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Wednesday, September 9 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Burnout AF (And Frustrated): How to Restore Balance in Spite of Varying Work/Life Demands

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Working in the helping profession as an educator, administrator, clerk/secretary, or mental health professional, puts one at the forefront of dealing with high levels of stress and trauma in the workplace. The rise of violence in our schools and neighborhoods has people keenly aware of their surroundings. How do you manage to be present in all situations and still be able to function after your shift is over and you return home? After giving of yourself all throughout the day, do you take time to fill your cup? This workshop will allow participants to understand how workplace stress and trauma affects individuals. Participants will also learn how to identify symptoms of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma. Participants will also acquire skills, self-care strategies, to mitigate these symptoms.

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Judith Brannon, Phd (ABD), LMFT, PPS

Doctoral Candidate, Behavioral Health Therapist, Bakersfield City School District
Judith Brannon is from New York City. She is passionate about instilling hope and evoking positive change in others. She is currently serving as a Behavioral Health Therapist at the Bakersfield City School District, providing educationally related mental health services (ERMHS) to... Read More →

Wednesday September 9, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
  Educator & Staff Wellness
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