Three school counselors delve into the culture of public education and the challenges of practicing self care in a helping profession. Discover resources, techniques, and research to support your own self-care journey. PS: You don't have to be an educator to listen.
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This is an excellent podcast and though intended for educators it has a much broader appeal. I think anyone in a caregiver profession or anyone in need of a little self care would find this podcast both helpful and entertaining. more
This podcast not only has good insights and tools, but it is a good reminder of the need to take time personally for myself. I am an LPCC and a missionary, and I realize that it is easy to stay busy and focus on helping others and neglect to do small daily self care activities. When I do, not only am I happier but more effective.
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Self Care to Go launched 6 months ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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