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Advocate trauma is a public health problem – not an individual defect. We know that community problems require community solutions. For this reason, WOW Self Care School works at every level of the spectrum of prevention to promote self-care and to prevent advocate trauma.
We provide holistic support services for individual helping professionals, educate service providers and community leaders, build individual and organizational resilience, and advocate for change to the policies, systems, and norms that keep helping professionals from accessing the help the need.
Together, we are building a movement of radical self-compassion for helping professionals everywhere.
Self Care & Messaging
This messaging framework is designed to help advocates, resource mobilizers, and communications professionals make the case to influencers, policymakers, and leaders to prioritize self-care, as an essential approach to increasing access to healthcare and to achieve universal health coverage (UHC).
History of Self Care
The Radical History of Self Care. From Socrates to the 21st Century. Self Care is not marketing for soothing products. Learn the facts. Educate the educators.
Guidelines For Developing A Professional Self Care Program
A step by step guide for peak bodies and memberships organising whishing to implement Self Care Education
Emergency Self Care Worksheets, Boundaries, Professional Supervision, Important Networks and Contacts. Your own little black book of Self Care.
Articles In The Press
NBC News Online: What is Self Care? Self-care has become a ‘ubiquitous prescription for wellbeing’ and now everyone is talking about self-care.
Self-Care vs Self-Soothing: The Hijacking of Science by the Marketing Industry
The marketing industry is taking over the self-care movement.
Self Care as a professional virtue for lawyers - Caroline Strevens (University of Portsmouth, UK), Rachael Field (Bond University, Australia), and Nigel Duncan (The City Law School, City University, London)
How to explore spiritual self care - Thrive Global Kathie Melocco
A framework for self care - Thrive Global Kathie Melocco
Self care for psychologists - Lifeline's learnings
The Importance of self care - TED Talks