Compassion Fatigue and Strategies for Success – LEAP WorkshopHosted by: Office of Continuing Education
2020From: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Compassion fatigue is an occupational hazard in the veterinary profession that affects the physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing of the professional. This presentation will focus on developing an awareness of the challenges of compassion fatigue in those working in veterinary medicine, including the challenges of secondary traumatic stress and moral distress. To combat these challenges to wellbeing, we will discuss compassion satisfaction triggers, professional purpose, and healthy coping strategies.
This workshop offers 2 hours of LEAP CE (GVBM-2420) and will be offered live via ZOOM.
This workshop will not be recorded for on-demand viewing.
Phone Number: (706) 542-1451
Noelle Browning, LCSW
Noelle Browning is a social worker with the last six working in the human hospice and bereavement field. She received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Central Florida in 2011. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Georgia and Florida. The last two years she has worked exclusively with children and adult traumatic loss, bereavement, and pet loss. She has worked to develop programs with other not-for-profits in using equine therapy and art therapy to support those coping with grief and trauma. She has specialty training in trauma, grief, mediation, and facilitating groups. Currently, she is the Clinical Counselor for the University of Georgia’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital working with clients to provide support and resources. In this program, she assists with communication training for house officers and staff. She is the mother to two children and nine fur babies.
Registration will close on November 10th.