Why Vision Boards Are a Powerful Mental Health Treatment Tool

Vision boards are a widely known concept, completed by many to express goals through creativity. But just because it's common, doesn't make it any less helpful in mental health treatment. So what's so significant about the vision board when in comes to addressing mental health? From Leaders in Heels Vision boards help describe goals in... Continue Reading →

11 New Year Resolutions for the Social Worker & Therapist

Before diving into my New Year Resolutions, let's remind ourselves what effective goals look like. Creating SMART goals can hold us accountable, and describe goals in more realistic ways. It means our goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time Oriented. With this magic formula in mind, you can be sure to create goals that... Continue Reading →

Are You Ready? | Becoming a Social Worker

Since my time beginning university, all the way at community college working towards my A.S. in Human Services, to being at one of the top Ivy League social work graduate schools, there is one consistent element that continues to frustrate me - the people becoming social workers.  I see this with all pathways, be it... Continue Reading →

Setting Goals for Yourself

As social workers, we often set goals for clients. These goals, as one knows, are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-Bound. But how often do we set goals for ourselves, goals that are successful? Overtime, I have come to the conclusion, that rather than a couple of drastic changes, it is the minuscule changes to... Continue Reading →

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