Nonprofit Collaborative: Breaking through the COVID 19 BURNOUT
Burnout has long been adistinguishing characteristic of the nonprofit sector — but never more so than during the past two years. Beyond damaging your organization's bottom line and quality of service delivery, burnout has very real impacts on staff turnover, equity, and morale.
Join us for facilitated networking and comefind inspirationfrom other organizations about how best to support your staff — and yourself.
Meet the Speaker:
Gabrielle Kaufman - MA, LPCC, BC-DMT, NCC
Gabrielle Kaufman is a dance/movement therapist and licensed professional clinical counselor with over 20 years experience in the helping profession. Currently, she is director of Training and Technical Assistance for the Los Angeles County Perinatal Mental Health Task Force. Prior to this, she served as director of the New Moms Connect Program of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles providing services to new parents, particularly those suffering from symptoms of postpartum depression. Ms. Kaufman has worked extensively with new families and aided in providing solutions to many parenting concerns. She has run several programs for high-risk children and teens, taught classes to parents of newborns and toddlers, and runs support groups for single parents and women with postpartum depression. Ms. Kaufman has spoken widely, published articles on parenting, and served as editor for Bringing Light to Motherhood. She serves as Los Angeles coordinator for Postpartum Support International also has a private practice in Los Angeles providing services in both English and Spanish languages.