Self-Care Assessments, Exercises, and Activities:
http://socialwork.buffalo.edu/resources/self-care-starter-kit/self-care-assessments-exercises.htmlLinks to an external site.
Self-Care Exercises and Activities:
http://socialwork.buffalo.edu/resources/self-care-starter-kit/self-care-assessments-exercises/exercises-and-activities.htmlLinks to an external site.
How to Flourish in Social Work:
http://socialwork.buffalo.edu/resources/self-care-starter-kit/how-to-flourish-in-social-work.htmlLinks to an external site.
Ready, Set, Smart.
https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/self-care/ready-set-smart-ticket-to-successful-social-worker-self-care-in-new-year/Links to an external site.
The below link includes videos and the transcript of the videos about caseload, work balance, and child records):
https://www.open.edu/openlearn/body-mind/social-care/social-work/protecting-our-children-video-extras-1-3Links to an external site.
Social Worker Burnout:
https://onlinemsw.fsu.edu/blog/social-worker-burnoutLinks to an external site.
(FSWSocialWork. (2020 Oct 21). Social worker stress. . YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9h5DhKkoI8&t=61s.)
Please view the video: “A Day in the Life of a Social Worker.”
(Motion Pictures Television Fund. (2016 April 16). A day in the life of a social worker. . YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xqSY3nODbg.)
Please consider the following questions in your discussion post:
• Please share your thoughts after reviewing this video.• Did you learn any new information about the role of a Social Worker?
To receive full credit, you will need to post one initial post with a minimum of 250 words