Sign Language Specialists presents Dr. Ron Lybarger
Preparing Yourself for Traumatic Exposure: Practical Strategies for Interpreter Self Health
Bolster your resilience • Prepare for stress and traumatic exposure • Become more effective as an interpreter
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
• Identifying your unique personal vulnerabilities • Self health strategies to minimize your vulnerability
• Understanding the psychological, emotional and physiological consequences of work-related traumatic exposure • Improving self-efficacy • Becoming more rational / less emotional • Stress management techniques
• Monitoring your available resources and responding to your needs
You are all too familiar with the reality that interpreting is stressful and can be unpredictable. At times, you are confronted with situations that elicit unexpected emotional reactions, and it is important to regain your wits as soon as possible so you can carry on gracefully.
In spite of your professional training, skill level, and experience, being human makes you vulnerable to the psychological, emotional and physiological consequences of traumatic exposure while interpreting.
Space is limited CLICK HERE to reserve your spot today
This workshop is sponsored by Sign Language Specialists, an approved RID Continuing Maintenance Program sponsor for 0.4 General Studies RID CEUS listed at the “Little/None” content level.