Ethics & Self-Care: Recalibrating Our Approach through Mindful Self-Compassion
The COVID-19 pandemic has become a defining moment in our world since March 2020. Helping professionals were thrust into a whole new experience of service delivery including navigating how to support clients while encountering their own difficult situations. When professionals are under stress, working with clients can become challenging, creating ethical dilemmas. This session incorporates strategies that allow helping professionals to pause, reflect, and adjust how we approach our work in complex ethical cases with a stronger commitment to self-care. Participants will leave with a framework...Read more for connecting ethics to self-care by engaging in several mindful self-compassion practices. Less...
- Identify the significant impact the pandemic has had on helpers across a range of settings.
- Describe the ethical responsibilities of practicing self-care and promoting resiliency as a helping professional.
- Explore ways of integrating mindful self-compassion practices into one's and personal and professional life.
Friday, January 27, 2023
09:00 AM CST - 12:00 PM CSTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Sandra A. López, LCSW-S, ACSW
National Association of Social Work, and the Latino Social Workers of Greater Houston. Sandra is a staunch advocate of promoting self-care and resiliency in the social work and helping professions.
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