The REMS TA Center offers a variety of Trainings by Request for delivery on-site at your school, school district, or institution of higher education. For each training, we will provide—free of charge—training materials, as well as one or more expert trainers and TA Center staff support for the event hosted at your site.Request a Live Training
Understanding Educator Resilience & Developing a Self-Care Plan
- Stephen P. Hydon, Ed.D., MSW, Clinical Professor, Field Education Chair, School Social Work Credential Program, University of Southern California, School of Social Work; and
- Bronwyn Roberts, Project Director, REMS TA Center.
Duration: 1 hour
|ProQOL: Professional Quality of Life Measure Explanation Handout|
|ProQOL: Professional Quality of Life Scale (Version 5)|
|Building a Self-Care Action Plan Handout|
|Resource List: Compassion Fatigue and Behavioral Health Websites|
On Monday, September 18, 2017, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET, the REMS TA Center and the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) hosted a Webinar to provide educators and others in the educational community with a better understanding of resilience strategies that can be used to increase their ability to work more effectively with students impacted by stress, loss, and trauma. This Webinar provided information on the concepts of resilience and compassion fatigue, and the impact of stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue on the education environment; how to identify signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue; and, included concrete steps for developing a professional self-care plan.
This 1 hour Webinar included a PowerPoint presentation. Following the presentation, the presenters answered participant questions in a Question and Answer session.