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March is National Social Work Month. Help the Indiana Department of Child Services recognize the 650,000 professional social workers nationwide. We'll talk to a family case manager in Indiana and also a university professor. Join us for a discussion about how social workers help improve the lives of families as well as the changing roles of today's social workers.
Leila Clark interviews Lily Htoo from CEO regarding Suicide Risk and Prevention for LGBTQ Youth and what parents and the schools can do about it.
Lily Htoo interviews Leila Clark from UAlbany BSW program on Social Work Concerns for Immigrant and Refugee Population in Albany area.
Jesse Pangelinan, Deon Young Skylar, and Lily Htoo tackle the issue of LGBTQ suicide and what we can do as social workers to prevent and intervene in these issues. The host and guests will discuss these matters and get right to it!
Dialogue Hosts Bruce Friedman, Susan Minkita and Dennis Cogswell as they are joined by Special Guest Scott Sorensen, President Rural Social Work Caucus 19 May 2014 9:00 pm EST.
Topics discussed include Dual Relationships. Is Rural Social Work Practice more than following Advanced Generalist Practices, The July Rural Social Conference in New Mexico, and Rural Social Work Education Programs of Distinction. Call in at 347-327-9168. Dialogue with Us!
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This show is for helping professionals who provide direct care services whether it be social services, case management, resident services, health care, coaching, or education.
Join us as we welcome to our show Eva Forde author of How Not to Practice Social Work. She is going to provide some valuable tips and tools that can be incorporated into our professional practice. We will explore how the use of ethics helps us to become effective workers able to set healthy boundaries and reduce burnout.
Eva is a sought after trainer/motivator, and has worked at various governmental, non-governmental, private and corporate organizations helping them to build their intrapersonal and interpersonal skills.
When she is not taking on new learning challenges, you can find her representing the Jamaica Association of Social Workers, connecting with new and interesting people, or subscribing in yet another irresistible business or self-help blog.
Her first book- “How NOT to Practice Social Work”- has been called the “self-care survival reference guide for helping professionals” and is available on Amazon and CreateSpace.com.
Eva wants to live in a world where love is the international religion, where work equals play, and conscious capitalism eradicates all traces of poverty.
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Tony Angelo began developing his talent as a poetic writer of children's stories books. His first book, Inspiration, Encouragement, Humor, Motivation for children 'Go-bez Nibe: Very Clever Firefly' (2010), other books that followed are Honey I'M Home(2010)
Dawg Gone(2011), Cordon Bleu(2011) which is about a teenager uprooted but learns what is important, and Too Face(2011) about two young girls lives that reversed in their adult lives,
His collection of divergent books of civil comprehension can be found at Tony Angelo of Barns and Noble. Tony's professional expertise as a social worker for 30 years, his stance on the development of children's pure minds, is foremost important to assist them with knowledge and understanding for mental balance in their future.
Tony Angelo's children's books gives the reader the comprehension of discovering how to covenant with others through laughter, humility, logic, and the understanding that allows one to feel empathy for others, to name a few. The inspirational conception that is received by the children and parents alike is the "absorption of the knowledge in Tony's simple stories that have abundant colossal messages". Tony's influential stories reflect similarities that happen in our everyday lives. Tony is quoted, "There are many different backgrounds and identities that I have learned to embrace, simply with compassion and dignity". From Tony's past professional experience, "Children who learn to read early in life, are prepared to imagine a better understanding of their life as it unfolds into their future
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Kristin Meekhof graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Kalamazoo College with a major in psychology. She completed the clinical Master in Social Work program at the University of Michigan, and is a licensed social worker. When she lost her husband to a rare form of cancer, she quickly discovered what all widows learn at the very moment you are stripped of a partner, you must make crucial decisions that will impact the rest of your life.
Kristin was born in South Korea and was adopted as an infant after being abandoned on the street. She writes about healthy ways to transform difficult situations. She joins us today to discuss her new book, “A Widow's Guide to Healing: Gentle Support and Advice for the First 5 Years” co-authored with James Windell. Visit www.Kristinmeekhof.com.
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Careful consideration went into this interview with Dr. James H. Fallon. It is not every day that a boutique radio show like ours reaches out to a world-renowned neuroscientist, let alone one that has contributed immeasurably to the field of human behavior we avidly support. However, Dr. Fallon, who asked me simply to call him “Jim”, was easy to reach, glad to be of service, and said he was up for anything I wanted to ask him in this interview. He did ask that we stay away from personal stories that might negatively affect his family.
We have a large audience of survivors of psychological abuse, please be advised this show could be very triggering for some listeners. We’ve already privately shared this show with a few of our Behavioral Health practitioners. It was triggering for some of them due to the nature of how I was asked certain questions.
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What happens when a "empath" interviews a psychopath? Listen in to find out.
The headlines and news stories most times seem to highlight the negative issues associated with social media in education. However, social media is here to stay – and some school districts are finding that social media is a valuable tool in communicating with parents and the community. What can school districts dowith social media that will enhance their district's image? What forms of social media are effective? ?What are some pitfalls you may want to avoid? Please join NJSBA host Ray Pinney as he discusses these issues with Dr. Timothy Purnell, Superintendent in Somerville; Dr. James McLaughlin, superintendent in North Plainfield; and Michelle Vella, Assistant Superintendent for North Plainfield.
Through the power of technology and the daily pressures of keeping you and your brand in the forefront, it is very important to stay current and be on your game on a weekly, if not a daily basis. The number one goal most entrepreneurs are finding out is that is to their gain to remain in contact with there customer base as well as there new and potential clients.
Social Media Management is a very important attribute to any business small or large and to have the right person or company handling that for you is key. Today we discuss that topic, amongst others on how to stay ahead of the Social Media Curve, 2016!
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