Workplace Well-being

The well-being

of your workforce

matters

Keep your team engaged and connected

We help organizations support the mental health of their staff.

A stronger, healthier workforce begins with a workplace actively and genuinely dedicated to the well-being of staff. Investing in mental health through education, systemic change, and trauma-informed care principles creates positive impact on organizations, teams, customer care, and service delivery.

Workplaces We Serve

Healthcare Workers
Crisis Responders
Veterinary & Shelter Medicine
Social Service Organizations
Humanitarian Work
Advocacy Organizations
Government
Certified B Corporations

Offerings

We help workplaces stay well by offering a combination of trainings, workshops, and ongoing mental heatlh support based on your unique needs.

Trauma-informed care       Mental health 101      Compassion fatigue
Vicarious trauma        Intersectionality & Equity       Burnout
Mental health & social justice reform      Understanding stress responses        Emotional regulation       Communication and de-escalation      Stress & self-care      Growing Resiliency

Wellness Workshops

Up to 2-hours during a business day that combines an educational presentation around a particular topic with time for group questions and/or private consultation. 

3-part Series

Includes an organizational assessment, 3 gatherings to do a deep dive into a particular theme, and follow-up debrief with recommendations & resources. 

Session Packages

A variety of set-ups that are designed as a personalized EAP for an organization’s employees. 

Workers Experiencing Compassion Fatigue Have Unique Needs

Compassion fatigue is the cost that caring, dedicated, passionate helpers may experience from long-term exposure in responding to the trauma and suffering of others. It is not the result of doing something wrong, having a weakness, or being unprepared.

Compassion fatigue happens because we’re human and impacted by what it takes to be present to the wounds and healing in our world. Compassion fatigue deserves care, not critique. That’s the beginning of how we recover and grow.

Compassion fatigue can be treated, and the most common response to treatment is recovery and resilience.

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“The expectation that we can be immersed in suffering and loss daily and not be touched by it is as unrealistic as expecting to be able to walk through water and not get wet.”

~ Rachel Naomi Remen

 

We Specialize in Addressing Compassion Fatigue for:

Veterinary and Shelter Medicine

Frontline Healthcare Workers

Advocacy Organizations

Government

 

 

 

Veterinary & Shelter Medicine

The need for animal welfare, advocacy, and care continues to exceed industry capacities. These demands create unique circumstances that are often misunderstood and under-resourced by traditional supports, leaving the profession with one of the highest self-harm rates among healthcare workers. We support hospitals, clinics, and shelters in introducing initiatives that address signs of compassion fatigue to help them carry on the important mission they have to our pets and in resourcing the people connected to those pets.

Frontline Healthcare Workers

The impact of the pandemic is ongoing, and much of it has fallen on the shoulders of healthcare workers. Time and time again, providers and staff have leaned in and shown up to those in need of care. The exhaustion, vicarious trauma, incessant risk, and chronic stress take a toll. We support healthcare workers, staff, and department teams in a variety of settings on their journey of building back restorative rhythms and systems for wellbeing.

Nonprofit Organizations

Humanitarian aid and advocacy is a lifeline in our communities. The connections, conversations, and considerations we exchange together matter to who we are and the world we create. This is a field that is often under-resourced and under excessive pressure, yet courageously moves into areas of suffering with great intention and care. The threat of burnout is thriving and costly. We support organizations develop trauma-informed practices, debrief crisis events, and train volunteers and staff in support of their sacrifice and passion to help others.

Ready to Partner?

Take the Quiz!

If you answer yes to the questions below, get in touch with us!

  • Does your team experience an impact from the mental and emotional labor involved in their work?
  • Is there a need for awareness, education, and further conversation about genuine, sustaining wellness?
  • Do you have a budget to invest in employee mental health and well-being?
  • Is leadership actively supportive of the investment and process to take action in furthering a culture of workplace well-being?