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Stress & Burnout

Humanitarian work is physically and emotionally demanding, and many humanitarian workers struggle to find a healthy balance between the demands of the work and the need to pay some attention to their own well-being. These resources below provide an overview of stress as it is related to humanitarian work, and helpful coping strategies for dealing with it.

Stress & Burnout
How Stressed Are You? (Self-test)
PDF  English  |  Arabic  |  French  |  Khmer
Understanding and Coping with Traumatic Stress (Certificate Course)

This first introductory module aims to help humanitarian workers understand the different types of traumatic stress associated with their work, recognize the signs of stress and burnout, and learn self-care techniques to help alleviate stress reactions.

To download a PDF, click on the language of your choice.

PDF  English  |  Arabic  |  Haitian Creole  |  Khmer  |  Russian
Understanding and Coping with Travel Stress (Certificate Course)

Travel is a normal part of life for many humanitarian workers. This module explores the dynamics of the transitions that humanitarian work demands and coping strategies for dealing with travel stress.

PDF  English  |  Arabic  |  French  |  Portuguese  |  Spanish
Analyze Your Job Stress (Self-test)
PDF  English
Are You Showing Signs of Burnout? (Self Test)
PDF  English  |  Khmer
What To Do About Burnout?

Dr. Laurie Anne Pearlman highlights common sources of burnout in humanitarian aid workers, and provides reflection questions to help you identify them.

PDF  English
Preventing Burnout

Dr. Laurie Anne Pearlman offers strategies for both individuals and agencies on how to help resist burnout.

PDF  English
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