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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.
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.
Social Workers helping childrens and families process traumatic events
Join MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer on www.blogtalkradio.com Thursday October 31st 8-9 PM for a look at social work and the military. Social Worker Carla Giglio combines social work training at Touro College and University in New York, New York with Navy Reserve Boot Camp in Illinois to enhance her craft. What was it like? What did she learn? Why would she take such , many would experience, extreme steps, to enhance her learning and understanding of the military population with whom she seeks to work?
Most people acknowledge that mental health issues are not handled as seriously as other health issues. There are misunderstandings, victim blaming, and the inaccurate belief that someone living with mental illness can simply 'cheer up' or get through it. What most people don't know is the diverse ways in which social workers exist in the world of mental health. There is not only a myriad of ways that social workers practice, but also a requirement for diversity and cultural competence and an ever-present need for diversity among providers. Join us as we discuss these issues and their impact on the trans* community.
Tune in tonight as The Strong Stance talks with Julian Harris. Julian is a 2nd year MSW student at Howard University where he is concentrating on mental health and trauma, and he is currently interning at the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing. He formerly co-facilitated DCATS support groups and was a Team Leader for HIPS. Julian is a black trans-man, living in Washington, DC.
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Ayana DaSilva is a proud mother and wife with a Masters of Social Work. She has ten years of experience as a practicing Psychotherapist working with children and families, using a Family Systems & Cognitive-Behavioral milieu, to help strengthen the bond and attachment of the parent/child relationship
Val Ford has been an instructor at CUBM for many years and has served as a counselor to students, families and staff alike during her teaching tenure. She has also been involved as a counselor in the Pittsburgh community and has a heart to see people be healed and thrive in their life's work and roles. Val joins Karla and John today to talk about the many hats she has worn in her career and what CUBM means to her as she enters her second decade of teaching there.
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