Bounce back from burnout and make your practice more sustainable

Maintaining sustainable clinical practice requires burnout preventative knowledge and skills. In this 2-hour interactive workshop, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Natasha D'Arcangelo will walk you through the neuroscience of compassion fatigue and specific tools to curb and revert the process. Participants will gain new insight and skills to manage clinical practice in more sustainable ways. Natasha will address the impact of working through the pandemic, specific issues that impact the BIPOC clinicians and provide evidence-based ways that help clinicians practice in sustainable ways. This is a recored 2-hour VIDEO workshop.

Learning Objectives

Recognize and Identify the source of compassion fatigue, learn useful skills to realign yourself and your therapeutic work.

  • 1) Attendees will be able to define compassion fatigue and how COVID is impacting mental health professionals.

  • 2) Attendees will be able to identify symptoms of compassion fatigue they may be experiencing.

  • 3) Attendees will develop a self-care plan to help manage symptoms of compassion fatigue and improve their quality of life.

  • 4) Workshop will address concerns related to BIPOC clinicians dealing with microaggressions and systemic racism which also contribute to compassion fatigue.


Natasha Ganesh D'Arcangelo

LMHC, NCC, CCTP, CCFP (she, her, hers)

Natasha is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Florida, a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) and a Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional (CCFP). She received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University, Sarasota. She works with adolescents and adults in her role as a staff therapist for Headspace Health. Her previous experience includes 15 years as an educator, community mental health work and private practice. She has presented on various topics including Destigmatizing Seeking Mental Health Care, Compassion Fatigue and Effective Techniques for Working with Teens. She operates from a cultural humility perspective and is an ally of the LGTBQIA+ community. She is especially passionate about working with clients who are struggling with trauma, grief, depression and anxiety.

2 Continuing Education Credits

This course qualifies for 2 Continuing Education Credit hours for Licensed Counselors (per NBCC), Art Therapists (per ATCB), and Illinois Licensed Social Workers and Psychologists (per IDFPR).

Approved CE provider

Spring Advisory, PLLC has been approved by The National Board For Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7169. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Spring Advisory, PLLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

The Art Therapy Credentials Board recognizes CE credits granted by NBCC Approved Continuing Education Providers. All CE from Spring Advisory can be counted towards ATR, ATR-BC, and ATCS credential renewals for art therapists per ATCB.

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Social Work CE Sponsor, #159.001540

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Psychologist CE Sponsor, #268.000141

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From 2023, all licensed health professionals in Illinois are required to take courses on sexual harassment prevention, alzheimer's assessment and treatment, implicit bias training, and mandated reporter training. Each training should be 1 CE credit hour to meet license renewal requirements. First time renewal of LCPC also requires a 18-hour training on supervision.