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Self-Care: The PRIME Framework. Presented by Angie Arora

  • Tuesday, June 22, 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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While the systems we live and work in must change to prevent and address burnout, our bodies cannot wait for this change to occur. We know that self-care is important to sustain ourselves but what we don’t always know is how to actualize it.

This session will introduce you to The PRIME Framework, an approach I’ve developed to describe the elements of a successful self-care plan. You will leave with concrete and comprehensive tools that you can begin integrating into your life immediately to reap both short and long-term benefits. Come and learn how to revitalize your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual energy to thrive, not just survive!

About Your Presenter    

Angie Arora MSW RSW

Angie Arora is a registered Social Worker from Toronto, Canada who has worked at the cross-section of human-animal interactions for over 16 years, focussing on veterinary wellness and pet loss bereavement. As a Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist, Angie works with animal-care providers to foster wellness and address systemic causes of burnout and compassion fatigue. She serves as the Board Secretary for the International Association of Veterinary Social Work, is the Research Chair for the International Association for Animal Hospice & Palliative Care, and volunteers her time to address equity issues within veterinary medicine. She works with VetVine as a Virtual Pet Loss Facilitator and is the Lead Coach for their VETPeers Wellness and Professional Resiliency Coaching Program. She is a Professor with Seneca College’s Social Service Worker Program, where she was the principal investigator of a research study that developed guidelines for veterinary teams to better support clients through their pets’ end of life. Angie obtained her Bachelor of Social Work from Ryerson University and Masters of Social Work from York University.

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