Presented by Erin Royal, M.S.
As mental health professionals, we often neglect our own self-care, leading to empathy fatigue. The goal of this workshop is to establish an effective self-care practice grounded in the science of mindfulness and philosophy of yoga. Utilizing knowledge of the polyvagal theory, we will discuss the benefits of mindfulness for establishing therapeutic rapport, as well as therapist vulnerability to secondary trauma. Participants should consider having a yoga mat, dressing comfortably, and having space to engage in a gentle yoga practice that is accommodating for all levels.
Based on the content of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
About the presenter:
Erin Royal, M.S.
Erin Royal, M.S. is a Licensed Psychological Practitioner and Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher. She has practiced clinical psychology since 2003 in a variety of settings. Having recently taken ownership of a local yoga studio, she continues to teach yoga classes and see clients for private psychotherapy. Her sessions always incorporate mindfulness and she continues to work on developing her own practice outside of her work.
|Member registration rate:||$100.00|
|Non-member registration rate:||$150.00|
|Student registration rate:||$35.00|
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
|Quantity||Price per voucher|
|Utilizing yoga and mindfulness to combat empathy fatigue||03:00:00|
|Lesson: Utilizing Yoga and Mindfulness to Combat Empathy Fatigue||03:00:00|
|Quiz: Utilizing Yoga and Mindfulness to Combat Empathy Fatigue|