Social work has a multitude of social work interventions and tools, and an ecomap is one that we learn A LOT about in college. It's a great tool that can offer helpful insight on a person supports and resources. We'll dive into what an eco-map, how it's used, and what the point in using this... Continue Reading →
Terminating in social work happens for many reasons, including the client not engaging in services, being referred out to another agency, or the client reaching all treatment goals and no longer requiring services. Ideally, termination is a gradual process, but in the field of social work, ideals may not always occur. Before we discuss the... Continue Reading →
Many mental health professionals are continuing to work in order to provide care to many people, including new clients as a result of COVID-19 related anxiety. Going on month four of teletherapy has led myself to reach for more activities and therapeutic ideas when working with children. With months of teletherapy, the activities that were... Continue Reading →
Welcome to The Thought Bubble Podcast! Today, we dive into the essence of social work and what it looks like during a pandemic. Covering theories surrounding crises and crisis intervention work, and how we can apply these models to a pandemic response. We also talk about how a social worker can DO social work on... Continue Reading →
Welcome to Episode 3 of The Thought Bubble Podcast where we dive a little deeper into what makes a good social worker, and what personal qualities people considering social work should and should not have. Let me know your thoughts below and get the conversation started on what makes social workers so amazing!