Coping Skills BINGO | Group Activity

As part of the continuing series, I'd like to introduce BINGO as a fun and interactive group experience for all ages. This particular BINGO setup is specific to coping skills, but you may adjust the word list to describe a variety of counseling and social work skills. The setup is relatively straightforward. I have provided... Continue Reading →

Safety Candle|Group Activity

This will be the first post in a series of many in regards to activities that can be done within a group setting. Many times, having a craft and activity to complete, while discussing more sensitive topics, allows for easier conversation and openness. It reminds me loosely of EMDR Therapy, in which an individual's eyes... Continue Reading →

Side Hustles & Passive Incomes in the Human Services Field

It's well known that the majority of social workers do not go in the profession for the income, but for serving others. It is with this that a financial burden may find itself resting on the shoulders of a social worker. If you find yourself looking for a more money in order to be more... Continue Reading →

An Overview of the Strengths Perspective

In today's article, we'll be addressing one of the foundations of social work practice, the strengths perspective. I hope you enjoy, and perhaps even apply this approach to whatever profession you find yourself in. Side Note: References will be at the bottom. The majority of the article will come from what I've learned thus far... Continue Reading →

Antisocial vs. Asocial – Does the Difference Matter?

Below is a brief description on the difference between an individual who is antisocial and one who is asocial. I hope this clears up the misused terms used here, and gives a greater number of people understanding on introversion and psychopathy. Antisocial  A person who is anti-social is said to be so due to a... Continue Reading →

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