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Counselor Self-Care Second Edition

Counselor Self-Care, Second Edition

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"Counselor Self-Care offers a multigenerational perspective on how counselors can prioritize and take stock of our self-care regimens and put self-care plans into action. Through the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustice, political polarization, and more, this book helps us pause and realize what is within our control and challenges us to lead meaningful lives with practices that nourish our bodies, minds, and spirits."

—Christine Suniti Bhat, PhD
Ohio University
ACA President, 2024-2025

"This book belongs on your bedside table, not on your bookshelf. Start or end your day with a chapter in this engaging book and be inspired to attend to your self-care on a regular basis. Each chapter focuses on a vital aspect of self-care that will invite you to personalize the material and make self-care work for you as an enjoyable and enriching experience!"

—Barbara Herlihy, PhD
University of Texas at San Antonio

This highly anticipated second edition written for students, clinicians, educators, and supervisors offers practical perspectives on the lifelong quest for personal wellness. Through conversational and deeply personal narratives, the authors reveal their self-care journeys at different stages of their careers, and 39 guest contributors-ranging from graduate students to counseling veterans-share how they overcome setbacks and prioritize self-care to maintain competent, ethical practice.

Topics include practicing self-care throughout your career, strategies for managing stress, establishing personal and professional boundaries, enhancing relationships, finding meaning in life, and creating a realistic self-care plan. Firsthand accounts throughout the book have been updated, and new narratives have been added on self-care practices for healing from grief, self-care for grief counselors, staying committed to self-care, global self-care practices, permission to be, creating balance among chaos, making self-care nonnegotiable, contemplations at midcareer, and self-care planning.
Gerald Corey, Michelle Muratori, Jude T. Austin II, and Julius A. Austin
May 24, 2023