Introducing the Ask Dr. Troyer series: watch the new videos now!

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Funeral professionals' work is often rewarding, but can come with unique challenges and stressors. Homesteaders has partnered with Dr. Jason Troyer to create Finding Resilience resources to help you cope with difficult situations and find the joy in the important work you do to serve your community.

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Free Webinar: “How to Battle Burnout and Build Resilience”
December 18, 2018, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CST
Join Dr. Jason Troyer for a free webinar focused on identifying the signs of burnout, techniques to create a more positive work environment and resources to help support and retain funeral professionals.

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Exclusive Video Content

NEW Video Series: Ask Dr. Troyer
The Ask Dr. Troyer series directly addresses situations that are unique to funeral professionals. Visit this page to see the latest videos and submit your own questions.

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Featured Resource

Journal for Funeral Professionals
Get a free journal designed for funeral professionals. It includes quotes and writing prompts to help you reflect and reduce stress.

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Upcoming Presentations

September 26 & 27, 2018
New Jersey Funeral Directors Association Convention

“Battling Burnout & Building Resilience: Supporting & Retaining Funeral Professionals”


November 2, 2018
Pre-need Summit

“Battling Burnout & Building Resilience: Supporting & Retaining Funeral Professionals”


December 18, 2018
Kates-Boylston Publications How-to Webinar Series

“How to Battle Burnout and Build Resilience”
Registration is open for this free webinar: sign up now!

Please note that event details may be subject to change. Contact the sponsoring organization for complete details.


The information provided through this program is not intended to replace information from a mental health or medical professional. The reader should consult an appropriate professional in matters related to his or her physical and emotional health.