I Could Never Do What You Do

Comments (3)

Comment Feed

Great Article

I have worked in the Emergency Department as a Social Worker (CSW) for over a year. I found this article to be precise, well written and very informative especially for those who do not have a clue what a ED Social Worker actually does. Great Job

Nicole more than 3 years ago


Hello, I am a prospective student amid the process of examining my convictions to commit towards a particular career field. I found your article to be extremely informative and helpful in this process. As a basis, I know I want to help others and make the world a better place. I want to be challenged to problem-solve complex situations.
After reading your article, sir, I was taken away by the clarity in which you described these complex situations - and how you could provide an unparalleled service to those who need it most. To tell the truth, I had tears at several parts because I could feel what was happening to the families, and what you had to do. Did I mention I am very empathetic? In short, I found it was very informative and useful for a prospective student of social work, and I think learning the skills necessary in your profession would be very meaningful to me.
For those insights, I would like to say thank you.

gage more than 7 years ago

On The Mark

I am a LCSW and can relate to all the roles you play. I was touched by your clarity and authenticity, and I too felt as if I was your "partner" as you articulate each duty you perform. Excellent read! You should write a book. If you have published one I would be interested in reading it.

Shirley McMurray more than 7 years ago

Your subscription could not be saved. Please try again.
You have subscribed successfully. Thank you!

Subscribe to our newsletter.

Subscribe to our newsletter and stay updated.

Want to reach social workers & social work students?

Contact Linda Grobman about advertising and marketing opportunities.

Great gift book for social work graduates!