Compassion Fatigue

You must give yourself the same compassion and kindness you so readily give to others.

Anyone in a caregiving position can be vulnerable to compassion fatigue. That said, our work is geared specifically towards veterinary professionals. Even the best in the field can find themselves struggling when their lives go out of balance.

The irony is that this same quality is what allows such caring individuals to be highly effective veterinary team members to begin with (the ability to empathize and have compassion for those who suffer). Through our guidance you will be able to find yourself again.

COMPASSION FATIGUE SERVICES:

Lectures
Workshops
Support Groups
Phone Sessions
Video-conferencing
Private Individual Consults
Compassion Fatigue Education

Read about Compassion Fatigue

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Professional Quality of Life Scale
Compassion Fatigue Self-assessment

ProQOL.org

Not One More Vet
https://www.nomv.org/
https://www.facebook.com/nomvmoderator/

International Association of Trauma Professionals
https://www.traumapro.net/
800.990.2629

The Grief Recovery Institute
https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/
800.334.7606

Association of Death Education and Counseling
https://www.adec.org/
612.337.1808

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Online Chat
800.273.8255