I'm A Super Caption Nulla semper. Morbi pede. Cras in faucibus justo augue purus, vehicula neque. Nulla facilisi. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora.

Recent Posts

Follow Me on Pinterest

Domestic Violence is Witnessed by Children far More Than We Know
Imagine a child watches domestic violence going on between her parents. It’s not a stretch to think of how scary that must be for her – the people who are supposed to love and protect her are showing just the opposite. One would hope that external forces would come to play that would help cha…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/domestic-violence-witnessed-children-far-know/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Domestic Violence is Witnessed by Children far More Than We Know

Imagine a child watches domestic violence going on between her parents. It’s not a stretch to think of how scary that must be for her – the people who are supposed to love and protect her are showing just the opposite. One would hope that external forces would come to play that would help cha…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/domestic-violence-witnessed-children-far-know/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
The Pros and Cons of Placing Students in InternshipsAs many of you know, internship experiences are the most important part of a social work program. Since the MSW is a professional degree, having a professional experience that you can apply your coursework is necessary. Internships do more than provide free labor and something to do.
They test…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/pros-cons-placing-students-internships/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

The Pros and Cons of Placing Students in Internships

As many of you know, internship experiences are the most important part of a social work program. Since the MSW is a professional degree, having a professional experience that you can apply your coursework is necessary. Internships do more than provide free labor and something to do. They test…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/pros-cons-placing-students-internships/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
The Case of Joshua Messier: Wrongful Use of Restrains and SeclusionBy Julia Cardoso
The use of restrains and seclusion in psychiatric hospitals has caused long lists of issues for patients and the rest of the mental health community. The tragic death of Joshua Messier was a prime example of how dangerous using restrains can be especially when dealing with…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/case-joshua-messier-wrongful-use-restrains-seclusion/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

The Case of Joshua Messier: Wrongful Use of Restrains and Seclusion

By Julia Cardoso The use of restrains and seclusion in psychiatric hospitals has caused long lists of issues for patients and the rest of the mental health community. The tragic death of Joshua Messier was a prime example of how dangerous using restrains can be especially when dealing with…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/17/case-joshua-messier-wrongful-use-restrains-seclusion/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
Reaching the Millennials, A Social Worker’s PlightFor the clinician or case manager who finds most of his or her caseload representative of young people, the Millennials have proven to present different issues or concerns in regards to providing appropriate interventive services.  As popular culture grew exponentially in the 20th century, its …http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/15/reaching-millennials-social-workers-plight/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Reaching the Millennials, A Social Worker’s Plight

For the clinician or case manager who finds most of his or her caseload representative of young people, the Millennials have proven to present different issues or concerns in regards to providing appropriate interventive services.  As popular culture grew exponentially in the 20th century, its …

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/15/reaching-millennials-social-workers-plight/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
5 Free Computer Programs all Social Workers Need to UseLets talk a little about free, it happens to be one of my favorite words. Free parking (I live in LA), Free Willy and most people’s favorite, free money.  A common excuse I hear when I ask other social workers why they don’t know how to use X piece of software is, “It’s …http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/15/5-free-computer-programs-all-social-workers-need-to-know-to-use/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

5 Free Computer Programs all Social Workers Need to Use

Lets talk a little about free, it happens to be one of my favorite words. Free parking (I live in LA), Free Willy and most people’s favorite, free money.  A common excuse I hear when I ask other social workers why they don’t know how to use X piece of software is, “It’s …

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/15/5-free-computer-programs-all-social-workers-need-to-know-to-use/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
What If Attitudes Don’t Really Matter In Creating Change?Attitude is everything, they say. What if I said, I don’t think so? Consider this, as long as it remains inside my head, my attitude means nothing. It’s only when I speak it, or act on it, that it begins to matter. Let’s say I hate orange. Until I start insulting people for wear…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/14/attitudes-dont-really-matter-creating-change/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

What If Attitudes Don’t Really Matter In Creating Change?

Attitude is everything, they say. What if I said, I don’t think so? Consider this, as long as it remains inside my head, my attitude means nothing. It’s only when I speak it, or act on it, that it begins to matter. Let’s say I hate orange. Until I start insulting people for wear…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/14/attitudes-dont-really-matter-creating-change/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
What is Social Inclusion Social Inclusion has become a bit of a buzz-phrase in society today. “I’m not a racist, but…” has developed into almost a joke for those who cannot accept that everyone operates through prejudices on one level or another.
Yet, it is still a common phrase used to excuse a person’s thoughts on anot…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/14/social-inclusion/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

What is Social Inclusion

Social Inclusion has become a bit of a buzz-phrase in society today. “I’m not a racist, but…” has developed into almost a joke for those who cannot accept that everyone operates through prejudices on one level or another. Yet, it is still a common phrase used to excuse a person’s thoughts on anot…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/14/social-inclusion/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar
Using Twitter for AdvocacyThroughout history, advocacy has been used a strategy to help create awareness for an idea or cause, identify allies and partners, build coalitions, as well as influence shifts in attitudes and/or public perceptions. History has also taught us that major shifts resulting in the empowerment of…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/13/using-twitter-advocacy/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Using Twitter for Advocacy

Throughout history, advocacy has been used a strategy to help create awareness for an idea or cause, identify allies and partners, build coalitions, as well as influence shifts in attitudes and/or public perceptions. History has also taught us that major shifts resulting in the empowerment of…

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/04/13/using-twitter-advocacy/?Social+Work+Helper

shared via Social Work Helper

Avatar

Recent Comments

Blogs I Like

  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog
  • Visit Blog