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Trauma Sensitive Yoga (mp4)



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Compassion Tree   Risk Factors of Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS)

Secondary Traumatic Stress is a part of our jobs and affects everyone.

Some risk factors that make us more susceptible to STS:

  • Empathy level

  • Excessive "other-care" orientation

  • Exposure severity

  • High trauma caseload

  • Unpredictability

  • Lack of supervisory support

  • Escape-avoidance coping style

  • One’s own trauma history

  • Personal stressors


What factors stand out to you as possible contributors to your Secondary Traumatic Stress?

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