Head over to enjoy a complimentary ‘lunch and learn’ at the Mesa County Department of Human Services at 12:00 pm, June 20th. While you eat, you will learn about the upcoming Fall program Resilience: Skills and Support for Helping Professionals. This Aug.-Nov. program, facilitated by licensed professional counselors from the Counseling and Education Center (CEC), will teach participants to develop skills and strategies to build resilience and job satisfaction, decreasing burnout and compassion fatigue.
This program is provided through the collaboration of the CEC, Mesa County Public Health, The Center, Roice-Hurst Humane Society, and Hilltop Community Resources. It is hosted by the Community Impact Council (CIC).
Learn more here.
See other opportunities from CIC here.
Image taken from CEC’s announcement post.