Compassion Fatigue is Real for Interpreters

By April 27, 2018 April 30th, 2019 Body, During encounter, For Language Professionals, Mind, Tools

I thought I could sufficiently compartmentalize my professional skills and emotions. But I realize I was not prepared for the impact during and after the assignment. I can still remember myself shaking while interpreting.

Winnie Heh (賀永中) - Board Member. Career and Performance Coach. Career Advisor @MIIS

Compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma are real. Interpreters, please take the time to take care of yourselves. Click here to continue reading Winnie Heh’s post on Compassion Fatigue.

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