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Winter 2020

You receive a notice that someone has issued a request for professional review, claiming you have breached the NASW Code of Ethics. What are your next steps? This is Part 2 of a 2-part series. Read more

Ethics

The social work literature typically frames self-disclosure as a complex and controversial use-of-self practice. Inquiring minds still want to know: "Should I do it or not?" That question is too simple. Read more

Practice

Teepees at Fort Peck Reservation

Photo by J. Lawrence Dixon.

Travel social workers work at short-term assignments in a variety of locations. Travel allows much time for self-reflection and growth. Read more

Practice

Be ready for various interview formats and behavioral interviewing. Your Social Work Career Coach Jennifer Luna provides sample interview questions to help you prepare for your social work job interview. Read more

Careers

Stephen asked social workers on Twitter what self-care apps they use. Most common were meditation and fitness apps. Read more

Tech

Military spouses in social work face challenges such as needing to learn new local resources every few years, licensure mobility, and frequent termination with clients. Read more

Practice

The New Social Worker's book review of Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think and Do Read more

Reviews & Commentary

The New Social Worker's book review of How To Be an Antiracist. Read more

Reviews & Commentary

The New Social Worker's book review of People and Climate Change: Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Social Justice Read more

Reviews & Commentary

The New Social Worker's book review of Old and High: A Guide to Understanding the Neuroscience and Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Baby Boom Adults’ Substance Use, Abuse, and Misuse Read more

Reviews & Commentary

The New Social Worker's book review of The Hospice Team: Who We Are and How We Care Read more

Reviews & Commentary

The School to Prison Pipeline

by Wendy G. Turner

Art is a powerful means of expression. These three art pieces by social work educator Wendy Turner address issues of racism, homophobia, and sexism. Read more

Creative Work

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