Have you ever wondered what it would be like to provide your caregivers with the tools to help address compassion fatigue?

Compassion fatigue, also known as the “cost of caring for others”, has reached epidemic levels.

Chronic physical and emotional exhaustion, reduced feelings of empathy, insomnia, feelings of anxiety and irritability, poor work-life balance and a diminished sense of fulfillment underscore the urgency to provide caregivers with the tools to help with compassion fatigue. 

Watch below as Dr. Laurel Geise, MBA, D.Min., Co-Founder of Mindful Caring, discuses the latest research and newest approaches for helping caregivers overcome the secondary traumatic stress of compassion fatigue.