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The New Social Worker's Top 3 Articles - First Half of 2019!

Thank you to The New Social Worker's readers for being with us in the first half of 2019! I love bringing great social work articles to life in the magazine and on our website. Here are our top 3 new articles for the first half of 2019. Read more

Linda's Agenda

The more we use the word trauma to describe the sequelae from psychological stressors, the more we lose the nuance around ways trauma can show up and make itself known. These questions and answers clarify differences between grief, trauma, & C-PTSD. Read more

Clinical Intersections

Grief is disenfranchised when the relationship, the loss, or the griever is not recognized. Read more

Practice 4 Comments

It is likely that nearly every clinician in America will be working with a suicide loss survivor or “suicide bereaved” person at some point in time.As a clinical community, we have a lot to learn about working with suicide loss survivors. Read more

Practice

Loss and suffering often go hand-in-hand, and social work frequently entails working with individuals who have experienced loss. Examples include settings such as nursing homes, cancer programs, hospices, ICUs, addictions, prisons, and foster care. Read more

Practice

Feelings of grief will not stop for a holiday, a wedding, or other “cheerful” event. Coping with grief during the holidays is challenging and requires support and understanding. Read more

Practice

As a palliative social worker, I have the opportunity to address gaps in care and provide the education so many people need when they are living with a terminal disease. Little did I know, however, the enormity of the challenge I was undertaking. Read more

Practice

It was while saying good-bye to my grandmother that I was reassured of my choice to begin my social work journey in end-of-life care. I felt called to live out my grandparents’ memory by serving other individuals and families affected by death. Read more

Social Work Month Project 2017 1 Comments

There is so much that we get wrong about grief, and it isn’t surprising. Like most things in life, we are desperately trying to keep an unwieldy process orderly and comprehensible. The fact about grief, though, is that it is neither. Read more

Real World Clinical 4 Comments

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