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Mindfulness & Well-Being

This guide is dedicated to providing mindfulness and well-being resources for a variety of academic areas.



Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work 

Social Work Education

Social Work 


Suggested Readings

Botta, A. A., Cadet, T. J., & Maramaldi, P. (2015). Reflections on a quantitative, group--based mindfulness study with social work students. Social Work With Groups, (2), 93. doi:10.1080/01609513.2014.975885

Garland, E. (n.d). Mindfulness Research in Social Work: Conceptual and Methodological Recommendations. Social Work Research, 37(4), 439-448.

Trowbridge, K., & Mische Lawson, L. (2016). Mindfulness-based interventions with social workers and the potential for enhanced patient-centered care: A systematic review of the literature. Social Work In Health Care, 55(2), 101. doi:10.1080/00981389.2015.1094165

Newsome, S., Waldo, M., & Gruszka, C. (2012). Mindfulness Group Work: Preventing Stress and Increasing Self-Compassion among Helping Professionals in Training. Journal For Specialists In Group Work, 37(4), 297-311.

Gockel, A., Burton, D., James, S., & Bryer, E. (n.d). Introducing Mindfulness as a Self-Care and Clinical Training Strategy for Beginning Social Work Students. Mindfulness, 4(4), 343-353.