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Blissfully Asleep

Blissfully Asleep, a musical composition by USC social work graduate student Nils de Mol van Otterloo. more »

Social Work Month 2015

Susan Martin and Friends Sing "Cease Fire"

The song Cease Fire was recorded on the Family of Friends CD released at the Kerrville Folk Festival in 1991. Cease Fire is a political message about the importance of preserving our environment. Performed by Susan Martin and others. more »

Social Work Month 2015

Creating a Place of Reflection Through Art - A Mural for a Social Work Office

Social work student Denise Walter created a place of reflection by painting a mural for her social work office. more »

Social Work Month 2015

The Journey

A poem, by social worker Joyce Hamelin. more »

Social Work Month 2015

Human Sex Trafficking: An Important Issue for Social Workers

Human sex trafficking is an important issue for social workers. This poem is written from a young girl's point of view, by DeAnn Newhouse, Shippensburg University social work student. more »

Social Work Month 2015

The Importance of Working With Clients With Chronic Illness

As social workers, we must find a way to provide services to the 117 million plus people who are living with chronic illnesses and recognize that they each have individualized and unique needs. more »

Social Work Month 2015

photo credit: Allison Fine

Orange and Blue Dahlia

A photo of a dahlia by social worker Allison Fine. "Flowers are a reminder of the beauty that exists in this world." more »

Social Work Month 2015

Social Worker Acronym

An acronym for "Social Worker" by ECU social work student Kayla Marek. more »

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A Look at Social Work and Technology

John Riolo presents a slide show/video on social work, technology, and ethics. more »

Social Work Month 2015

Merging the Personal and Professional - Social Work Leads the Path to Change

Tina Atherall talks about merging personal and professional interests to pave the path for change through social work. more »

Social Work Month 2015

Nation's Top Nephrology Social Workers for 2015 Honored

March is both National Social Work Month and National Kidney Month. The National Kidney Foundation's Council of Nephrology Social Workers (NKF-CNSW) is recognizing outstanding professionals who are advancing the field of nephrology social work. more »

Social Work Month 2015

7 Characteristics Every Social Worker Needs

Seven characteristics every social worker needs to have are flexibility, creativity, passion, empathy, trustworthiness, competence, and a sense of humor. more »

Social Work Month 2015

I Will Survive

A poem on surviving, by social work student Peta-Gaye Walker. more »

Social Work Month 2015

As We Celebrate Social Work Month, Recognize NASW, Social Work Profession Must Still Work Hard To Overcome Societal Challenges

NASW president Darrell Wheeler's Social Work Month message urges social workers not to "rest on past laurels – there is so much yet to do, and we cannot afford to lose precious gains already made." more »

Social Work Month 2015

When “Just Say No” is Not Enough: Teaching Harm Reduction

Harm reduction is a strengths-based and client-centered helping strategy utilized in both prevention and practice models. Although its roots are in addictions treatment and public health, the principles can be used in other social work settings. more »

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A Thousand Times

Amy Sugeno, LCSW, sings her original song about adoption, "A Thousand Times." more »

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Carolyn Called

A story of loss, change, growing older, and difficult family conversations more »

Social Work Month 2015

I Found Social Work Along Life's Path

As a child, I did not plan to or dream of becoming a social worker; rather, as I have traveled along my life’s path, I have felt increasingly that social work is my calling. more »

Social Work Month 2015

art by Laura Daugherty

Never Lose Hope

Artwork entitled "Never Lose Hope," by social work student Laura Daugherty of Warner University. Social work is more than lending a helping hand, but can provide a sense of hope, which is rooted deep down in our hearts. more »

Social Work Month 2015

An Interview on Late Adulthood

North Carolina State University social work student Sierra Stanford interviews her grandmother and two aunts about their lives. more »

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