Tag Archives: self-care

Friday Factoid: Self-care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Katelyn Yunes, MS WKPIC Doctoral Intern   As discussed previously in the March article review, there are psychological implications from spending time in quarantine, particularly for healthcare workers. Over the past few weeks, several stores, companies, and restaurants began providing … Continue reading

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Friday Factoids: Psychology Got Talent! (Or, the art of recognizing and valuing true productivity while promoting self-care in others.)

  If you would like to become more productive while at the same time having more free time for yourself, you need to etch the ratio 52:17 into your mind. According to an article in the BBC health Column, the … Continue reading

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Compassion Fatigue

As a Peer Support Specialist, I have to be very cautious about taking care of myself.  Yes, I am in recovery, but I am not cured. I still have what is considered a serious mental illness.  If I were to … Continue reading

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Friday Factoids: Therapist–Or Hypocrite?

    No one wants to be called a hypocrite. A hypocrite means you are a fraud. You say one thing but live in a different way. How many times are we hypocrites as therapists?   We tell our clients … Continue reading

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