The Healer Within Foundation/Institute for Integral Qigong and Tai Chi
130 S Patterson Ave #1447, Santa Barbara, CA 93116 : Phone 805-617-3390
American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242 | Contact Support
Telephone: (800) 374-2721; (202) 336-5500 | TDD/TTY: (202) 336-6123
(Most supportive, care for others) – Society for Human Resource Management – this professional association was created as a resource for Human Resource professionals. Because the purpose of HR pros is essentially to take care of the people in their organizations, they very often require a very robust support system. This is definitely one.
- Potential guest speakers.
- Free materials used for your work/self.
- Possible audiovisual or curricular material to support your work/self.
- Detail how you believe you could/would use this agency in your occupational setting.
Identify 3 appropriate sites and detail at least one site you believe to be most appropriate for each of the 3 levels of care, (share with a hyperlink) stating clearly how you will use this site to benefit your work/self. Provide examples where possible of 1) Materials available 2) How could material/information be used?
The MindBody App (available on your favorite app store) – created by the Mindbody company (a provider of software to fitness and wellness studios) the app assists in finding local wellness classes, can track your activity, steps taken and calories burned. It helps manage your fitness classes that you have booked in the past and can help you build a schedule or track fitness passes.
Cloud, H. (2010). Necessary endings : the employees, businesses, and relationships that all of us have to give up in order to move forward. Harperbusiness.
In a very accessible way, Dr. Cloud writes about importance of recognizing and accepting the endings in our lives as a way to make room for new things to grow. The book is filled with practical examples that can apply to a variety of circumstances to individual lives. Sections can be used to help those who are stuck and move toward their own growth and progress.
Sapolsky, Robert. 2004. Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers. New York: Holt.
This book is a great resource describing details about stress and the negative affects of chronic stress. Portions of the book can be used for material to better understand stress and its physiological impacts on the body including the underlying biochemistry involved.
Kübler-Ross, E., & Kessler, D. (2014). On grief & grieving : finding the meaning of grief through the five stages of loss. Simon & Schuster.
Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, author of her landmark book, On Death and Dying, teams up with David Kessler to explore grief through the 5 stages of loss model. This book, or portions of it can be utilized to define and explain the stages of grief and how it can be applied to all forms of loss.