Reignite your compassion
Reconnect with your authentic self
I'm Amanda Rocheleau, registered clinical social worker, compassion fatigue specialist and public speaker.
I am committed to supporting caregivers in finding ways to continue to compassionately
provide care for others while also caring for themselves.
I provide one-on-one counselling to helping professionals and personal caregivers who are experiencing exhaustion, frustration, burnout, secondary traumatic stress and/or compassion fatigue.
I also offer speeches, workshops and training sessions to various organizations and groups who want to address occupational stress for their staff and volunteers.
Self-care is the deliberate practice of knowing your needs and desires, taking responsibility for them, and then living your life in a way that honours them.
I teach techniques to increase self-awareness, cultivate self-compassion, and integrate self-care into our helping roles and busy lives. It's way more complex than just having a hot bubble bath or taking a vacation once in awhile. Self-care is about intentionally creating and maintaining practices that help you sustain your energy, spirit, health and relationships.
Attending to our needs with appropriate practices, interventions and support can significantly improve our well-being and, in turn, alter the systems in which we operate in.
Registered Social Worker
Ontario College of Social Workers and
Social Service Workers
Bachelor's & Master's Degree in Social Work
(Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario)
Traumatic Incident Reduction Practitioner
Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist
GAIN-Q3 MI ON Certified
Global Appraisal of Individual Needs