This webinar will provide practical self-care strategies to reduce the likelihood of burnout and compassion fatigue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Psycho-education, mindfulness, and solution focused techniques will be provided to support individuals cope with social distancing, working from home, and managing day to day stressors.
Additionally, the webinar will discuss strategies that can be used at home or in the workplace during the pandemic.
This event is open to ALA Chicago members and Business Partners. Zoom login instructions will be included in your confirmation email.
Dr. Tara Powell
Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Tara Powell received her B.A. from University of Iowa, MSW and MPH from Tulane University in New Orleans and her PhD in Social Work from the University of Texas in Austin.Dr. Powell’s research and practice experience is in post-disaster behavioral-health working as both a school social worker and researcher in disaster affected communities throughout the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Powell has also led multiple research projects focused on post-trauma recovery and evidence-based interventions, obtained organizational funding for her research, and has co-authored numerous articles in peer reviewed journals and book chapters. She also specializes in curriculum development and co-created a school-based psycho-educational program to help children develop positive coping strategies in response to trauma and stress after a disaster. The program, Journey of Hope, is now being implemented throughout the United States in response to hurricanes Harvey and Maria and internationally.
Dr. Powell’s current research focuses on trauma recovery and resilience in children, youth and care providers. She is studying on the impact of the school-based curriculum in Moore, Oklahoma and has a concurrent research project examining the experiences of care providers who are providing services to children on the border.
CLM® Application Credit: 1 hour in the Application Management Category: Self-Management Skills
CLM® Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Communications & Organizational Management (CM)
CLM Category: Self-Management