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Thank you for so beautifully encapsulating what our roles as social workers should be. I am just beginning my MSW program and your article simple reminds me that there is just but a small divide between us and our clients. That we can easily find our way into a situation where service workers need to step in and offer assistance. We as social workers need to remember that empathy, respect, and being human is what connects us to our clients and makes our profession the hardest and in the end, the most rewarding experience.

Michelle Pantoja-Hooley 26 days ago

Protective fathers and Cps

Maybe you should write how Cps percieves protective fathers. I had a supervisor during and investigation threaten to put my daughters in foster care if they had to remove them from the mother. At the end of the case abuse was conclusive. I had called the manager and the ombudsman after the threat was made. End result was a recommendation for mother to have supervised visits by Cps and later the court mediator. It was after this that the complaInt was made. Since I had a positive recommendation by the agency it was hoped that the complaint be taken seriously. End result, the supervisor who threatened the the protective parent in this case was made a manager. Its concerning that such actions are found acceptable by the agency

Anon 54 days ago

10 things every new social worker needs to know about people

very good article which helps put things into perspective

Dot 54 days ago

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