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Managing Stress With Self-Care Handout

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Self-care is the intentional practice of improving or maintaining oneself. There are different types of self-care: physical self-care, mental self-care, and emotional self-care. It can be a struggle for clients with busy schedules, but thankfully, there are small manageable steps that make a huge difference.

The Managing Stress With Self-Care Handout is designed for clients who need guidance on activities that support their well-being. It lists 7 strategies to choose from, such as carving out special moments for oneself and creating a playlist of feel-good songs. At the bottom of the handout, clients will find a “Me Time” pledge to reinforce their commitment to practice self-care.

Engaging in self-care helps kids and teens feel more empowered and reduces feelings of helplessness. This handout can be taught in classrooms and after-school programs. For more ideas, we recommend checking out our 101 Self-Care Activities for Kids & Teens handout.

Feel free to download our 39-page Stress Management Handouts Bundle for many more stress relief options in a visually appealing and educational format.

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  2. Martínez, N., Connelly, C. D., Pérez, A., & Calero, P. (2021). Self-care: A concept analysis. International Journal of Nursing Sciences, 8(4), 418–425. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnss.2021.08.007
  3. Pryjmachuk, S., Elvey, R., Kirk, S., Kendal, S., Bower, P., & Catchpole, R. (2014, June 1). Background. Developing a Model of Mental Health Self-care Support for Children and Young People Through an Integrated Evaluation of Available Types of Provision Involving Systematic Review, Meta-analysis and Case Study - NCBI Bookshelf. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK262970/
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