POSTPONED: THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE RESCHEDULED TO THE SPRING OF 2017. PLEASE CHECK THE CALENDAR FOR THE DATE AND LOCATION.
REGISTRATION FEES FOR THE OCTOBER 19, 2016, SESSION WILL BE REFUNDED BY 10/14/16.
Lab animal research workers are at high risk for compassion fatigue due to the fact that those that care for the animals and their well-being ultimately having to euthanize them.
While compassion fatigue is a normal consequence of caring, we can learn ways to become more resilient and avoid becoming overwhelmed, shutdown or leaving the work altogether.
Julie Squires is a Compassion Fatigue Specialist who brings a unique perspective and approach to support the sustained energy and passion of caregivers – various types of professionals exposed to highly stressful and traumatic environments.
MSMR members – $95
Non-members – $195
Go to the event website for more information and to register.