ENRICHING THE LIVES OF CAREGIVERS
Our purpose is to develop highly compassionate, skilled caregivers with a deep understanding of the needs of those in marginalized communities.
We serve professional and personal caregivers through engaging training courses and self-care events.
Training focuses on topics including cultural sensitivity and techniques to avoid compassion fatigue.
Tara Rynders, MFA, BSN, BA, RN-BC
Join nurse, dancer, and creative caregiver Tara Rynders, MFA, BSN, BA, RN-BC as she guides you through an interactive, multimedia experience of the art and science of caring for others and yourself. As a truth-teller and disrupter, Rynders embraces vulnerability, confession, grief and failure as means to end burnout and racism at the bedside, which acutely impacts those we care for. Drawing from her experience creating theatrical performances in hospital settings and intimate arts and play-based workshops for nurses, Rynders harnesses her passion for nursing and the arts to collectively honor our shared humanity by creating a culture of caregiving nested in curiosity, creativity, and joy. This presentation is an immersive invitation to care for oneself through truth-telling, self-compassion, creative expression, and ultimately, the freedom to celebrate pleasure.
Compassion Fatigue Symposium
Intensive Care: Holding Fatigue, Grief, and Joy Through the Arts
This symposium was held live on April 23, 2021.
The recording is available, offering 6 CEUs (3 Ethics).
6 AVAILABLE CEUS (3 ETHICS)
Social Work (Texas Only)
Nursing (All States except California and Iowa)
LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor (National)
CSA (Certified Senior Advisors) (National)
ACM (American Case Management Association (National)
CCM (Commission for Case Management Certification (National)
LCDC (Chemical Dependency Counselor) (National)
Certificate of Completion
PLEASE NOTE: This symposium was held live on April 23, 2021. The recording is available for one full year, offering 6 CEUs (3 Ethics). To register, press 'Tickets' below and add a ticket to your cart, the date that you choose does not matter, the Compassion Fatigue Virtual Platform is available to you until April 2023.
Whether you are joining us for the first time, or are returning to the platform to revisit the training or resources, welcome! We hope you enjoy this interactive, creative day of healing.
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There are many ways you can give of your time to offer compassionate services to our community and provide caregiver relief. Contact us to learn more!
EDUCARE is a non-profit, 501c3 organization depending on the generosity of our donors. Their kindness helps us to continue developing programs such as the Compassion Fatigue Symposium, Bridge Building Network and Educational Training Modules for Caregivers.
If you are interested in making a contribution, please email our Executive Director, Sharyn Fein for more information or click on the donate button below: