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Faculty Development Session

Vicarious Trauma in Diverse Health Care Providers: How to Promote Resilience

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Thursday, February 2, 2023
12-1pm MST | 1-2 pm CST
Join via Zoom

Repeated exposure to patients' adverse experience details can highten negative effects of vicarious trauma in health care providers. There is a growing need to provide therapeutic care for our clinical staff and faculty in all health science specialties.

Join us virtually as we explore the following:

  • Discuss differences between burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma.
  • Health care providers experiencing trauma, not just normal stages of burnout.
  • Identify signs and practical solutions that account for diverse backgrounds.
  • Options and referrals that go beyond the common treatments for career stress.

Speaker: Nika George, PhD

Adjunct Professor, Clinical Supervision
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Clinical Psychologist, Therapist
Clever Consciousness Behavioral Therapy

Dr. Nika George is a clinical psychologist providing therapy and counseling to adults in Omaha and the greater Nebraska area. She enjoys working with individuals and couples experiencing depression, anxiety, life transitions, career stress, or postpartum mood changes. Dr. George also specializes in treating high achieving clients who experience perfectionism, burnout, vicarious trauma, and PTSD, including stress originating from childhood trauma such as emotional abuse and neglect. Dr. George is a contributing faculty member in Creighton University's School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Adjunct Professor of Clinical Supervision at University of Nebraska - Lincoln. She is the founder and owner of Clever Consciousness Behavioral Therapy, an online counseling service.

Open to all Creighton health sciences professionals and learners.

Questions? Contact jessicaseaman@creighton.edu

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Add to Calendar 20230202T130000Z 20230202T140000Z America/Chicago Vicarious Trauma in Diverse Health Care Providers: How to Promote Resilience <p><strong>Thursday, February 2, 2023<br /> 12-1pm MST | 1-2 pm CST<br /> <a href="https://creighton.zoom.us/j/97845972431#success" target="_blank">Join via Zoom</a></strong></p> <p>Repeated exposure to patients' adverse experience details can highten negative effects of vicarious trauma in health care providers. There is a growing need to provide therapeutic care for our clinical staff and faculty in all health science specialties.</p> <p>Join us virtually as we explore the following:</p> <ul> <li>Discuss differences between burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma.</li> <li>Health care providers experiencing trauma, not just normal stages of burnout.</li> <li>Identify signs and practical solutions that account for diverse backgrounds.</li> <li>Options and referrals that go beyond the common treatments for career stress.</li> </ul> <h3>Speaker: Nika George, PhD</h3> <p><em>Adjunct Professor, Clinical Supervision</em><br /> University of Nebraska - Lincoln<br /> <em>Clinical Psychologist, Therapist</em><br /> Clever Consciousness Behavioral Therapy</p> <p>Dr. Nika George is a clinical psychologist providing therapy and counseling to adults in Omaha and the greater Nebraska area. She enjoys working with individuals and couples experiencing depression, anxiety, life transitions, career stress, or postpartum mood changes. Dr. George also specializes in treating high achieving clients who experience perfectionism, burnout, vicarious trauma, and PTSD, including stress originating from childhood trauma such as emotional abuse and neglect. Dr. George is a contributing faculty member in Creighton University's School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Adjunct Professor of Clinical Supervision at University of Nebraska - Lincoln. She is the founder and owner of Clever Consciousness Behavioral Therapy, an online counseling service.</p> <p><em><strong>Open to all Creighton health sciences professionals and learners.</strong></em></p> <p><em><strong>Questions? Contact <a href="mailto:jessicaseaman@creighton.edu">jessicaseaman@creighton.edu</a></strong></em></p> Zoom

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