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Phyllis Babrove

Phyllis Babrove

Phyllis M. Babrove, MSW, LCSW, recently completed her first novel and is hoping to have it published. She enjoys spending time with her family and likes to travel to New England with her husband of 45 years.

So here you are, an older/nontraditional student who has majored in social work and who isn’t quite sure which path to follow with your degree. Unlike a lot of other careers, social work offers many choices. Life experience can be an asset. more »

Careers 2 Comments

Boundaries, like laws and rules, help keep our lives from being chaotic and even at risk. Because social work is a helping profession, social workers often find it difficult to balance personal and professional boundaries. more »

Practice 1 Comments

What can we accomplish by setting goals? Short-term goals help keep us focused on the outcome we are striving for without allowing us to feel overwhelmed. Tips are offered for social work students and graduates. more »

Careers

Two types of support systems are beneficial for social work students: informal and formal. Your support system will help keep you from being discouraged and giving up on yourself when life becomes overwhelming. more »

Education & Credentials

Age does not have to discourage us from being successful in fulfilling our dreams and achieving our goals. more »

Education & Credentials

Many people would like to go back to school when they are older, but hesitate because of their age. I would suggest that they pursue their dreams and achieve their goals. more »

Social Work Month Project 2016 22 Comments

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