For professionals frequently exposed to indirect trauma, secondary traumatic stress (STS) is an expected occupational hazard; however, strategies for addressing it have historically almost exclusively focused on the individual, prescribing self-care and self-help methods without considering the role that workplace factors play. Responding to the well-documented phenomenon of STS many scholars have called for a bifocal perspective that, like a pair of bifocal lenses, keeps two distinct points in clear focus and considers individual and the organizational outcomes over time to address STS (Sprang et al., 2019; Molnar, Sprang, Killian, Gottfried, Emery, & Bride, 2017; Salanova, Bakker & Llorens, 2006).