Is it burnout...or is it PTSD?
When the Healer Needs Healing Too takes a look at how our own trauma can affect ourselves and our work.
1. Participants will evaluate how their own trauma experiences may have impacted their personal relational style and self-coping methods. They will identify how that may impact, for better or for worse, how they relate to clients.
2. They will be able to design an individualized plan for positively modifying their style of care and will develop personal goals for self-care and stress reduction.
3. Participants will be able to describe a primary paradigm shift in provider empathy and perspective taking that can reduce the stress in their practice.
This course has been approved by MEAC for 3 hours of continuing education. The approval number for this course is M1819-19-1225DE , and this approval is current through February 1, 2021.
- Video 1.1: Introduction
- Video 1.2: Learning Objectives and How To Use the Worksheets
- Article: The Challenging Dynamics of Survivor Caregivers
- Study Abstract: The prevalence of childhood adversity among healthcare workers and its relationship to adult life events, distress and impairment
- Article: When the Doctor Is a Survivor of Abuse
- Article: ACEs Implications for Nurses, Nursing Education, and Nursing Practice
- Video 2.1: Let's Start With A Story
- Video 2.2: What are we talking about here?
- Video 3.1: Gentle Reminders
- Video 3.2: Should we share?
- Video 4.1: Compensation Skills from Early Trauma
- Video 4.2: Dissociation
- Video 4.3: Compensation Skills of Later Trauma
- Video 5.1: Triggers
- Video 5.2 Hospitals
- Video 5.3: Maladaptive Coping Mechanisms
- Video 5.4: Reflection #1
- Activity: Reflection #1
- Video 6.1: Burnout vs PTSD
- 6.2 Working In High Volume/Low Resource Settings
- Video 6.3: French Study
- Video 6.4: Reflection #2
- Video 7.1: Centering on Your Calling
- Activity: Centering on Your Calling
- Video 7.2: The Path To Resiliency
- Video 7.3: Conclusion
- MEAC Post-Test and CE Certificate