We recently released our course on Trauma-Informed Care. We’ve already gotten great feedback on it. We want to take a few blog posts to explore Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care. Let’s Start with talking about; Trauma, Types of Trauma, and Trauma Prevalence. What is Trauma? The American Psychological Association narrowly defines trauma as exposure to actual or threatened death, […]
The experience of emotional and psychological trauma is no great respecter of persons and is a near universal occurrence. Trauma affects individuals of all ages, races, genders, and socioeconomic levels. Research has increasingly uncovered the centrality of trauma as a contributor, and perhaps causative agent, to such disease processes as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease […]
Conflict is often times destructive. Nothing can be more discouraging, painful and sad then having conflict with someone. Interpersonal conflicts are a normal and should be an expected part of life. However, few know how to handle conflict in a way that preserves relationships.
Conflict is aways with us and is no respecter of persons or organizations. It rears its head amongst individuals, families, companies, and businesses. Conflict is especially unavoidable in healthcare and human services-related fields. The long hours, stress, backbreaking work, and mountains of paperwork create a perfect storm of conflict.
What’s Communication Got To Do With It? No, this is not another rendition of Tina Turner’s famous song. Communication is a big deal. Not only is communication cited as a major reason why couples break up but it is a major reason why errors occur in healthcare and human services settings. Here’s a scary and […]
We are proud to announce that we have received a Web Health Merit Award. Read full press release below! NEWS RELEASE : 2013 WEB HEALTH AWARDS WINNER ClickPlayCEU.com is Honored in Summer/Fall 2013 Web Health Awards Competition ClickPlayCEU.com was selected as a winner in the 15th annual Web Health Awards program. Thiscompetition — held twice each year: […]
Many years ago, I had just finished managing a cardiac arrest case at a local ER in my hometownwhen suddenly a very vivid scene played out in my mind. The cardiac arrest case had ended with the best outcome possible: my team had just brought a person back from the brink of death. As I […]
Just how does compassion fatigue (CF) get the upper hand in the lives of so many healthcare and human services workers? I believe it all starts with T-I-M-E. Tedious & Tireless Tasks: Tedious & Tireless Tasks take up more and more of time, leaving less room for connecting in positive ways with patients and coworkers. […]
Today we are releasing our newest course entitled, Depression: Lifting the Veil. Depression goes much deeper than just occasional feelings of sadness. We all go through ups and downs in our mood and sadness is a normal reaction to life’s struggles, setbacks and disappointments. We hear people use the word “depression” to explain these kinds […]
Are you an RN, LVN, Psychiatric Technician, CNA, administrator of a residential facility, group home or some other healthcare or human services worker? If so, you may be at risk for developing Compassion Fatigue. In order to combat compassion fatigue, it is important to understand what makes one healthcare or human services worker more inclined […]