Healthcare and Other Helping Professionals

As a helping professional, you experience both compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue from caring for others.  Research is showing that being compassionate increases your well-being and self-care strategies are the central intervention for reducing and preventing compassion fatigue and burnout.  This evidence-based assessment measures your life satisfaction, compassion satisfaction, compassion fatigue, burnout risk and provides custom feedback from which you can take direct action to improve your self-care and well-being.  Click the below button to begin.

 

 

 

Family Caregivers

As a family caregiver, you are often so concerned with caring for your loved one's needs that you may lose sight of your own health and well-being.  Please take just a few minutes for YOU.  This evidence-based assessment measures your compassion satisfaction, burnout risk and provides custom feedback from which you can take direct action to improve your self-care and well-being.  Click the below button to begin.

If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.
— Jack Kornfield

Grieving Caregivers

As you grieve the loss of your loved one, you may forget to take care of yourself. Please take just a few minutes for YOU.  This evidence-based assessment measures the impact of your grief and provides custom feedback from which you can take direct action to improve your self-care.  Click the below button to begin.