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Nabeel Hussain Jul 1
colleagues, how many times have you come across the following language in assessments of parents or young people - Aggressive - Hostile - Challening behaviour - Beyond parental control - Lack of boundaries Could we use our skills to flip the script? 👇🏽
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Hamari Pahchan NGO Jul 4
Near far wherever you are, make sure you are practising social distancing to save lives! दो गज की दूरी है सबसे ज़रूरी ।
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Laura Nissen, PhD, LMSW 9h
Fellow social workers-I'm in a "design futures" class the next few days and I have a question for you. What are some "artifacts" of our profession? Actual physical objects that deeply or profoundly symbolize what social work "is?" Your help appreciated!!
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Gary Spencer-Humphrey Jul 5
We'd love to hear from social workers up and down the country how your practice has changed during this strange times? Has your cat 🐈 shown any interest in ? Have you found tea or coffee consumption has doubled? Are you late for work, even if work is the sofa? Share
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Sharon Martin Jul 4
⁩ 🙏🏼👏🏼 Covid-19 ‘need to proactively and creatively protect the relationships the child has and incorporate the maintenance of these relationships in to the strategies for guiding and supporting the child through this crisis.’
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M Ní Raghallaigh 19h
Interested in doing a PhD with me in relation to or various aspects of practice? Get in touch!
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BrainwashED on YouTube Jul 6
Tomorrow after work tune in to our new video! We’re learning about
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Nicola Byrne Jul 5
Took my mother and kids to today. Highly recommend it as it has something for all of us. Loved the piece on the role of Irish people internationally in social work and advocacy.
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Gerry Nosowska Jul 6
opportunity for all social workers to access global learning for free; last global conference was amazing but needed you to travel and pay to attend, hope lots of people can take advantage of the accessibility
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Doin' The Work Podcast Jul 6
New episode! Conversation w/ about so much including techniques she uses w/ people to help w/ social justice transformation & explains how theory specifically Black Feminism saved her life & how SWers & clinicians should stop pathologizing oppression
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Mark Gregory Jul 6
I have been offered and have accepted my first ever lecturing post. I'm off North of the border to beautiful Scotland! Exciting times!
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Everyone calls me Richard Jul 6
This book - all of it written in the '80s, reads like it was written yesterday. No idea what that says but "Veterinary Social Work", "Social Work in Hell" and "Hospital Gray Skull" are easily the funniest things that will every be written about
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Kevin 3h
Vegetables, fruits, nuts: Nutrition is a key ingredient for cognitive health of midlife
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Natasha Jul 3
I literally burst into tears when my placement grade came in today! I am so incredibly proud of myself, and thankful to all those family and friends that have supported me through this incredible journey! Roll on year 3!
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New Wave Adventure Jul 5
Enjoying the calm and peace of nature today in one of the most magical places in Ireland
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Celine O Connor 17h
in Ireland and internationally being celebrated at worth a visit.
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Louise Rawlinson Jul 6
Looking forward to getting stuck into this over the summer.. heard lots of good things. Thanks
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Desmond Upton Patton Jul 6
It's Day 1 of our summer program at ! The only and group.
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Liz Lightfoot Jun 29
Congratulations to Dr. Molly Calhoun for successfully defending her dissertation in front of a huge zoom audience exploring how young people who grew up in public housing navigate a gentrifying community. Brilliant and timely!!
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Social Work Stories Podcast 22h
Its called social work stories for a reason and this latest ep helps us explain why... We aren't wanting to encourage voyeurism or clinical case study analysis. We want to show the heart of to make us better practitioners. Thus, our latest ep.
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