healing

"Different" Ways to Help Hurting Students

Posted by Linda Duran on March 7, 2017 in healing category

As professionals who work with students we tend to think we have to do “special” or “big” things to help them if they are hurting from grief or trauma or even just the normal difficulties of life.

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Self-Care & Creativity in the Trauma-Informed Workplace

Self-care in relationship to trauma work is an essential practice for professionals in this helping field. Without attention and connection to our own self-care, the demanding toll of aiding and supporting others in pain and distress can often leave us vulnerable to compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and burnout. In relationship to this necessity for provider self-care, this post will focus on considerations about one’s workplace environment and the role creativity can have as a trauma-informed practice.

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