Taking Care Of You: A Guide to Self-Care for Human Service Workers

Taking care of all aspects of yourself will increase the likelihood that you stay well. Learn about some tips on how to care for yourself. In this video, you will learn to identify Physical & Emotional Energy drains with their remedies. Some techniques to improve well-being and how to develop your self-care plan.

About the speaker:
Sarah Wood ([email protected]) is a Trainer/Educator III for the State of Delaware’s Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF) and has been with DSCYF for over 7 years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science and a certificate in Child Advocacy Studies from Wilmington University and in 2018 received her Master’s degree in Administration of Human Services. Sarah is a member of the Statewide Training Advisory Network of Delaware. Through the Beau Biden Foundation, she became a facilitator for Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children program in 2018. Sarah is a co-chair for the Juvenile HTICC Training sub-committee for DSCYF. She is also a participating member of Wilmington University’s Ad Hoc Human Trafficking Board and Behavioral Science Advisory Board.

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