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Moral Injury in Behavioral Healthcare
Provided in Partnership with the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS)
September 1, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am ET
Trauma is often a parallel process of reciprocal experiences shared between organizations, practitioners, & clients. Burnout is a familiar term in the field and many have claimed to experience it, but what if you were not actually “burnt out?”
- Participants will differentiate between burnout, compassion fatigues, and moral injury
- Participants will draw parallels between burnout, compassion fatigue, moral injury, racial trauma, and organizational trauma
- Participants will encourage others to research and share the relationship between moral injury and behavioral healthcare
This webinar is relevant for healthcare providers, social workers, and community organizations that support mental health of both youth and adult populations.
Kim Young is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the Commonwealth of Virginia with over a decade of experience working alongside at promise youth, families, and communities. Kim is deeply committed to cross sector collaboration that utilizes an asset based approach to develop strategies which promote community driven solutions to system created problems. Kim has experience in providing direct clinical services to youth and adults in psychiatric hospitals, residential treatment and community based settings. Kim specializes in working with cross systems involved youth and young adults who have experienced and participated in acts of community violence. In 2019 Kim made the shift upstream and stepped away from direct service to begin working on programmatic, organizational and system changes. Kim is on a mission to eliminate suffering for black youth by fighting to eliminate barriers to dreaming, increase youth visibility, and create pathways to opportunities. Kim believes that relationships heal and there is power in empathy, compassion, and kindness.
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