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Aromatherapy for Caregiver Burden and Professional Burnout


In this micro-credential, you'll explore the key concepts and developing research that are driving the current definitions of caregiver burden and professional burnout. We'll cover who caregivers are, their primary needs, and evidence-based practices for creating successful support strategies.

Key Takeaways

This course also examines the latest research on professional burnout, including:

  • Key workplace stressors that drive burnout.
  • Leading research on strategies to mitigate burnout.
  • Benefits of a holistic approach to systems change and why individualization is key when developing support plans for caregivers and high-risk professionals.
  • The primary ways aromatherapy can be a synergistic component of intervention plans for caregivers and professionals in their work and personal environments.

This micro-credential is designed for educational purposes only and is not intended to train the student as a practitioner or psilocybin trip sitter. The use of psilocybin mushrooms is illegal in most states currently. Oregon has developed a legal use program as of January 2023 for trained therapists, and opportunities may be available in other states.

All education developed by American College of Healthcare Sciences. 

ACHS.edu | Portland, OR 

Note: Unless otherwise indicated, ACHS micro-credentials are for professional development and do not award academic credit. Non-credit micro-credentials are not accredited by DEAC.