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Book review of Practicing Forgiveness: A Path Toward Healing Read more

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Body Brokers is an unsettling film that reveals abuses that began to occur after the Affordable Care Act was signed in 2008, requiring every healthcare provider to cover treatment for substance use disorders. Read more

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Promising Young Woman is not a film that our clients (or we) can turn to for direction in healing loss or trauma. Nor is it meant to be. Rather, it confronts myriad issues that social workers face ourselves and with our clients day in and day out. Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of Sex-Positive Social Work Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of United States Income, Wealth, Consumption, and Inequality. Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of Social Work, Criminal Justice, and the Death Penalty. Read more

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Watching the documentary film Angry Inuk with your family could help set the stage for growth and healing in the new year. Read our review. Read more

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Although The Queen’s Gambit is not a true story, it holds truths that social workers know. Read SaraKay Smullens' commentary on the popular Netflix series. Read more

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The Fall, available on Netflix and Amazon Prime, shines light on the human condition and the dangers of the inhibition to discuss a whole range of discomforting sexual desires that can seem to control one’s life. Read more

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