“Building Resilience and Preventing Compassion Fatigue”
Cameron Brown, Ph.D.
Friday, March 23, 2018 (1p.m. – 4p.m.)
Cameron Brown is the retired chaplain/behavioral health coordinator at Ft. Worth Fire Department. Cameron has 38 years of experience in the Fire Service. She was a firefighter in the United States Air Force and worked for the Fort Worth Fire Department for 34 years. During that time, she wrote a curriculum for fire departments to use to develop a Fire Families Support Program. In her time, Cameron has facilitated critical incident stress debriefings with doctors and staff. She is a compassion fatigue educator and a workplace violence task force member. Cameron currently works at Cook Children’s Medical Center as their Staff Care Chaplain and Educator. She is an adjunct professor at Texas Christian University and is an instructor for the Federation of Fire Chaplains. Participants will explore three steps that encourage resilience: awareness, assessment, and planning that promote a better work life balance.
- Raise the awareness of compassion fatigue
- Outline the steps for prevention
- How to treat compassion fatigue
The fee for this 3-hour CEU seminar is $50 for non-MHA members, $40 for MHA members and $20 for students. Registration deadline (online/by mail) must be received by March 23, 2018
MHA is an approved provider of continuing education in Texas for LPC with approval #1099, Social Workers #5467, and LMFT #419.
For additional information, please contact Barbara Jordan at 817-569-5779 Barbara.Jordan@mhmrtc.org