Addiction’s Pathway From a Mourner’s Perspective

My family has a personal connection to the opioid epidemic. Shortly after my grandmother's death 10 years ago, my grandfather took a quick turn for the worse in terms of grief and coping. He continues to be in his ever non-linear stages of denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance - though I would say acceptance... Continue Reading →

28 TedTalks Every Social Worker Should Watch

Below are linked a list of Ted Talks useful for those in social work or human services fields. I find them particularly refreshing, especially when they come with a diverse perspective, or a social issue I don't particularly surround myself with. I hope you find the list beneficial to your continuing education, whether that is... Continue Reading →

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