I have been in the mental health and addiction field for over 20 years and have seen great clinicians and people leave the business due to being burned out. This is a tragedy for not only the clinicians, but to all the clients they could of helped. This online course is my personal shout out to clinicians out there potentially struggling with feeling burned out. Take care of yourself as you are so important to our field.
What will you get from this online course with Ted Izydor?
- Learn how not to have burnout sneak up on you
- Learn why people leave the human service field early
- Learn the Top 10 success factors in preventing burnout
- Learn how to apply these factors to your professional life
- And of course get a FREE CEU!
Take the leap and stay fresh in the field
- Combat emotional numbness at work by being more connected to the special people in your life
- Problems leaving work at work - create a thought process after work that you have done all you can do and there is nothing else you can do about it at home
- Withdrawing at work - combat it by getting good supervision, vocalizing your needs and staying connected to colleagues
Ted Izydor - LPC, CSAC, ICS, MBA
- 20 years experience in the addiction/mental health field
- Utilizes a variety of evidenced based approaches
- Expert group facilitator
- Uses proven tools and strategies
Ted Izydor holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology, in addition to numerous counseling certifications. With a distinguished 20-year clinical therapy background as a mental health and addiction counselor, Ted offers proven techniques and strategies that have produced results for people and organizations. As the founder of Full Potential Coaching and Consulting of Wisconsin, he devotes himself to sharing this knowledge and insight to people seeking more fulfilling, happier, and healthier lives.
Ted’s commitment to program innovation and community development is unprecedented. His involvement with the Alternatives to Aggression program impacted hundreds of adolescents and men with violence issues. Ted has served on several domestic violence/substance abuse committees, led police trainings, implemented violence prevention groups in high schools, presented at conferences, and appeared on radio and television. Ted was instrumental in setting up a massage program at an HIV/AIDS clinic in Kenya Africa in 2007 through Global Volunteer Network and has been a volunteer for Agrace Hospice Care since 2008. He has been a competitive triathlete over the past 4 years and completed Wisconsin Ironman in 2011.
Informing Ted’s executive coaching practice are his business consulting work for Hewlett Packard, management experience, and MBA studies. As a Clinical Supervisor and Utilization Management Specialist, he supervised counselors, conducted performance reviews, mentored teams, and contributed to organizational development and sound fiscal management.