The first of two lectures for Veterinary Receptionists pertaining to ‘Compassion Fatigue’ took place yesterday at our new Conference Center in San Fernando Valley.
Provided by ACCESS Specialty Animal Hospitals, and delivered by Kathleen Ayl, Psy.D, the response from attendees who came from a variety of Veterinary Practices, Clinics and Animal Hospitals was overwhelming.
Here is what a few had to say…
“I’m thankful for the invite from ACCESS. This lecture was a blessing and I’m leaving with a sense of knowledge and peace. Thank you.”– MH.
“Dr. Ayl was very informative. Great information, a must for all employees!” – JD
“I experience compassion fatigue daily and therefore this lecture was extremely beneficial and made me rather emotional. Thank you for your time and for sharing your knowledge. I could feel how much you care!” – LS
“I am so grateful I was invited to come out today for this lecture. This information will not only help at work, but in my personal life. This has made a huge impact on my way of thinking. I hope I can share this and have the same impact on others. Thank you!” – AM
“Thank you for giving a name to what so many of us go through and giving us the tools to better ourselves!” – CL
“I really liked listening to Dr. Ayl. She made me feel like she was speaking only to me a few times.”– BG
“Excellent. Very informative. I love Dr. Ayl, she is wonderful, kind, and sensitive.” – SP
“Great speaker! Very well spoken and a calming voice.” – MM
Thank you to all attendees, and we look forward to repeating this lecture to the more than forty Receptionists who are planning to attend next Monday evening.
We look forward to seeing you there.