One of my areas of concentration is Compassion Fatigue. We are in unprecedented times, and we are reaching levels of caregiver burnout we have never seen before. Whether you are a first responder, nurse, PSW, the parent of a special needs child, the partner of someone struggling with Alzheimer’s, and many more, you need to take care of yourselves first, so that you can take care of others. It is common in the caregiving niche to put everyone else’s needs before your own.
In working together, we will address your strengths, deficits, and create a comprehensive plan that includes you and your needs, skills to cope with the stress you are experiencing, and you will have a safe, and confidential opportunity to let it all out. Many of you have been holding your breath for too long. You now can share your hardships in a safe, confidential, and warm environment.
Much of what you have experienced, and/or witnessed, can be very traumatic. You are just as important as work, or those you care for, and it’s critical that you are heard, and supported as well. You will walk away from each session with a new skill you can use to work through the many stresses you are facing each and every day.
If you are financially at the mercy of work and have little to no other options than to keep pushing through, this Compassion Fatigue Package is for you. We have an obligation in our fields, and with our loved ones to keep their safety and well being as a priority. This can be impossible when we aren’t meeting our own basic needs on a regular basis. If you are working around mental health, you will know just how important it is to key into our own body language, tone, and overall energy towards the client – this is again, a near impossible challenge when underneath we are just hanging on by a thread.
You deserve to be supported. You deserve to do something to put you first. You are worth the time and effort to heal and work through your trauma, pain, and challenges.
You will walk away from each session with a new skill you can use to cope with everything you have going on. You are just as important as work, or those you care for, and it’s critical that you are heard, and supported as well.