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Self-Care is a Must for Social Work Professionals

Self-Care is a Must for Social Work Professionals

Social workers, case managers, and family support workers are caregivers. They’re constantly putting their clients and work before themselves, which pushes their needs to the back burner unintentionally. This leads to burnout. Now, sprinkle the stressful effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on top of the conditions that already cause burnout. How do people combat burnout, especially during quarantine when getting massages and having spa days aren’t the safest choices for practicing self-care? 

Mothers Are Irreplaceable

Mothers Are Irreplaceable

A Mother's Day Poem By Intisar Seraaj In the beginning of our time together, The bond between mothers and their children are so physical.   Air kisses for their boo boo Forehead kisses when they boo-hoo Cheek kisses because they’re a part of you   Hugs when...

Using horticulture as a method of healing from trauma

Using horticulture as a method of healing from trauma

Non-traditional therapy is a term used to describe methods of mental health therapy that have limited evidence-based research. Although there may be a lack of scientific data about these non-traditional therapy techniques, there are plenty of testimonies about their positive effects. There is growing support for these techniques as viable resources for mental health and wellness. Horticulture therapy is one of those becoming more popular.

COVID-19 Quarantine Netflix Recommendations

COVID-19 Quarantine Netflix Recommendations

Due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic and global quarantine and social distancing sanctions, the world’s screen time has increased. Television streaming increased by 85% in March 2020 in the U.S., according to a report by Nielsen. Netflix is the top choice for Americans during this quarantine. So, if you’re a Netflix user, here are some upcoming titles we’re recommending for your watchlist. 

Activities For Youth With a Sensory Processing Disorder

Activities For Youth With a Sensory Processing Disorder

April is National Autism Awareness Month. One thing the public should be more aware of is how people with autism are often sensitive to their environments. Living with a sensory processing disorder can be difficult, but one way to combat this issue is by finding sensory-friendly environments that help people affected by this disorder comfortably acclimate.

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