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This man always know what to say

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This man always know what to say

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lookingforangela:

I’m a little concerned about the relationship that one of the field instructors has with her SWI at my field placement. This particular FI is a supervisor for me in a clinic that I participate in with two other interns (one being my roommate). Well, this FI has been toeing the line with ethical…

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oupacademic:

Oxford Talks: Unlocking Social Work Knowledge

The more access you have to resources, the more access you have to knowledge. This allows for greater articulation of the issues, and that’s how we’re going to bring about any type of social change.

- Kirk James, GRI Project Director, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice.

Oxford University Press spoke with real social workers to discover what they look for in an online resource and how publishers can meet their needs. (by Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press)). Look out for more posts in March celebrating Social Work Month.

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nicole-penn:

There are some pervasive myths about Child Protective Services that I hear all the time but that are patently untrue.

1 - CPS’s goal is to break up families. FALSE. Much of child welfare law is governed under the Marshall Act and is federally mandated. The primary goal of CPS is to keep a family…

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traumasocialworker:

Yesterday, one of my clients discussed a bad experience he had with a social worker, and began bashing social workers a little bit. Later on during our session, he looked up at my diplomas, and upon seeing that I received a BSW and MSW, he made a face a made a rude remark.

My first reaction was…

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social workers need support from Abbott, not a slap in the face

thatsecretfetish:

http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/education-union-blasts-245m-budget-funding-for-school-chaplains-20140514-zrcs5.html

The almost quarter of a billion dollars put aside for the controversial school chaplaincy program in this week’s federal budget is “completely misdirected” and should instead be used to address the needs of students with disabilities, according to the Australian Education Union.

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blackwidina:

I’ve discovered there are two kind of social workers.

1) Social workers who were raised in middle class and upward, who got into the job because they want to ‘make a difference’ in the lives of those who have less than them.

This type is the kind that will say things like, “How do you live (like…

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What’s your Fear?

rinkokonoee:

I DONT WANT A SOCIAL WORKER
I DONT TRUST SOCIAL WORKERS
FUCK CAN SOMEONE HELP ME I SERIOUSLY AM FREAKING OUT

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