This article is a summary of what we have posted on our BURNOUT page.
Listen to this 28 minute podcast of Dr. Stan Haegert, sitting in his home in Michigan, being interviewed by missionary Caleb Suko in his home in Ukraine.
Dr. Mike Chupp, CMDA's new CEO, interviewed Dr. Stan Haegert in this 27 minute podcast on the problem of burnout among healthcare professionals.
When cross-cultural workers take this stress inventory, their scores can range from 600-900, putting them at high risk for a major health breakdown in the near future.
This free tool measures one's professional quality of life (ProQOL). It measures the positive and negative aspects of one's role as helper to those who have experienced trauma or suffering.
We all have lies we tell ourselves. Dr. Stan Haegert addresses some of them and counters with God's truth.
We all experience shame. When we understand the dynamics of shame in our own and others' lives, we can learn to build shame resilience through courageous authenticity.
Here are some practical steps to returning to a life of enduring joy.
We accepted God's gift of Sabbath late in life, but are enjoying it now as a precious treasure.
These are three short articles others have written on the subject of Sabbath.
Craft your own wellness plan that is tailored to your personal physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual risk factors.
Dr. Stan Haegert created this personal inventory to assess all areas of life: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. We use it in tandem with our quarterly evaluation below.
Once you've had a depressive episode you are 40% more likely to be susceptible to a relapse. We developed this evaluation in order to assess how we are doing and recognize returning symptoms of depression. You can customize this template to fit your own needs.
Here are some practical steps to help whole teams plan intentionally for "thrival" and service with enduring joy.
This is a printable copy of our bibliography found on the GOOD READS webpage.