for Helping Professionals
Mindful Connections™ for Helping Professionals
Geared towards beginners but fulfilling for practitioners of all levels, this program is an exploration of how mindfulness can support our social and emotional regulation and wellbeing.
Focused on teaching practices and skills to reduce burnout and compassion fatigue, this intensive program includes training in mindfulness meditation, emotional intelligence, communication, conflict resolution, and various resourcing and resiliency-building skills. The program can be adapted to meet your specific needs.
In Mindful Connections™ for Helping Professionals, you’ll learn to:
- Decrease burnout and compassion fatigue
- Increase empathy
- Increase effective communication skills
- Decrease occupational stress
- Increase work satisfaction
- Increase well-being, health, and immunity
When & Where
Online via Zoom or In-Person
9 sessions, designed to fit your workplace scheduling needs
- Social workers
- Human service agencies
- Medical professionals
- Anyone who works in a high-stress environment or in service to others
This program is CEU-eligible through the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work.
Mindful Connections™ for Helping Professionals is offered for 16 CE hours of social work continuing education through co-sponsorship of the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work, a Council on Social Work Education accredited school PA pre-approved provider of social work continuing education. These credit hours satisfy requirements for LSW/LCSW, LMFT, and LPC biennial license renewal. For information on social work continuing education please visit socialwork.pitt.edu/continuing-ed.
Some of the organizations we’ve worked with include…
- The Children’s Institute
- The Western PA School for Blind Children
- 10.27 Healing Partnership
- University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
“The instructor and the workbook were excellent! I liked that the course was 9 weeks in length because it needed to be for a full understanding and use of mindfulness techniques and reflections.”
“I think mindfulness will help me pause before reacting in my interactions with others. I also feel it will help me to be more aware and grateful. I believe it will help me to focus on my values and live with purpose.”
— Participants, Mindful Connections for Helping Professionals