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Compasion Fatique— Get Help with RENEW!

Aspen Abuse support & prevention education network

Free training for first responders

Park County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and other first responders will attend a free workshop March 26th and March 28th in Livingston to help them understand and prevent compassion fatigue. Jumping in to help others in traumatic situations can take a toll and lead to burnout and overwhelm and a lack of interest, especially in work.

Experiencing compassion fatigue is often a part of the job, and the RENEW! Workshop by Lynette Rodi, MA, LCPC, LAC, of Journeys Consulting, is designed to help professionals who pay the “cost of caring” to build resilience and make a plan to take care of themselves so they can continue to care for others.

The workshops teach professionals the risks of compassion fatigue and then to recognize the signs and symptoms and, finally, through an experiential process, to build resilience against it. Rodi developed RENEW! after her own compassion fatigue experience. She has presented workshops to groups ranging from small nonprofits to Fortune 200 companies. Rodi is a certified Compassion Fatigue Professional, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Addiction Counselor and Certified Resilience Coach.

ASPEN, Abuse Support & Prevention Education Network, invites all first responders in Park County to attend one of the three-hour workshops free of charge. Space is limited, and law enforcement, fire, dispatch and emergency medical services personnel should contact their supervisors to reserve a space through ASPEN. Workshops begin at 9 am both days in Livingston.

About ASPEN: ASPEN is a 501(c) 3 organization serving Park, Sweet Grass, and Meagher Counties. ASPEN provides support services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking and educational and awareness activities in the community aimed at breaking the cycle of violence. Learn more:


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