Presented by Sandra A. López, LCSW, ACSW, DCSW
Over the last decade there has been growing attention to the topic of self-care within all of the helping professions and in the literature. Although helping can be rewarding, there is recognition that the role of professional helper can often be challenging due to the content of clients’ stories which may be traumatic. This highly interactive workshop will first, provide an in-depth examination of the latest research related to the impact of helping across a range of settings; second, identify the relationship and intersection between the practice of self-care and ethical practice; and third, engage participants in a meaningful exploration of self-care plans and effective self-care strategies to promote individual and organizational self-care.
$45 with 3 CEUs
$30 without CEUs
$5 Student Rate without CEUs
(space is limited)