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Compassion Fatigue Community Group




12 weeks

About the Group

If you are a Healthcare worker (in a helping profession, medical profession, etc.) that has ever felt like...

  • your empathy and sensitivity at work has notably decreased

  • you feel helpless or powerless when you see patients suffering

  • you feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and/or numb during or after the work day

  • you've lost interest in things that used to bring you joy

  • you're lacking the support of others who have been through similar experiences

This Compassion Fatigue group was designed for you!

Our goal is provide you with a safe space to address the physical, mental, AND emotional challenges that arise from experiencing compassion fatigue, all in a way that is specifically tailored to your experience and needs. We also believe in the power of group support. You don't have to move through this journey feeling alone!

What you will get in this group:

  • Education & movement every week, specifically tailored to support healing from compassion fatigue

  • Community support from others who are moving through similar experiences in their lives

  • A safe space to process your emotions, and personalized recommendations for YOUR body

  • Build self-awareness around your personal experience of compassion fatigue in your brain and body

  • Understand the changes that impact you physically, energetically, mentally, & emotionally

  • Learn evidence-based tools to help you regulate your nervous system and increase feelings of balance, restoration, and rejuvenation

  • Reconnect to your values and self-care practices in order to restore a sense of purpose and satisfaction in your work life

Amanda Burtch

Your Group Leader

Amanda Burtch has been practicing yoga since 2013 and teaching since 2017. She has earned her Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and is registered as a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She has also completed 200-hour and 500-hour Yoga Teacher Trainings.

Amanda specializes in working with grief and loss, caretakers, aging bodies, anxiety, burnout, and trauma.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the group run for?

This is a 12-week closed group, meaning that we ask each member to commit to the group for 12 weeks. Showing up with the same people consistently is what creates the beautiful power of community support!


How can I join?

Click here to complete our application form. A member of our team will then reach out to schedule your free 15-minute consultation call with the group leader, Amanda Burtch. During the consultation call, you and Amanda will discuss your goals for the group, do a brief physical assessment, and discuss next steps!

What is the cost?

Each 60-minute group session is $35.

Where is it located?

Our groups are held in our Gwinnett and Decatur offices as well as online via Zoom. Please share your location preferences with the group leader in your application or during your consultation call!

What happens if I miss a group session?

Although we encourage you to attend as many group sessions as possible to get the most out of this group, we realize that life happens and sometimes you can't make every session! If you have to miss, your group leader will send you any applicable resources from the group session.

How many people are in the group?

This group will have up to 6 group members.

Do I need bodywork or yoga experience to join?

Absolutely not! All of the group sessions will be beginner-friendly and taught with many options offered for the physical movements. We trust you to make the choices that feel best for your body!

I've got more questions! Who can I reach out to?

Email us at and we will be happy to answer any other questions you have!

Are you ready to feel rejuvenated and purposeful in your work again?

Join a Compassion Fatigue Community Group today!

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