Self-care resources for professionals
Guide to Self-Care
Self-care is an opportunity to make a better you. Take time for yourself when you experience stressful or traumatic events, especially the loss of an infant or child.
Grief and Self-Care Resources
While the families you work with need grief and self-care resources, you may need them, too. We compiled a list of eight resources to help you.
Bereavement Caregiver Burnout Survey
Take this self-assessment to see if you’re on the path to caregiver burnout. Then read Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s practical guidelines for caring for yourself.
The self-care wheel illustrates six aspects of life balance. Use the ideas in each segment to improve your self-care.
Learn about compassion resilience, the ability to maintain strength, hope and purpose while providing compassionate care.
Use this group activity as an icebreaker or meeting starter to encourage participants to think about their self-care.
25 Self-Care Ideas
Find simple ways to incorporate self-care into your daily life.
What about you: Self-care for caregivers
Use this workbook to learn how to identify, measure and manage stress.
Well Badger Resource Center
Comprehensive health and wellness resources for Wisconsin residents.