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Congratulations!! You have healthy boundaries at work!!

Stop right there, and give yourself on a pat on the back!

That's a huge accomplishment! It's not easy to set and maintain healthy boundaries at work.

 

Having healthy boundaries is essential for highly sensitive social workers and other helping professions to stay well and prevent burnout. When you have healthy boundaries at work, your sensitive strengths shine through and your sensitivity becomes a superpower.

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It's important to note that boundaries are not the only way to prevent burnout!

 

Since you already have healthy boundaries established, you're in a great place to adopt some additional burnout prevention skills.  

Check out the mini-training below for my tips on how to set yourself up for long-term success in your career. 

Additional Resources mentioned in the mini-lesson: 

Here's how we'll move you from overwhelmed to rejuvenated
in Social Worker Refresh

Each day, for 14 days, you'll have access to a new introspective exercise. 
 

I'll share insights and reflections on the day's theme, as well as step-by-step instructional videos on various exercises and practices that foster reflection, connection and joy.

  • Art Exercises: Mindful art activities that focus on process over outcome (what a relief, eh?) and allow for playful creativity and presence.

  • Movement Practices: Simple and powerful ways to move your body that soothe the nervous system and release stress. (Modify as you like; let your body be your guide.)

  • Guided Meditations: Settle in, connect with your breath and turn inward. These practices of listening to your inner knowing and getting to know yourself a bit better will induce a sense of calm and ease. (Yes, please.)

  • Journaling Prompts: Guiding questions for reflection and self-exploration to bring clarity and understanding of your inner wisdom and true self. (Whether you're "into" journaling or not, these prompts will help get your wheels turning.)

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