Patient loss is part of the veterinary profession, but these losses can build up over time into compassion fatigue and burnout. Join CACVT and Kelly Drescher Johnson for an on-demand interactive webinar to go through ideas and techniques to complete the cycle of emotions, leave work at work, and keep doing what you love…and earn 2 hours of non-medical CE! Print out the hand-outs, grab your coloring tools, and get ready to build up your self-care crash cart!

What: 2 hours non-medical CE
When: Now on-demand!
Originally held December 5th, 2023 630-830pm MT
Cost: $20 for members, $10 for student members, $30 for non-members

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About Kelly Drescher Johnson, M. Div.

Kelly Drescher Johnson, BA, MDiv, obtained her bachelor’s degree in music education from Carroll University, and a Master of Divinity from Boston University with a concentration in practical theology. She also holds certificates as a trauma and grief informed professional through PESI®; she is registered as a Pet Chaplain® through the Association for Veterinary Pastoral Education; and she has completed 800 hours of clinical pastoral education.