It is well documented that social workers are at high risk for workplace stress. Practice settings have been increasingly stressful, marked by high demands and scarce resources. Although prevention and intervention self-care strategies to combat workplace stress are plentiful, some studies suggest they can be ineffective because little is known about the behavioral, cognitive, and emotional processes that undergird individual experiences of stress (Beer et al., 2021). Additionally, an individual-level approach neglects the role of the workplace itself as a potential cause of the stress experienced by its employees. Regardless of multiple contributing factors, the influence of stress on our health remains a threat to our professional and personal wellness. Stress deserves increased attention given studies that uncover the extent of negative health outcomes and the prevalence of physical health problems experienced by social workers throughout their careers (Steen & Kravitz, 2023).