Have a self-care tip that you’re dying to share? Did you read a book that you think is a must have for others in the helping professions? Or do you just have something on your mind that you think others might be interested in too?
Consider writing a guest post for Self-Care Magazine!
Here’s what you need to know:
Self-Care Magazine is currently accepting submissions between 500 and 2,000 words in length (longer pieces are acceptable if they can be broken up into a two or more part piece). We are not able to pay for submissions at this point, but you may include a link to you personal blog, website, or practice in the Author’s biography section at the bottom of the page.
All pieces must be original work. They should pertain to self-care, compassion fatigue, burnout, secondary trauma or related issues. Articles should be useful to those in the helping professions, but can also appeal to a wider audience. You may also choose to write about a specific profession or type of work.
Of particular interest are:
- Articles that are written from the point of view of people in different helping professions or aimed at members of a specific profession (i.e. health care workers, first responders, mental health counselors, etc.)
- Articles that are written from diverse racial/gender/age/ethnic perspectives
- Book Reviews
- “How to” articles
- Articles that explain different aspects of self-care, compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, or burnout
- Self Care Tips and Practices
You must link to references for any facts or statistics in your article.
Have an idea or article you want to share?
Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.