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The Wounded Healer: Helping the Helper
Burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma are landmines in the field of addiction. Many of us struggle with work demands, familial expectations, not to mention the desire for a fulfilling personal life. Our supervisors repeat the mantra, "don't forget your self care!" But who has the energy to schedule a massage or even run a bubble bath after a stressful day? In order to thrive in this field, it's crucial we shine a light on what really matters when it comes to caring for ourselves and the barriers that get in the way of being our best selves. This experiential workshop will differentially define burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma; provide a deep understanding of self-compassion (and what gets in the way); and support participants in evaluating crucial components of their individual self-care plan to support the healthiest version of themselves.

Jan 15, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sarah Buino, LCSW, CADC, CDWF
Founder @Head/Heart Therapy, Inc.
Sarah Buino, LCSW, CADC, CDWF is the founder of Head/Heart Therapy, Inc. She is a licensed clinical social worker, certified addictions counselor and a Certified Daring Way facilitator. She holds a masters degree from Loyola University in Chicago and specializes in shame and substance use disorders. Sarah is also a member of adjunct faculty at Loyola University Chicago and Fordham University, Founding board member for the Women's Association of Addiction Treatment (WAAT) Chicago Chapter, and the host of a podcast called Conversations with a Wounded Healer. Sarah integrates her knowledge of complementary healing modalities such as music, yoga, reiki, and the chakra system into her clinical practice to help clients enhance their authenticity. From an early age, Sarah began to share the stage with her mother who was a professional singer. She sings in a local Chicago band and has utilized her musical skills in therapy interventions at various drug and alcohol treatment centers in the city