Trauma, Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue: How to Support Yourself and Students

Trauma is a heavy subject that is often associated with extreme cases; But even before the pandemic, rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide were on the rise among adolescents. Adding a time of prolonged stress and isolation can challenge the mental health of even those with the best coping skills.

In this OnDemand webinar, learn more about the differences between trauma, burnout, and compassion fatigue, and how to find ways to balance the adverse impact of stress and trauma so that you can teach in ways in which students can learn.

This is a previously recorded webinar from October 14, 2020.

Our OnDemand webinars are not eligible for attendance certificates or CEUs.

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In this webinar, SEL Learning Designer, Jen Perry, discusses what you need to know to understand trauma.

You will learn:

  • The different types of trauma, signs, and the impact of it on children
  • What Adverse Childhood Experiences are and how they relate to trauma
  • The differences between trauma, burnout, and compassion fatigue and how to tell if you are experiencing any of these
  • New tools and trauma-informed practices you can use to support yourself and your students


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