Did you know that 65% of psychosocial assistance and support providers during the war experience an average level of burnout?
During January-May of this year, we conducted a research “Burnout of psychosocial assistance and support providers to victims of military operations” and are ready to share the results with you
The study involved 40 participants of our training “Prevention of Emotional Burnout in Support Professionals during the War”
The purpose of the study was to find out the prevalence of burnout among employees and volunteers who provide assistance to those who are affected by war and to identify factors for preventing the development of burnout.
For more information about the study, please visit our website: https://ildc.org.ua/en/research_on_burnout/