*NASW Approved for 3 CEs*

Self-care isn't just a good idea, it's an ethical responsibility. Helping professionals are at a high risk for burnout and professional impairment. Helping professionals often feel guilty about practicing self-care because they are consumed with caring for others. As a professional, you’ve spent countless hours obtaining education to assist clients, yet little attention is often given to educating those in the helping professions on the effects of professional impairment, how to identify it, and the importance of self-care. 


If you’re in the business of helping others and want to learn more about burnout, secondary traumatic stress/ vicarious trauma, or compassion fatigue this is the course for you.


Course Objectives:

  1. Define the role of ethics in behavioral healthcare.
  2. Describe the signs of burnout.
  3. Review the negative effects of professional impairment & how it relates to ethical infractions.
  4. Discuss the role of self-care as an ethical imperative.
  5. Explore practical self-care strategies to build professional resilience.

"This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886738581-2749) for 3 continuing education contact hours."

If you practice or reside in the following states, please contact your licensing board and/or local NASW Chapter to ensure that this course will count towards your licensing requirements before purchasing this course: (NY, MI, ID,OR,WV,NJ)