Kori Bloomquist

Social Worker Self-Care: Practice, Perceptions, and Professional Well-Being

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Kori Bloomquist

In this episode, Kori Bloomquist discusses research related to social worker self-care practice and perceptions, and professional well-being. Ms. Bloomquist describes social workers’ reported self-care practices across five domains as well as their perceptions of self-care. She also discusses relationships between social worker self-care practices and perceptions and indicators of professional well-being, including compassion satisfaction, secondary traumatic stress, and burnout. Furthermore, Ms. Bloomquist talks about implications for social work education, practice, and research.

Interviewer: Elaine Hammond, LMSW

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