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FGCU Presents "Compassion Fatigue - Caring for the Caregiver" Workshop Related to Human Trafficking
11/12/2008

WHO FGCU Continuing Education and Off-Campus Programs and Center for Public and Social Policy, in partnership with Lee County Sheriff's Office, for the public

WHAT "Compassion Fatigue - Caring for the Caregiver," fourth session in a series of free continuing education programs offering practical guidelines for practitioners and the
general public seeking a more in-depth understanding of issues and actions related to human trafficking. Myrna Molinari, LMSW, Clinical Program Manager, The Salvation Army, is the presenter for this session.

WHEN 8 -8:30 a.m. registration and refreshments, presentation 8:30 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Nov. 20

WHERE Sugden Welcome Center

WHY Participants will learn to:
Identify and define compassion fatigue
Identify who is at risk of compassion fatigue
Describe the prominent symptoms of compassion fatigue
Identify their own symptoms of compassion fatigue
Describe the impact on professional functioning
Discuss prevention of and recovery from compassion fatigue
Develop outline for individual plan of action

COST Free and open to the public; 3.5 contact hours for social workers and mental health counselors. Certificate of attendance for all. Continental breakfast will be served. For
registration information, visit http://registerCE.fgcu.edu.

CONTACT FGCU Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs at (239) 590-1095

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