Burnout, secondary trauma, compassion fatigue; vicarious traumatization; working w/ truama
1. Research suggests that recognizing potential changes in beliefs about self, others, and the world may have a preventative function regarding vicarious trauma Trippany, White Kress, & Wilcoxon, 2004). Explain how aware you feel you are about these beliefs and your personal reactions to vicarious trauma. 2. What do you do and/or what could you do to cope with burnout, secondary trauma, and compassion fatigue? 3. How do you and/or could you incorporate supervision in sustaining your personal and professional well-being? 4. Explain if and how this course has advanced your thinking about burnout, secondary/vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, personal and professional well-being, and working with client systems who have experienced trauma. References: Diaconescu, M. (2015). Burnout, secondary trauma and compassion fatigue in social work. Social Work Review / Revista De Asistenta Sociala, 14(3), 57-63. Harrison, R. L., & Westwood, M. J. (2009). Preventing vicarious traumatization of mental health therapists: Identifying protective practices. Psychotherapy, 46(2), 203-219. Trippany, R. L., White Kress, V. E., & Wilcoxon, S. A. (2004). Preventing vicarious trauma: What counselors should know when working with trauma survivors. Journal of Counseling & Development, 82(1), 31-37.