Attendees will be introduced the accumulating evidence on how “counselor burnout” impacts a counselor’s quality of life, job performance, and potentially compromises the counselor’s ability to uphold their ethical responsibility of demonstrating professional competence (Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors, Section D: Professional Responsibility, D.1.d; D.3.a; and Section A: The Counseling Relationship, A.4.a, A.4.b). Contributing factors to the stressors experienced by counselors will be highlighted and the benefits of various strategies to address those stressors will be presented.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify factors that contribute to “counselor burnout”;
- Understand how “counselor burnout” impacts physical and mental wellbeing;
- Understand how to recognize symptoms of “counselor burnout”; and
- Learn self-management strategies to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
Presenter: Denise Catalano, Ph.D., CRC
Recorded on 10/12/16. If you do not see the video below, you can view in YouTube: Why Maintaining Your Own Wellness is an Ethical Issue in Rehabilitation Counseling
This event is available for continuing education, CRC and LPC credit. In order for UNTWISE to provide verification of completion for 'On Demand' events, you must
- register for the event (below)
- watch the video
- complete a short assessment (link will be emailed after registration)
Payment: Purchase Order or payment by check or credit card must be received 7 days prior to start date. If you have any problems when trying to pay for the course, contact UNTWISE at (940) 565-4000 for further assistance.
Registration Deadline: Registration will be closed 7 days prior to training commencement.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made 2 weeks prior to training to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided if cancellation is made within 2 weeks of training. Please fax cancellation to (940) 565-3960 or email UNTWISE@unt.edu.