Thursday, January 24, 2019

Denver Mental Health Counselor: Front Line Workers, Stress and Fatigue

Today's Blog Post

Crisis and drug/alcohol counseling is recognized as the front lines of mental healthcare.  The work is challenging and rewarding.  You face crisis, such as the crushing weight of suicide-death.  You also experience the grace and joy of recovery-sobriety.  Any type of front line work can cause personal and professional stress-fatigue.  If symptoms go unmanaged, it can be highly destructive to your wellbeing, family, and community (e.g., approximately 22 veterans commit suicide every day in the USA).  

To all front line workers, contact us if you need help.

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