Caregiving can be powerful, satisfying work, but people who work in the fields of health care, education, social work, pastoral care and emergency services face a unique occupational hazard – compassion fatigue – often called “the cost of caring.”
If caregivers do not practice regular self-care, this can lead to compassion fatigue — a deeply painful state of physical, emotional, and spiritual exhaustion.
But there is hope!
Compassion Fatigue Toronto offers workshops to help caregivers create a practical and effective self-care plan to improve their physical, emotional and spiritual health.
To find out more or to sign up for a workshop, please visit http://bit.ly/CompassionFatigueToronto or call 416-654-2302.