Episode 48: Self-Care for Social Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Kristen Lee

NASW Social Work Talks Podcast

We speak with NASW member Kristen Lee, Ed.D., LICSW, about how social workers can practice self-care during the coronavirus pandemic.

Lee is a professor of Behavioral Science at Northeastern University, and is the author of "Mentalligence" and "Reset." With more than 20 years' experience as a clinician, educator, researcher and parent, she speaks about her area of expertise: preventing and treating burnout.

Published March 17, 2020

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Dr. Lee is author of "Mentalligence: A New Psychology of Thinking: Learn What It Takes To Be More Agile, Mindful and Connected in Today's World" and "Reset: Make the Most of Your Stress."


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Social workers are in a unique position to promote disease prevention efforts (including disseminating accurate information from trusted sources), and to help address anxiety and other concerns that are arising as a result of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. NASW has gathered resources to support social workers in this role.
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