In remembrance of 9-11, that momentous day in American history, this workshop is specially dedicated to the front-line workers and first responders who shoulder so much weight and grief.
Essential workers have faced unprecedented challenges in 2020. These stresses keep us from connecting with others and living our lives. Long stressful hours, the inability to be with loved ones, struggling to provide the best care for patients, watching grieving families say goodbye remotely—all while being immersed in grief day in and day out personally and professionally.
Join Grief Workers Kevin Ringstaff and Jenny Dilts in creating a safe space to acknowledge and talk about this unique grief in the healthcare environment.
Facing Grief in the Healthcare Workplace- Compassion Fatigue is a 2-hour workshop where we can come together in an intimate, inclusive, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. Even if you are not in a healthcare profession, you are still welcome to join us
Topics covered include:
- Stressors of the healthcare environment and this time of pandemic
- Ways these stressors can contribute to burnout and how this affects us both individually and collectively
- Different perspectives of Grief and how it shows up for us personally and as a society
- Strategies for self-care and supporting others to lessen burnout in the future.
Registration is limited to 20 so we can create a small group setting to share our stories and learn from each other. If your organization would like to hold an internal workshop, reach out to us and we can arrange something for your team.