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This study investigated the levels of compassion fatigue among psychotherapists working in a war zone region in northern Uganda. A cross sectional design was used. Psychotherapists (n = 207) from northern Uganda participated in the study. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistics. The results of this study revealed that up to 60.4% of the respondents were experiencing high level of compassion fatigue, 23.7% were experiencing average level of fatigue and 15% had low level of fatigue.fatcat:hb2hlw3omfbxla72nxkf2lexbi