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Spokane, WA
THE COST OF CARING: Compassion Fatigue and the Educator   NEW!

9 CLOCK HOURS / 1 CREDIT
Saturday, April 13th, 2019


As educators we have chosen to invest in the lives of the next generation. Many of our students have experienced trauma and/or have significant challenges that are heartbreaking. We are often unaware how much our concern for our students can affect us. Hearing their stories or dealing with the challenging attitudes or behaviors, that stem from the trauma, can take a sizable toll on us. In this class we will look at compassion fatigue and how it can significantly impact how we relate to our students and colleagues, do damage to our health, and affect our relationships with family and friends. Most importantly, our focus will be on the strategies and preventative measures we can incorporate into our lives, so we can continue to be effective and compassionate educators. Come join us for this important topic!

Times: Check-in 8:00-8:50 Class 9:00-6:00, Lunch (on your own) 11:30

Location: The Community Room, Spokane Valley Mall, Spokane Valley, WA
See Driving Directions.

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Clock Hours
Price: $109

400 Level Credit:
Price: $129

500 Level Credit:
Price: $129

* NOTE: We will send you a confirmation email message when we receive your payment :-)

Extra Credit Opportunity: For those who attend the workshop there will be an opportunity to receive an additional 1 quarter credit or 10 clock hours by taking the independent study course "The Cost of Caring Part 1-B". Registration for this course will take place at the workshop only. The additional course is $109 and payment can be made by check or cash.

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Seattle, WA
THE COST OF CARING: Compassion Fatigue and the Educator   NEW!

9 CLOCK HOURS / 1 CREDIT
Saturday, March 23rd, 2019


As educators we have chosen to invest in the lives of the next generation. Many of our students have experienced trauma and/or have significant challenges that are heartbreaking. We are often unaware how much our concern for our students can affect us. Hearing their stories or dealing with the challenging attitudes or behaviors, that stem from the trauma, can take a sizable toll on us. In this class we will look at compassion fatigue and how it can significantly impact how we relate to our students and colleagues, do damage to our health, and affect our relationships with family and friends. Most importantly, our focus will be on the strategies and preventative measures we can incorporate into our lives, so we can continue to be effective and compassionate educators. Come join us for this important topic!

Times: Check-in 8:15-9:00, Class 9:00-6:00, Lunch (on your own) 11:30

Location: NEW LOCATION! The Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village. Redmond, WA. (previously the Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Redmond Campus)
See Driving Directions.

To Pay By Check . . .

Use this Order Form.

To Pay By Credit Card . . .

Clock Hours
Price: $109

400 Level Credit:
Price: $129

500 Level Credit:
Price: $129

* NOTE: We will send you a confirmation email message when we receive your payment :-)

Extra Credit Opportunity: For those who attend the workshop there will be an opportunity to receive an additional 1 quarter credit or 10 clock hours by taking the independent study course "The Cost of Caring Part 1-B". Registration for this course will take place at the workshop only. The additional course is $109 and payment can be made by check or cash.

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When you take one of Lori and Jacquie's popular workshops, . . .

. . . you get to meet dozens of other educators as you learn the latest research and pratical methods on a variety of education topics. Ask around. You probably have colleagues who have taken one of their workshops in the past and loved it.

Lori and Jacquie bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table, and work hard to make their workshops as informative, practical, and fun as they can.

"I always get as many continuing education credits as I can from Lori and Jacquie."

-- Colleen Combs (Counselor, Spokane Schools)
I want to thank you for the excellent class. It was precisely what I was looking for.
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I can make a difference in a small way and help to pave the way for the continued success of the challenging students I face each year.


-- Linda, 3rd grade
I have taught for 25 years ...

I appreciate your candor, your openness and honesty. Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge with us.

You left me with so much to think about, a better perspective to face the new school year with, and feeling more empowered with new knowledge.


-- Jan, 1st grade

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