Compassion Fatigue Seminars
Julie Squires is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist and Certified Life Coach who brings a unique perspective and approach to support the sustained energy and passion of those exposed to the highly stressful, challenging and sometimes traumatic environment of veterinary medicine. She does this in a very distinct way, by empowering them to help themselves through easy-to-implement yet powerful practices, tools and insights.
Julie has over twenty-five years of experience within the veterinary industry as a veterinary assistant, hospital administrator and leading organizations, developing and executing training and workshops most notably for Nestlé Purina, Bayer Animal Health and IDEXX Laboratories. She is a Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist through the Traumatology Institute.
Julie is a recognized international speaker and also offers webinars, on-site seminars and workshops, online courses, private 1:1 coaching and the Rekindling podcast all as a result of the need Julie saw to help those that work with animals maintain their wellbeing and mental health. Julie lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with her husband, John, pugs Ernie & Mabel, and Gregg & Duane, their two cats.
Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist
Certified Life Coach, Rekindle, LLC
Seminar Zoom Links
All sessions are being offered twice, once on Wednesday at 7pm and once on Friday at 4pm.
You must register in advance using one of the following links depending on your time/day preference.
Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM
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Fridays @ 4:00 PM
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11/20, 12/4, 12/18, 1/8
Seminars & Times
Going Beyond Compassion Fatigue
Wed 11/18 @ 7 pm and Fri 11/20 @ 4 pm
Compassion fatigue is a normal consequence of working in a profession like veterinary medicine where you are constantly exposed to the pain and suffering of others. Daily you witness it from your patients, clients and even each other. And 2020 has certainly brought with it many additional contributing factors. This webinar will teach my best tools to go beyond compassion fatigue so you can continue doing the work you love and making a difference in the lives of your patients, clients and each other.
Managing Stress and Anxiety During a Pandemic
Wed 12/2 @ 7 pm and Fri 12/4 @ 4 pm
Our brains don't know the difference between actual and perceived threats. 2020 has certainly given us some of both! Pandemic practice has alone created so much stress and anxiety not to mention the current state of the world around us. It's a lot to handle.
Learning how to self-regulate is one of the most important keys to mental health and wellbeing but yet most of us haven't actually been taught HOW, This webinar will teach you the HOW. HOW to calm your mind, body and spirit no matter what is going on around you.
When Clients Bite: Dealing with Difficult Clients
Wed 12/16 @ 7 pm and Fri 12/18 @ 4 pm
Let's face it, everyone is super-stressed these days! It's not an easy time for humans, let alone pet owners. Curbside service is inconvenient and inefficient for you and it's a drag for your client's too. When humans are stressed, afraid or anxious they don't always behave their best.
This webinar won't change your clients but it will change how YOU think and respond to "difficult clients". And ultimately, that's all that ever needs to change.
How Being Judgmental of Self and Others Harms Us
Wed 1/6 @ 7 pm and Fri 1/8 @ 4 pm
We humans are judgmental by nature, especially in vet med. That doesn't make us bad people, it makes us human. You want the best for your patients and our current situation doesn't always make it easy to effectively communicate with one another.
This webinar will teach you 3 ways to release judgment of yourself, your clients and each other so you can approach them all with compassion instead of judgment. And that is when we can really make an impact on others!