JOSEPH SPIRITUAL MINISTRIES

 Building Resilience:

Why Is The Work I Love To Do Becoming So Hard?

A Program for Nurses, Social Workers, First Responders, Pastoral Care Workers, Care Takers

“Mindfulness” by darraghoconnor12 is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
from 11am-12:30pm via Zoom

Presenter: Donna McCarten White, RN, PhD, CNS, LADC I

This workshop is for all who find themselves experiencing Compassion Fatigue after an unusually stressful year. Using the principles of mindfulness, Dr. White will lead us on a Path to Self-care and Wellness during stressful times in our lives.

TO REGISTER: Contact
St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries
781-227-4730 or
spiritual.ministries@csjoston.org

Free for all First Responders (nurses, front line workers, pastoral associates…)
For all others: a Free Will Offering

 SJSM is happy to be partnering with Regis College School of Nursing in offering this program.
1.6 Contact Hours will be provided by MARLIN.

Donna McCarten White is the former consultant Addiction Specialist for the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, a Public Health Hospital for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She is the former Chief Operating Officer and Nurse Executive at Worcester State Hospital. She was the Director of Nursing and the Director of Chemical Dependency Services and the Dual Diagnosis Program at Pembroke Psychiatric Hospital. Donna is a licensed drug and alcohol counselor with an additional certification in advanced Drug and Alcohol Counseling, is certified in Chemical Dependency and Addictions Nursing, and certified by the ANCC as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Public Health.  Donna is the author of an Addictions Competency Based Program in the Department of Public Health Hospital where she now consults.