This infographic describes how child welfare organizations can center child welfare worker well-being to better support children and families.
Document Category: Burnout
This product summarizes how leaders can use retention reviews to collect ideas on how to improve employees’ work experiences and recognize their efforts.
Burnout is a significant concern among child welfare professionals, leading to high turnover and reducing service quality. This document summarizes a study that examines how hope and resilience can reduce burnout and turnover in the child welfare workforce.
This infographic describes how peer support can reduce burnout and improve worker well-being, including how organizations can champion peer support and what peers can do.
This guidebook provides practical tips & tools for working with children and youth who have experienced trauma (and for the adults who love them, too).
Click the links to access the top 10 self-care resources shared on NCWWI social media during 2021
This scale examines some of the more effective physical, psychological and spiritual methods of staying balanced and preventing burnout. If you have any concerns about your state of emotional health, you should consult with a mental health professional. The scale is not a clinical diagnostic instrument and is provided for educational purposes.
This two page document lists six self-care strategies.
This one page document provides examples of music playlists to include in a self-care plan.
This one page document lists links to self-care resources.