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Continuing Education

Managing Compassion Fatigue and Burnout

Date: 10:00am - 12:00pm PDT June 16 Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate School

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Working in service of others puts can put educators, practitioners, counselors, social workers, volunteers, and a myriad of other professions at risk for burnout.

Burnout can bring about reduced productivity, diminished engagement, and dampened energy and motivation, as well as anxiety, and depression. 

While burnout is considered an occupational hazard, few of us are trained on ways to self-guard ourselves and help prevent it. 

In this presentation, participants will learn how to recognize, accept, and take action to manage burnout. We’ll cover validated techniques of mindfulness, self-compassion, as well as common misconceptions of self-care. 

This workshop is part of the Portland United Against Hatetraining series and is free and open to the public. 

Accessibility Needs and Accommodations: This workshop location is wheelchair accessible. Please note any additional accessibility needs (including ASL interpretation or non-english language translation) you may have during your registration. We encourage registrants to make our office aware of any requests no later than two weeks before the workshop date. While we will make an effort to secure accommodations upon short notice, we cannot guarantee they will be available.  

Details & Registration

Date and Time: Saturday, June 16, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate School

Presenter: Evan Dumas, MA

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About the Presenter

Evan Dumas, MA works in that space between mental health counseling and standup comedy, providing lighthearted yet wholehearted trainings on burnout and compassion fatigue. Before becoming a counselor Evan witnessed burnout firsthand and vowed to make it his mission to reduce burnout for others. He uses humor, education, and compassion to help people cope with the modern realities of work. 

 

  • This project is supported by the City of Portland, Office of Neighborhood Involvement and Office of Management and Finance, Special Appropriations for Portland United Against Hate. The content is solely the responsibility of the grantee and does not necessarily represent the official views of the City of Portland.

 

 

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