5-4-3-2-1: A Grounding Practice

Mindfulness is an essential practice for working through trauma, anxiety, and other intense emotions. There are many practices under this umbrella, but today, we're going to focus on one practice in particular, 5-4-3-2-1. To break it down, this grounding practice includes all 5 senses. Through engaging our senses, it allows our emotions to be grounded... Continue Reading →

Take Your Lunch Break & Other Social Work Boundaries

Social work is often associated with overwhelm, low pay, and high caseloads. Though these can absolutely be true, and are too often seen in this field, it is possible to have a work-life balance, actively use self care, and not get burned out. A key factor in what makes or breaks this is the use... Continue Reading →

Ep. 2 New Year Resolutions & Reflections | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Hello everyone! Listen to Episode 2 of The Thought Bubble podcast where I dive into my 2020 Resolutions, my past Resolutions, and how we can make the most out of this wonderful life we've been given as humans and social workers! Donate!Support The Thought Bubble so we can continue creating great content for great social... Continue Reading →

Grad School Reflections from an MSW Student

My first semester of grad school is over! Tomorrow, I am making up an absence for my field placement, but after that, it is officially done! In May 2019, I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Social Work, and began an Advanced Standing program to graduate with my Master of Social Work in May... Continue Reading →

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