Self Care for Professionals and Providers of Health and Human Services
This class offers tools and management strategies for social workers, clinicians, and health and human service professionals and providers. Self-care is an essential skill for direct support workers.
Self-care refers to activities and practices that we can engage in on a regular basis to reduce stress and maintain and enhance our short-and longer-term personal and professional health and well-being. The learning and practice of self-care teaches the utilization of tools to reduce, cope with, and heal from the affects of stressors that arise.
This session has been approved for 1.50 hours at the LSW, LMSW & LCSW levels by the National Association of Social Workers- Idaho Chapter and may be applied toward continuing education requirement for social work renewal.
Session Category : Adult Developmental Behavioral Health Direct Support Employment Kids Developmental Parents