Refilling Your Cup
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. (PM Session)
Presenters: Chelsey Getz / Julie Griffith
Cost $45.00 / 3 CEUs for
Counselors and Social Workers
Helping professionals give from their cup everyday as they offer compassion, empathy and support to others. Sometimes, it can feel like their cup is empty due to stress, exhaustion and heavy workloads.
Professionals can experience physical, emotional and psychological effects from the direct and/or indirect exposure to traumatic stories or events when working in a helping capacity. Unaddressed, this exposure can compromise the health of the individual and the quality of care within the organization. This session will provide staff with tools, insights and strategies to increase individual resilience and enhance the wellbeing of their organization.
Utilizing the social work code of ethics as a framework: understand the impact of compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue on individual and organizational health.
Recognize and difference between moral distress, burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and vicarious trauma.
Learn additional strategies to prevent compassion fatigue by building resilience with self, co-workers, and organization.
About the Presenters:
Chelsey Getz – Chelsey is a Licensed Social Worker and serves as a Training Coordinator with The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) in the Training and Advocacy Department. With over 8 years of experience working and volunteering with domestic violence agencies in Ohio, Chelsey incorporates her work with survivors to provide engaging and interactive presentations. She currently serves on the leadership committee of the Columbus CARE Coalition, an initiative to build a trauma responsive community. Additionally, Chelsey is certified in Trauma Responsive Care- Level II through the Tri-State Trauma Network. Collaborating with community partners at a local, state, and national level, Chelsey has utilized her knowledge on the effects of trauma and passion for building resilience through meaningful connection, to help break the cycle of family violence.
Julie Griffith – Julie Griffith is a Training Coordinator with The Center for Family Safety and Healing. She currently partners with businesses, healthcare institutions and government and non-profit organizations in central Ohio to provide education to employees and community members around the topic of family violence. Her areas of focus include Healthcare Screening for Family Violence, Domestic Violence in the Workplace, Child Abuse and Childhood Exposure to Domestic Violence, and Teen Dating Abuse. In addition, she is certified in Trauma-Responsive Care through the Tri-State Trauma Network, a certified trainer of the Safe Dates program through the Hazelden Foundation as well as an authorized facilitator of Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children.
SAVE $10 by taking both Resilience: Biology of Stress & Science of Hope & this class in the same day!