Current Issues of Compassion Fatigue in Counsellor Supervision
Keywords:Compassion Fatigue, Supervision, Counselors, Mental Health Education
AbstractAs a recognized occupational risk in counseling professions, compassion fatigue has been extensively studied and documented. Supervision offers a mutually secure environment for the development of professional connections that aid in skill-building and prevent compassion fatigue. Education about the causes of compassion fatigue as well as their preventive factors can aid in the prevention of compassion’s intensity. The objective of supervision should be to educate supervisees about ethical standards to practice, prevent burnout and manage compassion fatigue.
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