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Join the Effort to #ProtectAllWomen

Join the Effort to #ProtectAllWomen | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

Between 2001 and 2012, 6,510 women were murdered in the U.S. by an intimate partner using a gun, more than the total number of U.S. troops killed in action during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan combined.


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Boundaries and the Path to True Compassion

Boundaries and the Path to True Compassion | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

Sometimes bad boundaries can disguise themselves as compassion.


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How our society breeds anxiety, depression and dysfunction

How our society breeds anxiety, depression and dysfunction | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

Our belief in “progress” has increased our expectations. The result is mass disappointment


Via George Curran, CADC
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Our society has devolved with the creation of a constant need to be accessible and "in contact" with others through a small hand-held device with absolutely no emotion, no generosity, and no personality of its own.  Something is wrong when people feel as if they are nothing without their mobile phone in their hands.

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Work-focused psychotherapy can help employees return to work sooner

Work-focused psychotherapy can help employees return to work sooner | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Employees on sick leave with common mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety fully returned to work sooner when therapy deals with work-related problems and how to get back on the job, according to new research published by the...

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Stop Thinking Like a Perpetrator: 4 Ways to Better Support Survivors of Sexual Violence -

Stop Thinking Like a Perpetrator: 4 Ways to Better Support Survivors of Sexual Violence - | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Jamie Utt shows us four important ways to abandon perpetrator logic and stop denying the pain of survivors.
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Amen!

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A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners (1/7)

Part 1 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we examine moral dilemmas, moral truth and moral knowledge, ...
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Social media should be an essential part of new social workers’ toolkits

Social media should be an essential part of new social workers’ toolkits | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Digital media enables professionals to communicate more effectively with service users and each other, says Claudia Megele (Social media should be an essential part of new social workers’ toolkits says @claudiamegele

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Should social media be a part of our tools?  Perhaps, but with attention to risks versus benefits IMHO.  What do you think?

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His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama: Ethics for Our Time

In this talk His Holiness turns to one of his favorite themes: the importance of compassion. Far from being a uniquely Buddhist concern, the Dalai Lama expla...
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Compassion and living an ethical life...juicy stuff.

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Stress and anxiety in social work: reflective supervision can help ...

Stress and anxiety in social work: reflective supervision can help ... | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Taking care of social workers' mental health should be a high priority, especially in the current climate of high vacancy rates, large case loads, and great public pressure. Over the years the social work profession has failed ...
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Self-care is one aspect of clinical practice that cannot be short-changed.  We are talking about this in the master's of social work classes at Barry University.  Are you talking about self-care?  AND taking care of yourself?

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Drawing Mental Illness: Artist Bobby Baker’s Visual Diary

Drawing Mental Illness: Artist Bobby Baker’s Visual Diary | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

Harvesting the daily flow of consciousness, or what group therapy has to do with marine life.Despite our proudest cultural and medical a


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Research Suggests That Psychiatric Interventions Like Admission to a Mental Facility Could Increase Suicide Risk

Research Suggests That Psychiatric Interventions Like Admission to a Mental Facility Could Increase Suicide Risk | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

A major study identifying the highest risk factors for suicide we’ve ever found has been barely discussed.


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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, October 31, 2014 1:15 AM

So does this mean that we should reassess our basic assumptions about psychiatry and psychology?  -Lon

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Fostering a Sense of Professional Resilience: Six Simple Strategies

Fostering a Sense of Professional Resilience: Six Simple Strategies | Social work ethics | Scoop.it

An occupational hazard presents for social work professionals time and again. We are prone to take care of others, both before and more than ourselves. This article outlines strategies for self care and professional resilience.


Via George Curran, CADC
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Being resilient is necessary for all of us!

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Helping Immigrant Students Achieve Their Dreams - Social Work Helper

Helping Immigrant Students Achieve Their Dreams - Social Work Helper | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Helping Immigrant Students Achieve Their Dreams
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How to help immigrant students achieve their dreams...

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Social Work Tech Video 6 - Clinical Observation

In this video, I show social workers a small vignette that was an clinical social work session observation that I completed, while reflecting on it. Original...
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Social Work Ethics and Non-Compete Clauses in Employment ...

Social workers who are leaving employment for a new work setting or private practice are sometimes surprised and dismayed to discover that they may face legal limitations on their ability to transfer clients to the new work ...

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Giovanni Benavides's curator insight, April 9, 2013 11:01 PM

Gray area what do you think?

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How to become a Social Worker? Careerbuilder Videos from funza Academy

For more CAREER GUIDANCE related videos, please visit www.funza.info. Social Workers help others who are faced with challenges and provide support in order t...
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Excellent video on all the aspects of the social work profession.  Check it out...become a social worker.

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School Violence Solutions: Social workers focus on mental health ...

School Violence Solutions: Social workers focus on mental health ... | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
Cutting back on school social workers has been a common practice for school districts to save money in recent years, Broce said, and in many of the latest high-profile school violence incidents, undertreated mental health ...
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Summary of International Social Work Twitter Chat ...

Summary of International Social Work Twitter Chat ... | Social work ethics | Scoop.it
By Pat Shelly Resources from the International Social Work #MacroSW Twitter Chat on May 22, 2014 are listed below. A summary with an edited stream of tweets is at Storify . Here is the link to the blog post that was the ...
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