Self-care doesn’t have to be complicated. The most important thing about self-care is that it’s personal to you. Sometimes it’s important to go back to the basics. Read more

Self Care

Your relationship with self-care and burnout doesn't have to be awkward. Use mindfulness, optimism, and purposefulness, and invest in your relationship with yourself. Read more

Self Care

You may feel that you don't have time for "formal" mindfulness practice. Here is a way to incorporate mindfulness into your everyday activities. Read more

Self-Care Summer

Meditation, self-compassion breaks, and gratitude are ways to extend the same generosity to yourself that you extend as a helper to others. Read more

Self-Care Summer

Most people are not awake at 5 a.m. But this is the chosen time and this is when I awaken to take care of myself. For a very long time, I have had a meditation practice. Read more

Self-Care Summer

The recent trend toward coloring books for adults inspired the creation of these coloring pages for social workers, from Nate Crowell, blogger at Read more

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Anneke Krakers, a Dutch social worker, offers a visualization and virtual journey for social workers. Read more

Social Work Month Project 2016

Mindfulness is a conscious effort to be with whatever is going on right now, without judging or criticizing what we find. In each moment, mindfulness invites us to be awake, aware, and accepting of ourselves. Read more

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Ogden Rogers on mass shootings, monks, mindfulness, and caring for all beings. Read more



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