Fill Your Cup with Self-Care Strategies from Our Latest Webinar
In the latest from The Break Room, our member-facing webinar series, Premise Health’s director of behavioral health, Amanda Chase, LPC, provides tangible self-care methods to help you put yourself first and cultivate stronger mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing.
During “Refresh with Self-Care,” Amanda breaks down the different types of self-care and emphasizes the importance of keeping your cup full. She also describes your body’s signs to slow down, helping you become more aware of your personal needs before you feel overwhelmed.
Watch the recording below to learn more about self-care and how to add it to your routine in an attainable way that doesn’t feel overwhelming. Our goal is to help alleviate stress, not add more of it.
Why We All Need Self-Care
Self-care is what refuels our engines and helps us keep going, and with COVID-19 shifting the way we live as a society, it has become even more important to tune into our needs. Things like setting boundaries, moving the body, and scheduling quiet time can improve our state of mind and quality of life. We hope you find these techniques to be helpful, informative, and motivating.
Begin Your Self-Care Journey with Premise Health
At Premise Health, we provide whole-person care. This means we focus on your physical and mental health to help you get, stay, and be well. If you’re a member or think you may be a member, speak with your employer to learn more about the healthcare services available to you.
Employers, contact us to find out how we can help support your employees with a comprehensive range of services, such as in-person and virtual behavioral health, wellness coaching, primary care, and more. Prioritizing your people is essential to retaining top talent and making your employees feel valued, and self-care is an essential component of that.
Disclaimer: If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please go to the nearest emergency department or dial 911. For a non-emergent mental health crisis, call or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988.