Professional Quality of Life: Tools (Elements, Theory, and Measurement) for assessing and addressing Compassion Satisfaction and Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Vicarious Traumatization, and Vicarious…
Join Rebecca Bryan, DNP, for this 6.5-minute video on the practice of releasing what troubles you to help be present and focused in the moment.
Teleconferences appropriate for a wide range of healthcare professionals provided through Rachel Remen's RISHI.
RISHI’s mission is to contribute to healing the culture of health care through innovative educational programs and the…
The Sanctuary Model is an orgazational change model based on recognition that trauma is pervasive in the experience of human beings, not only on the people who seek treatment, but equally on the people and systems who provide that…
Secondary Traumatic Stress Consortium
The STS Consortium is a group of researchers, trainers, practitioners and advocates with a common goal to advance the field of secondary traumatic stress towards health. The mission of this group is to promote and support organizational…
Self-Assessment of Culture in Regard to Privilege: Hot Spots, Hidden Spots, and Soft Spots
Self-Assessment of Culture in Regard to Privilege: Hot Spots, Hidden Spots, and Soft Spots offers a 1-page tool with guidance on rating yourself or your organization to identify: Hot Spots, Hidden Spots, and Soft spots around areas…
Self-care in Social Work: A Guide for Practitioners, Supervisors, and Administrators (book)
A guide to promote effective self-care tailored to the needs of social workers, including both individual and organizational approaches.
Calm your anxiety. Learn daily self-care skills, personalized to you.
Sidney Kimmel Medical College - curriculum
At SKMC, our innovative curriculum prepares future doctors to learn actively and think critically as they develop core professional competencies to prepare them to make positive, impactful changes on healthcare.
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Your emotions change. That's why MyLife offers a personalized mindfulness solution tailored to how you’re feeling right now
An organization, trauma-informed group model to address secondary traumatic stress. Each session includes assessment, a learning collaborative, processing and skill based component. This model is ongoing and embedded within the…
At TEND we offer resources and training to address the complex needs of high stress, trauma-exposed workplaces.
Thanks!: How Practicing Gratitute Can Make You Happier
Robert Emmons examines what it means to think and feel gratefully in Thanks! and invites readers to learn how to put this powerful emotion into practice.
Article that describes the need for medical providers to normalize expressing their feelings after the passing of a patient.
The Healer's Art Course
The Healer’s Art is an innovative discovery model course in values clarification and professionalism for first- and second-year medical students now offered annually at 90+ U.S. medical schools as well as medical schools around the world.…
Encouraging medical providers to pause for a minute after a patient dies to acknowledge the loss of a life.
The Schwartz Center Rounds
The Schwartz Rounds program, now taking place in hundreds of organizational members in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia and New Zealand offers healthcare providers a regularly scheduled time during their fast-paced work lives to…
The Secondary Traumatic Stress Informed Organization Assessment Tool (STSI-OA)
The STSI-OA is an assessment tool that can be used by organizational representatives at any level to evaluate the degree to which their organization is STS-informed and able to respond to the impact of secondary traumatic stress in the…
The TIMBo Collective
The TIMBo method provides a science based, body centered framework for reversing long term traumatic stress in vulnerable populations of women, and the systems of care who serve them.
The Vicarious Trauma Toolkit
A compendium of resources around Vicarious Trauma created by the Office for Victims of Crime