Praise for Career Self-Care “Career Self-Care is a must-have guide for today's new world of work. Minda Zetlin helps you navigate toxic bosses, unreasonable demands, and feeling stuck in a job you hate. If you're ready to take your ...
Author: Minda Zetlin
Publisher: New World Library
Category: Business & Economics
MAKE EVERY WORKDAY BETTER Like the best advice from a therapist, career counselor, and savvy best friend, this practical resource details dozens of concrete ways to improve work life in any kind of job or entrepreneurial setting. As Minda Zetlin shows, basic self-care principles are the key, and they apply in both tranquil and turbulent times. Her prescriptions are action-ready and available to all. They include: taking doable steps to get from where you are to where you dream of being cultivating both mentors and sponsors (and understanding the difference) navigating the ongoing issues of gender and race bias at work dealing with toxic coworkers, including bosses supercharging the brain for reaching goals incorporating detoxifying mindfulness practices, such as ultra-brief meditation breaks, simple breathing exercises, and power journaling Not just another list of things to do, this invaluable book is there to help in moments of overwhelm or indecision, at the end of a long day, or any time when you need a reminder of your whole-self aspirations and what you’re capable of.
Self-care involves unique challenges at each developmental stage in a career. How you meet these tasks during graduate school has implications for how well you will be able to address them throughout your career.
Author: Gerald Corey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Self-care is critical for effective and ethical counseling practice and this inspirational book offers diverse, realistic perspectives on how to achieve work–life balance and personal wellness from graduate school through retirement. In addition to the authors’ unique perspectives as professionals at different stages of their careers, guest contributors—ranging from graduate students, to new professionals, to seasoned counselors—share their experiences and thoughts about self-care, including what challenges them most. Both personal and conversational in tone, this book will help you to create your own practical self-care action plan through reflection on important issues, such as managing stress, establishing personal and professional boundaries, enhancing relationships, and finding meaning in life.
Furthermore, new obstacles will continue to present themselves throughout your professional career, making self-care an ongoing effort. Despite this, you cannot afford to ignore or to postpone the integration of self-care and ...
Author: Leigh A. Carter
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Self-care for Clinicians in Training: A Guide to Psychological Wellness for Graduate Students in Psychology assists readers in recognizing the challenges and stressors common to being a graduate student and instructs them in maintaining a career-long lifestyle of self-care. Successfully navigating graduate school requires much more than completing coursework and clinical experiences; graduate students in psychology make countless sacrifices and dedicate what may feel like a never-ending amount of time and energy in the pursuit of professional training. As such, many students put their own needs and well-being on hold or overlook them entirely. This can negatively impact coursework, clinical work, as well as one's relationships and health. This book teaches how to recognize risk factors that contribute to problems with psychological and emotional functioning and highlights preventative and reparative strategies that foster a lifestyle of self-care. The authors also encourage readers to consider self-care and psychological wellness beyond themselves, expanding to monitoring the well-being of peers and establishing cultures of self-care within their training programs. This book will be an essential resource to students in psychology graduate programs as well as those across the mental health professions
One of the biggest challenges of this career is balancing self- care while also being present and available to your patients who often have overwhelming needs. (Jo Ellen, professor and therapist in private practice) ...
Author: Ann F. Garland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Mental health services
Many people are interested in pursuing a career in mental health but may be uncertain about career options. This book helps to identify the best educational path for their interests and prepares them for success. Alongside practical guidance about job possibilities and educational requirements, the book also teaches about the ethical and legal components of mental health and how to prevent career burnout. Thought-provoking chapters promote balanced respect for boththe healing art and the science of mental health and forecast innovations that will shape the future of the field.
What does self-care look like? 13. Holistic wellbeing 14. Personal development 15. Try something new 16. Our space, ourselves 17. Financial wellbeing 18. Money truths 19. The career identity crisis 20. Do a career self-audit 21.
Author: Anastasia Charisiou
Publisher: Hachette UK
Self-care isn't selfish. Just the opposite; we are at our best when we embrace selfcompassion, self-forgiveness and self-love. Our mental, physical, spiritual and emotional wellbeing all hinge on a well-rounded self-care practice. Simple Self-care is a practical guide to reclaim the parts of yourself you've neglected or judged unkindly; to accept and heal pain from the past; and to step into your power as you look to the future. With powerful words and hard-won life lessons, Anastasia Charisiou is your companion along the life-changing, sometimes uncomfortable but infinitely rewarding journey to self-care. If you're reading this, you're taking the first step towards a life of authenticity, purpose and connection - and you deserve no less.
Author: Alfred J. MalinowskiPublish On: 2014-09-21
Peer support can be especially helpful early in one's career (Barlow and Phelan 2007). ... Colleagues can also advise young counselors on personal selfcare techniques including what they may have learned earlier in their career, ...
Author: Alfred J. Malinowski
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Dr. Alfred J. Malinowski's book provides a comprehensive resource on self-care for those working in the field of psychotherapy. Beginning with an exploration of the role and duties of the mental health practitioner, Dr. Malinowski describes how the demands of practice can lead therapists to diminished psychological well-being. He explores the impact this can have and, through an examination of the latest research, reiterates the importance of the self-care of the practitioner. He presents a number of self-care techniques and strategies and explains how they can be applied to maintain psychological, spiritual, physical and social well-being. A final section explores the need for additional training for psychotherapists in the area of the hazards and self-care, both in graduate courses for future clinicians and to help experienced therapists continue learning and practicing self-care principles in their daily lives. Highlighting the importance of self-care in the psychotherapy profession, this book will be of immeasurable value to psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, and other mental health professionals.
See also Self-care boundaries and, 119–120 cognitive restructuring and, 137–138 creativity and growth and, 234 environment and, 191–192 hazards of the career and, 64–66 nurturing relationships, 97–98 person of the psychotherapist and, ...
Author: John C. Norcross
Publisher: Guilford Publications
"Mental health professionals provide better care to their clients when they care for themselves. This highly practical guide--now revised and expanded with even more self-care strategies--has helped thousands of busy psychotherapists balance their personal and professional lives. The book presents 13 research-informed self-care strategies and offers concrete methods for integrating them into daily life. Featuring examples and insights from master therapists, every chapter concludes with a self-care checklist. Infused with a positive message of self-renewal and growth, the book shows clinicians how to leave distress at the office and tend actively to their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Key Words/Subject Areas: psychotherapy, psychotherapists, clinicians, self-care strategies, self-care checklists, professional development, personal development, healthy boundaries, burnout prevention, stress management, supervision, supervisory relationships, resilience, resilient, vicarious traumatization, compassion fatigue, countertransference Audience: Clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses; graduate students and trainees in these fields"--
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Author: Kadri Aavik
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This book focuses on the multiple and diverse masculinities ‘at work’. Spanning both historical approaches to the rise of ‘profession’ as a marker of masculinity, and critical approaches to the current structures of management, employment and workplace hierarchy, the book questions what role masculinity plays in cultural understandings, affective experiences and mediatised representations of a professional ‘career’.
Her self-awareness allowed her to eventually care for herself, and in her new unit, she provides compassionate ... can have significant consequences to your career, to the patients you care for, and to the organizations you work in.
Author: Dorrie K. Fontaine
Publisher: Sigma Theta Tau
Self-Care for New and Student Nurses presents techniques to prepare you for stressors present now and those to come. No matter where you are in your nursing career, this book offers you multiple ways to prioritize your own mental, physical, and emotional health.
Effective supervisors recognize the importance of self-care; and they model these self-care behaviors for their ... and health (financial); and being proactive in enhancing career satisfaction by diversifying professional activities and ...
Author: Dennis J. Simon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Supervision is a core professional competency requiring specific training for the benefit of supervisees, clients, and the profession. Supervision in School Psychology: The Developmental, Ecological, Problem-solving Model examines specific factors that contribute to successful supervision in school psychology, including the integration of a developmental process of training, the ecological contexts that impact practice, and evidence-based problem-solving strategies. Written for graduate students, researchers, and professionals in the field of school psychology, this book provides thorough, specific, and immediately applicable methods and principles for supervisory practice. Featuring a diverse set of pedagogical tools, Supervision in School Psychology is an important resource for navigating the distinct challenges specific to the demanding and diverse core competencies associated with supervision in school-based settings.