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Five Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout in Social Work
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 As in all service-oriented professions, people in social work have to utilise a lot of their energies into working for the needs of others, and in the long run can find it to be quite draining! To be able to care for others, one must feel cared for; by others, yes, but equally importantly by oneself.

This video encapsulates five simple tips for those in social work to avoid an exhaustion of energies, although they are equally valid for anyone doing any kind of sustained work.

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