Have you been considering taking my self-study class? Then you’ll want to read this:

The Compassion in Balance SELF-STUDY class is going away on April 26th. 

That’s right, I’m pulling my first born out of rotation. 

Don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing wrong with the class. 

In fact, I hear stuff like this all the time from students: 

“Compassion in Balance has helped me tremendously. I was on the verge of quitting last year and I feel like I’m finally in a better place now. We’ve had compassion fatigue training before, but none of it really focused on working with animals and it didn’t really make sense. You’ve bridged the gap for me and I truly appreciate it!” – Megan, Animal Shelter Volunteer Coordinator

But my work has come a long way since I launched that course in 2014.

It’s time for CiB to evolve. 

My baby is going BIG TIME (you hear Peter Gabriel’s voice saying “big time” too, right?)

The self-study is being transformed into a brand new online program for animal shelters.

It’s a pretty amazing year-long program designed to make a bigger impact for organizations. You’ll learn all about it later this month.

And not to to get too far ahead, but I’ve got something new cooking for individuals too. So if you’re not part of an organization, no worries. I’ve got you!

Here’s today’s takeaway: 

If you’ve been wanting to enroll in CiB, but haven’t gotten around to signing up yet…now’s the time my friend! 

Enrollment in Compassion in Balance (the self-study) closes on Friday April 26th.

After that, it’s going on sabbatical.

You can learn more and sign up for the class here. 

This is the most affordable, most comprehensive compassion fatigue class for animal care and welfare workers out there, so if you want it, don’t hesitate. It WILL help. And you have access to the materials for a full year, so scoop it up now and jump in whenever you can. 

One more time for the kids in the back carving their initials into their desks:

Enrollment in The Compassion in Balance self-study course ends on Friday 4/26. 

p.s. If you are already a student in the self-study (thank you!), don’t worry – you will still have access to the course materials for a full year, as promised. The only thing that ends on the 26th is new enrollments.

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