Learning to surf the waves of stress as a wildlife volunteer
Guest Speaker: Jessica Dolce, Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator
Brought to you by Two Green Threads.
In our day to day lives we often have times when our jaws clench, our tummies churn, we get irritated easily or we have trouble sleeping. In other words, we feel ‘stressed’. When we consider that the role of the wildlife volunteer is often juggled in addition to paid work, home and family commitments, we can understand why so many wildlife volunteers talk about feeling ‘stressed’.
So, what can we do about it?
In this webinar, we explore how we can learn to surf the waves of stress so that we feel more calm and in control, allowing us to continue doing the things we care about and ensure our wildlife volunteer role is sustainable for the long-term.
Founder of Two Green Threads and wildlife volunteer for over 20 years who is motivated by her deep connection to wildlife and the environment, and the people who volunteer to protect and care for our native animals.
Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator, who’s mission is to create practical tools to help animal care and welfare folks be well, while they do good work in the world.
With grateful acknowledgment to the following supporter for enabling this Webinar to occur.
This is part of the Wildlife Heroes Caring for Carers Campaign
supported by the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife and the Australian Government.