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Self-Care

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Self- Care The  Self-Care Assessment  can be used to examine the ways in which you are practicing self-care and whether there are imbalances across different domains of well-being. It may also give you ideas for additional things you can do in the future to help prevent stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue, and also to maintain and enhance your well-being. (If you have worked through the “Developing Your Self-Care Plans” section – as we would encourage you to do – you may have already completed this assessment.) Childhood Trauma Difficult early life experiences may put you at increased risk for retraumatization experiences while working with clients who report their own trauma histories. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study (Felitti et al., 1998) examined the prevalence of childhood abuse and household dysfunction in a large adult sample and found a linear relationship between the number of events experienced as a child and heightened risk of a range of physical illn
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Smart Phone Apps for Mental Health

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Having a panic attack? There's an iPhone   app   for that. Many mental health specialists are developing online applications for mobile phones and other technology.

Smart Phone Apps for Relaxation and Stress Reduction

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Smart Phone Apps for Relaxation and Stress Reduction