WEB110420 - How Wonder Woman Helped Batman With Compassion Fatigue *REPLAY*
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Learn self-care to combat compassion fatigue. Acquire an understanding of how to leave your work at work and have fun in natural, healthy ways. Increase both your self-awareness and your ability to recognize the warning signs of fatigue. Master meditation and breathing techniques that you can use to enhance your life and help others. This is life-changing and beneficial for all individuals working within the helping fields. This webinar is 2 - 3:30 ET (Eastern).

 Export to Your Calendar 11/4/2020
When: Wednesday, November 4, 2020
2:00 - 3:30 PM (ET)
Where: Online
United States
Contact: 614-848-5958

Online registration is available until: 11/3/2020
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Webinar Registration by November 3, 2020: Members $55; Nonmembers $85 - 1.5 Training Contact Hours.

This webinar is 2 - 3:30 ET (Eastern). *RECORDED REPLAY*

Over time, helping professionals can become fatigued as a result of the interactions with all the individuals that they assist.  These professionals can, in time, show symptoms of PTSD, fatigue, inability to have fun, disrupted sleep, and even depression.  This presentation will help you learn how to tune into your mind, body and spirit to enhance your well-being.  Discover self-care strategies, such as breathing techniques and relaxing exercises, that take only minutes to relieve stress.  You deserve it, as your health and wellness matter! 


Who Should Attend: All


Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the importance of a healthy state of mind, body, and spirit

2. Gain an understanding of empowerment for oneself and others 

3. Learn how to enhance your own life, as well as the lives of others


About the Presenter

Mary Beth Mulcahy specializes in addiction counseling and mental illness and has spent years volunteering as a sexual assault medical crisis counselor and advocate for LGBTQIA populations.

After years of providing crisis counseling and talk therapy, Mary Beth experienced fatigue from helping others.  She then incorporated meditation and energy work into her personal life, as well as her practice.

Mary Beth is an Adjunct Faculty at the College of DuPage, where she has taught since 2003, and is a Certified Addictions Drug Counselor and Co-Occurring & Mental Health Disorder Professional.


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