Compassion Fatigue: Preventing Burnout and Managing Stress - Event Details
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Compassion Fatigue: Preventing Burnout and Managing Stress
Location: Student Services Building, Room W-201
Dr. Preston-Pita is the Executive Director of the Big Island
Substance Abuse Council and a licensed Clinical Psychologist as
well as Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. She has worked
extensively in rural health care and with various coalitions
including suicide prevention and intervention, drug-free
coalition, and a homelessness project.
- The signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue
- Stress management skills
- Preventative measures
- To develop and personal resilience plan
This event is sponsored by the Chancellor's Professional
Development Committee, UH Hilo Suicide Prevention Committee,
Counseling Services, and Minority Access and Achievement Program
(MAAP). Download a flyer at go.hawaii.edu/j7j
For more information or for disabilty accomodations, contact
Counseling Services at 932-7465 (V) email@example.com or
Disability Services 932-7002 (TTY)
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (808) 932-7465
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