This page gives you links to Vivian Baruch articles about self care, trauma counselling in supervision, supervision groups in private practice and a video interview by my colleague Clinton Power asking me about Self-Care for Therapists: How Do You Know When You Can’t Keep Giving?
Here I write about the things to be aware of as a counsellor when you consider what self-care entails.
This is a very detailed article on creating your own comprehensive programme of self-care based on five core modules of body, emotions, mind, spirit and ethics.
In this article I talk about the various ways that supervisors canhelp their supervisees deal with any consequences arising from seeing clients who have experienced trauma.
Here I compare two models of group supervision which supervisors can use in their private practice.
Watch me being interviewed about Self Care by my colleague Clinton Power.
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