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Compassion Fatigue Resilience:
Taking Care of Yourself While Caring About Others

Kerry A. Schwanz, PhD

1 CE ~ Wednesday, January 12, 2:00–3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

NHPA Members receive $10 off registration with the code NHPA10


Dr. Schwanz will teach participants about compassion fatigue (CF), including signs and symptoms as well as risk factors. She will describe compassion satisfaction and self-care as important tools for preventing CF and for mitigating its negative effects. Dr. Schwanz will identify skills and practices for building compassion fatigue resilience (CFR) and will present a preview of a proposed online intervention for CFR called “ME FIRST.”


Kerry A. Schwanz, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at Coastal Carolina University. Before joining CCU, Dr. Schwanz worked as a school psychologist in South Carolina. She earned a PhD in 2001 from the University of Georgia. Her research interests are compassion fatigue, self-care, and compassion fatigue prevention and resilience. Along with a colleague, Dr. Schwanz is currently developing the Self-Care Behavior and Beliefs Scale (SCBBS) and an online intervention for compassion fatigue resilience called “ME FIRST.” .

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