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HRCA Annual Winter CEU Event!
Compassion Fatigue: Prevention, Intervention and Recovery-An Ethical Imperative
Presented By: Elizabeth O’Neill Hunter, NCC, LPC-S, PhD, CCATP
This presentation qualifies for 2.5 NBCC CE Hours
Compassion fatigue is often seen as one of the costs of caring for those in emotional distress. Compassion fatigue can include a gradual decrease of compassion, or of a willingness to care for clients, and can even result in a display of client symptoms. This session provides education about compassion fatigue, what it is, what contributes to it, and what mitigates it. The session also includes personalized strategies to prevent or intervene in the event that a clinician may already be struggling with symptoms of compassion fatigue.
Participants will learn what compassion fatigue is & how to identify & differentiate the types of compassion fatigue.
Participants will learn the ethical implications of compassion fatigue.
Participants will learn about Intervention & Prevention strategies to address compassion fatigue.
Participants will formulate personalized & prescriptive Compassion Fatigue Prevention/Intervention Plans.
Participants will be informed of assessment options available to clinicians to quantify their experiences/those of their students/supervisees, colleagues etc.
Welcome/introductions/housekeeping: 9:30 am – 9:45 am
Presentation: 9:45 am – 11:00 am
Break: 11:00 am – 11:15 am
Presentation: 11:15 am – 12:15 pm
Q & A: 12:15 pm – 12:30 pm
HRCA Members – $25
Non-Members – $35
Elizabeth O. Hunter holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision, is a Nationally Certified Counselor, board approved clinical supervisor, and Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She also holds the Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Provider (CCATP) Credential. Currently Dr. Hunter provides clinical supervision services to community mental health counseling residents and counselors in training within the non-profit sector, and across the Hampton Roads community. Dr. Hunter has been teaching in CACREP-accredited Community Mental Health Counseling programs since 2018 at the masters and doctoral level. Currently Dr. Hunter is a contributing faculty member within the Walden University Community Mental Health Counseling program. Dr. Hunter’s current research interests include vicarious trauma prevention, intervention, recovery, and education, as well as wellness based and trauma informed clinical supervision. She has published in professional journals and presented at community and state conferences and workshops. Much of Dr. Hunter’s clinical experience has taken place been serving those who have experienced interpersonal violence.
Cancellation Policy: To receive a full refund, minus a $10 administrative fee, registrants must cancel at least 2 days prior to the start of the workshop. Cancellations and/or no shows with less than a 2 day notice will be reviewed after all expenses have been paid, a determination will be made regarding the ability to honor the request minus cost of guaranteed meals/special event fees. An administrative fee of $10.00 will be assessed for any refund with less than a 2 day notice. Submit cancellations/refund requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Virginia Counselors Association (VCA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2047. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. VCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
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VCA ANNUAL CONVENTION
Come join the Virginia Counselors Association for our 2023 Annual Convention, at the Omni Homestead Resort & Spa, November 9-11, 2023! Get ready for 3 fun-filled, informative, and restorative days!
In addition to networking with colleagues and getting some excellent continuing education, we have many fun activities planned! There will be the VCA Marketplace to do a little shopping, and the Homestead offers a wealth of amenities and activities to refresh and renew your mind, body, and spirit. All attendees will receive a 20% discount to the Homestead Spa.
VCA Members are encouraged to grab some friends and colleagues and encourage them to attend. Rates are reduced for VCA Members! VCA Member early discounted registration deadline is September 29. Be sure to reserve your hotel room by October 21 (or until room block is full) to ensure you receive the $120 + tax group hotel rate. (You must register for the convention to receive hotel reservation information.)
There will be at least 17 hours of NBCC-approved CE hours available to assist you in fulfilling licensure renewal requirements.
Visit these quick links for more information.
Register ON-LINE Register by September 29 and Save $$$ (Must login for discount)
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Thursday Keynote Speaker Jeannette Walls
Printable Registration Form Traditional hard copy form (PDF)
Convention attendees receive 10% Spa discount (not on packages) and 20% off activities (excludes golf, spa and falconry)
Questions? Contact the VCA Executive Director, Vicky Wheeler, at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 757-766-5466