Core Values of Social Work | In Practice

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) does a lovely job of describing and defining the ethical core values of the social work profession. As redundancy is not desirable, you may go here to find these definitions and get a better understanding of the NASW Ethical Principles and Core Values. As social workers understand, having... Continue Reading →

Books in My Ever-Growing Social Work Library

Below, you will find a list of books, as social worker in the making, I highly recommend. Though I have not read each of the enclosed books, reviews have confirmed the good purchase. Enjoy, and may you continue to grow in your pursuit of knowledge and informed social work practice. The Working Poor by David K.... Continue Reading →

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 →

Social Work Essentials 2: A Social Worker’s Car

As noted Part 1 of a Social Worker's Essentials: Go-Bag, we touched on all the items a social worker would benefit from carrying in his or her bag. Below, we expand on these essentials in terms of a social worker's car. Enjoy, and feel free to leave further helpful suggestions in the comments! Plastic totes... Continue Reading →

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” | Life Applications

I have always been a fan of A Series of Unfortunate Events, written by Daniel Handler. The many books accompanied me after checking out of the school's library, and the never ending and tragic tale of this family left me with the desire to keep reading as I hoped for better outcomes. Presently, the Netflix series... Continue Reading →

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