Self-care Summer: Mindfulness Practice, Two for One
The heavy toll that can come from doing emotionally difficult work requires a conscious application of creativity and energy to move it forward. Article and artwork by #socialworker Kate Scowsmith.
Your Client Is More Tired Than You Are
Establish your leadership brand as a #socialworker
Is Google good for your #socialwork client?
Is paradoxical intervention ethical?
Social work is both challenging and rewarding. These strategies can help you shift from compassion fatigue to compassion satisfaction.
Leisure time is not a luxury. It is evidence-based best practice and a basic human right. #selfcare
On June 11, 2018, Net Neutrality officially ended. What was Net Neutrality all about? And how will the end of it affect social work?
Don't delay joy. Find it in small packages.
There is consensus among major social work, mental health, medical, and other helping professional organizations that the separation of children from their parents at the U.S. border is inhumane and harmful. Use these resources to take action.
We all need balance. Take time off, even when things are going great at work. #selfcare
Suicide is a public health problem that can and must be prevented. National Council for Behavioral Health president and CEO Linda Rosenberg responds to recent suicides in the news.
New! Applying to #socialwork #gradschool? These 5 tips are for you
A common metaphor depicts self-care as the emergency mask used in air travel. However, the “mask metaphor” is limited.
Book review of Sometimes Amazing Thing Happen: Heartbreak and Hope on the Bellevue Hospital Psychiatric Prison Ward