Scholarship, or contributing to the social work professional literature, can seem daunting and overwhelming. Here are some simple ideas to get started on your way to scholarship! more »


The "six-word story" writing prompt is used in a "Living with Cancer" writing group to facilitate members’ (both patients and caretakers) inner dialog, expression, and themed group conversation. more »

Social Work Month Project 2016

Writing résumés might not seem like clinical work, but it’s really just another version of narrative therapy. When clients collaborate with me on their résumés, they share stories. more »

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The New Social Worker is seeking submissions from social work practitioners, educators, and students for Social Work Month 2016. Please consider submitting your work for The New Social Worker magazine’s online Social Work Month Project. more »

Social Work Month Project 2016

Writing may not be in your job description, but in most social work settings, writing is part of the job. Learn to make your writing readable. more »


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