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Burnout and Vicarious Trauma Training for workers

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The Impact Centre

19 Chetwynd Rd

Erina, NSW 2251

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Vicarious Trauma training for workers responding to crisis and trauma

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Vicarious Trauma (sometimes also called Compassion Fatigue), describes the phenomena generally associated with the "cost of caring for others".

Vicarious trauma is the emotional residue of exposure that 'helpers' have from working with people as they are hearing their trauma stories and become witnesses to the pain, fear and terror that trauma survivors have endured.

There are many signs and symptoms to be aware of and many simple remedies to adapt in order to minimise the impact of your profession.

Designed for school teachers, frontline workers, medical and response staff, counsellors and other professionals.

This half day training will equip you to:

  • Understand stress, burnout and
  • vicarious trauma,
  • Recognise the signs,
  • Implement strategies to address both burnout and vicarious trauma

About Naomi

As a Clinical Psychotherapist and Mental Health Educator, Naomi has had over 8,000 with individual clients and 4,000 hours training and educating people in suicide, mental health and family violence, amongst adults, children and adolescents.

Naomi has worked across Australia in mental health awareness and education for over ten years. She has worked both independently and alongside Lifeline Australia to deliver their Life Skills programs for the past five years. Her dedication to the mental health arena has taken her into Government and community organisations, high schools and the corporate sector. She has educated in excess of 40,000 people on topics such as anxiety, depression, suicide, self-care, counselling skills, domestic and family violence and vicarious trauma.

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