For information about how to use this resource and how to create a resilience plan, refer to the Compassion Fatigue Resilience Guide, including the Resilience Plan Worksheet at the end of that guide. Review Step Four, Managing Compassion Fatigue: Creating a Resilience Plan for guidance on how to create and implement the plan.
There are more than 80 strategies in this resource and they are organized into two primary areas followed by two secondary categories: 1) Strategies designed to be protective and preventive of job burnout and compassion fatigue, 2) Strategies to revitalize by interrupting and resetting the stress response, 3) Strategies for Developing a Stress Management Program Outside of Work, and 4) Strategies the School or Organization Can Contribute to Promote Resilience and Revitalization.
Compassion Fatigue: Educator and Clinician Resilience Guide (primary)
Compassion Fatigue and Resilience With Staff in Therapeutic Program
Signs and Symptoms of Compassion Fatigue
Risk Factors for Compassion Fatigue
Minimizing Compassion Fatigue
Signs of Work Engagement and Compassion Satisfaction