Live Webinar Course

Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:00-1:00pm

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to...

  • 1. Describe at least two contributing factors for virtual exhaustion

  • 2. Discuss at least one symptom of burnout

  • 3. Identify at least three self-care strategies for implementing with yourself and/or clients

Course Outline

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome Message from Dr. Brewer

    • Course Instruction Video

    • Course Description and Objectives

    • Presentation Handout

  • 2

    Optional Resources

    • Course Resources

    • Quick Reference List of Webinar Resources

  • 3

    Webinar Course

    • Notice: Recording of Webinars

    • Webinar: Virtual Exhaustion, Burnout, and Self-Care

    • Course References

  • 4

    Conclusion

    • Evaluation & Post-Test

Course Description

Burnout and self-care are topics that should readily be addressed in health professions; however, virtual exhaustion is a new experience for many of us.  In this course, we will discuss how and why virtual exhaustion happens and what you can do about it.  Symptoms and factors related to burnout will also be covered.  The importance of self-care will be considered and several self-care strategies will be identified for you to utilize with yourself and in your work with clients.  


Facilitator:  Kathryn Brewer, PhD, LPC, LCPC 


Dr. Brewer is a licensed professional counselor in Missouri and a licensed clinical professional counselor in Kansas.  She has earned a PhD in psychology, a Master's degree in professional mental health counseling, and a Master's certificate in healthcare leadership and management. Dr. Brewer is also a national certified counselor, certified clinical trauma professional, certified first responder counselor, board certified telemental health provider, licensure supervisor for professional counselors in Missouri, and a board approved clinical supervisor for professional counselors in Kansas. 


Learning Level: Basic 


Target Audience: This course is designed for professional counselors, school counselors, social workers, marital and family therapists, psychologists, addiction counselors, case managers, nurses, and other health care professionals. 


Continuing Education: To obtain the certificate of attendance for the 1 contact hour associated with this course, the participant will need to attend the webinar course, complete a course evaluation, and submit verification of their attendance by post-test.  The post-test will only consist of entering attendance code words which will be provided at the beginning and end of the webinar course.


Each course offered designates the number of clock hours.  Be sure to check with your professional board as they will specify how many CE/CEU hours are equal to one clock hour (e.g., 1 CE = 50 minutes, 1 CE = 60 minutes). 

The content of this course may meet requirements for continuing education for most national, state, and local licensing boards and professional organizations.  Many boards and professional organizations will accept continuing education that is relevant to each profession (i.e., for professional counselors content must be primarily related to counseling, for psychologists content must be mostly psychological, and so on) and/or that has been approved by another professional association in the human services field.  Be sure to print the course description and submit with your certificate of attendance to your professional board for consideration.  For rules governing continuing education and to confirm whether this course qualifies for continuing education, participants should contact their respective regulatory boards.  Participants may also contact IPA and we will do our best to answer your questions. 

Registration:  Registration for webinar courses is available on our website.  For manual registration or payment by check, please contact IPA.