Managing Stress, Burnout and Compassion Fatigue Duration: 16 hrs
- 650 US dollars$650
- Adobe Connect Session
About This Seminar Has anyone every told you to “just take a deep breath?” Although a certain amount of job stress is to be expected, stress in the workplace can be costly. Stress affects not just individual well-being but also organizational performance. The amount of stress you experience within a specific time period and the way you respond physically and emotionally determine whether stress eventually becomes harmful. When stress is not managed well and is left untreated, it can present itself in physical symptoms, such as headaches, gastritis, colitis, hypertension, and in extreme cases stroke. Burnout is another common response to stress, as well as cynicism and a detached attitude towards work. Compassion fatigue arises as emotional exhaustion builds and results in a breakdown in relationships, confidence, and work capacity. Stress not only affects team members at work but can also affect their personal life and relationships with family and friends. Finding a balance in all aspects of life better prepares us to meet our every-day challenges.
Cancellations and Transfers Student substitutions are permitted at any time up to the start of the class. Fourteen (14) days or more prior to the start of the class – No charges will be incurred for cancelling or transfer of class registration. Thirteen (13) days or fewer prior to the start of the class – The full tuition is due. There is no credit available to transfer or refund. If rescheduling, an additional payment in the amount of the new registration will also be due. Student No Show If a student fails to attend class, the full tuition is due and there is no credit available to transfer or refund. Refunds and Credits Refunds are made upon request only for registrations cancelled fourteen (14) calendar days, or more, prior to the class start date. Credits granted can be used for any future class.