Compassion Fatigue & Trauma-Informed Webinar Series

DECEMBER 10 & 15, 2020

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The on-going COVID-19 pandemic has taken an immense toll on school-based health centers and entire school communities, which includes behavioral health provider organizations, educators, staff, students and families.

While clinicians and staff are particularly at risk for compassion fatigue, they are also in a unique position to enhance resilience among themselves and within their school communities during the pandemic by using trauma-informed care approaches.

Join the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions in partnership with the School-based Health Alliance and the Weitzman Institute, for a two-part webinar series exploring trauma-informed care concepts and strategies first for providers and professionals, then among students and families within school communities.

Webinar 1: Compassion Fatigue and Resilience: Strategies for School-based Health Center Providers 

Thursday, December 10 • 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (Central)

The first webinar in this series will provide an overview of the impact of trauma on individuals within school communities and explore the concept of compassion fatigue and strategies for building resilience among behavioral health providers and staff in school community settings.


Webinar 2: Tips and Tools for Leveraging Trauma-informed Care Techniques to Reduce Stress for Students, Teachers and Providers 

Tuesday, December 15 • 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (Central)

The second webinar in this series will explore trauma-informed care techniques that behavioral health provider organizations, school staff and caregivers can use to improve care provided to students and address traumatic stress occurring during the on-going pandemic.