Signs of Child Abuse & Neglect

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, which means we will be putting extra care and attention to education & resources all about supporting kids to have safe and thriving lives. Today, we're breaking down signs of child abuse and neglect, but keep in mind, that just because you see one sign does not mean maltreatment... Continue Reading →

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Micro, Mezzo & Macro Social Work

Social workers have roles in many levels of society - micro, mezzo, and macro. Today, we'll describe what each of these levels encompass and specific jobs a social worker does. Keep in mind, one social worker can perform in various levels, and they each can be integrated together for holistic, positive change. Micro Social Work... Continue Reading →

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6 Signs of a Great Social Work Supervisor

Supervision in social work is an essential part of effective practice, support, and preventing burnout. A supervisor can make or break your experience at an organization, and is essential for licensure and growth. I've had mixed experiences with supervisors, and through this, have gained insight on what really makes a good social work supervisor. They... Continue Reading →

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BIPOC & AAPI Mental Health Resources

This blog post will serve as a catch-all for great resources for BIPOC and AAPI individuals seeking mental health care and support. Mental Health Resources For Black, Indigenous, And People Of Color 14 Organizations and People Working to Support BIPOC Mental Health During the Coronavirus Crisis We Are Not OK: Mental Health Resources for... Continue Reading →

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Putting Your Negative Thoughts On Trial: A CBT Technique

Negative or unhelpful thoughts can perpetuate harmful beliefs we hold about ourselves and our lives. This can be the basis for continuing to feel upsetting emotions, including depression and anxiety. Before we dive into some proven cognitive behavior strategies to reduce these thinking patterns, a disclaimer: Negative thinking can certainly be unhelpful and continue cycles... Continue Reading →

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