Balint groups have traditionally been used in family medicine and other primary care settings as a tool for providers to deliver care that is more compassionate and effective. The primary aims for using Baling groups are: (1) have a safe place where you can talk about interpersonal aspects of their work with patients, (2) helps encourages providers to see their patients as human beings who have a life and relationships outside the consulting room, and (3) gradually develop a deeper level of understanding of their patients’ feelings and their own. However, less attention has been given to using Balint groups as a vehicle for preventing burnout and compassion fatigue as well as promoting wellness among healthcare workers. This poster will provide a systematic literature review around topic areas of burnout and compassion fatigue in healthcare settings as well as offering structural strategies to promote workplace well-being. This poster will help providers and staff members with specific approaches on how to implement Balint groups as a means of creating a workplace environment full of vigor, connectedness, and worker engagement.