Racial Equity in Psychiatry and Mental Health - Jessica Isom, MD, MPH

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Jessica Isom, a board-certified community psychiatrist, who practices clinically in the federally qualified health center Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Episode 53 Guest: Jessica Isom, MD, MPH Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW.

Body Dysmorphic Disorder NCMHCE Exam Review Clinical Issues

Counselor Toolbox podcast

?? Chat with me at [link] NOTE: ALL Podcasts are for educational purposes only and are NOT a replacement for medical advice or counseling from a licensed professional. Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is characterized by the belief that some aspects of one’s appearance are ugly, unacceptable, or otherwise deformed, while this is in fact not […] ??

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Stop Whitewashing Social Work History: Tell the Truth - Kelechi Wright, LCPC & Kortney Carr, LCSW

Doin' The Work

She has expansive clinical experience in mental health with BIPOC communities. She has expansive clinical experience in mental health with BIPOC communities. Episode 49 Guests: Kelechi Wright, LCPC, LPC; Kortney Carr, LCSW, LSCSW Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript.

Anti-Racist, Anti-Oppressive Mental Health - Hayden Dawes, LCSW

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Hayden Dawes, who is a PhD student, researcher, therapist, clinical social worker, speaker, and compassion warrior in Greensboro, North Carolina. We discuss the need to talk about race, racism, and other forms of identity and systemic oppression within the clinical setting, as well as work on ourselves. Episode 41 Guest: Hayden Dawes, LCSW Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com.

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Speaking Against Police Injustice - Anjanette Young, LCSW

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Anjanette Young, who is a licensed clinical social worker and the CEO and founder of Café Social Work in Chicago, Illinois. In this episode, I talk with Anjanette Young, who is a licensed clinical social worker and the CEO and founder of Café Social Work in Chicago, Illinois. Episode 40 Guest: Anjanette Young, LCSW Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify.

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The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Mark Houston, LCSW and Pauline Green, Esq

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Pauline Green, Executive Director and Mark Houston, Clinical Manager, of The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth in Miami, Florida. They discuss the multiple aspects of the work they do with LGBTQ youth in Miami-Dade County, such as care coordination, clinical services, community education, training for service providers and educators, and policy change. Episode 30. Guests: Mark Houston, LCSW and Pauline Green, Esq. Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. . www.dointhework.com.

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White Supremacy in Social Work - Charla Cannon Yearwood, LSW and Laura Hoge, LCSW

Doin' The Work

Charla is a clinical assistant professor of field at Indiana University School of Social Work. Charla is a clinical assistant professor of field at Indiana University School of Social Work. Episode 27. Guests: Charla Cannon Yearwood, LSW and Laura Hoge, LCSW. Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. . www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook. Join the mailing list. Support the podcast.

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Mobile Crisis Intervention - Brenton Gicker and Chelsea Swift

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Brenton Gicker and Chelsea Swift of CAHOOTS – Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets, a 24/7 mobile crisis intervention program of the White Bird Clinic in Eugene, Oregon. In this episode, I talk with Brenton Gicker and Chelsea Swift of CAHOOTS – Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets, a 24/7 mobile crisis intervention program of the White Bird Clinic in Eugene, Oregon. Episode 26. Guests: Brenton Gicker & Chelsea Swift.

Mental Health, Community Violence, Culturally Effective Practice - Myriam Bernardo, MSW, RCSWI

Doin' The Work

We discuss Myriam’s community-based clinical work with a diverse population of clients who experience a range of mental health issues, as well as community violence. We discuss Myriam’s community-based clinical work with a diverse population of clients who experience a range of mental health issues, as well as community violence. Episode 10 Guest: Myriam Bernardo, MSW, RCSWI Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW www.dointhework.com.

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Mental Health, Trauma, Self-Care, Advocacy - Jonathan Foiles, LCSW

Doin' The Work

Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Jonathan Foiles, who is a clinical social worker in Chicago, Illinois. We talk about Jonathan’s clinical work with clients who have experienced trauma, cross-cultural practice, whiteness, and self-disclosure. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Jonathan Foiles, who is a clinical social worker in Chicago, Illinois.

Eating Disorders and Addictions

Counselor Toolbox podcast

PostPartum Depression

Counselor Toolbox podcast

Women who were not receiving clinical treatment, 30% of women with postpartum depression were still depressed up to 3 years after giving birth

ADHD, Addiction, and Mental Health

Counselor Toolbox podcast

School Social Work, Immigration, Racism as Trauma - Katherine Ambi?a, LMSW

Doin' The Work

Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Katherine Ambía, who is the clinical site coordinator at a school-based mental health clinic in Queens, New York. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Katherine Ambía, who is the clinical site coordinator at a school-based mental health clinic in Queens, New York.

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The Clinical Interview In-person

University of Connecticut

While many trainings examine symptoms, psychopathology, and existing diagnostic assessment tools, this seminar has the actual clinical interview at its focus. We will explore how to gather the information you need for diagnosis and treatment planning, and hone your clinical interviewing skills. It connects to ethics because attendees will learn how to ensure their clinical interviewing adheres to the strictest of ethical principles. Jennifer Berton, PhD, LICSW, CADC-II.

LCSW Exam Prep: Clinical Documentation

Therapist Development Center

This month’s ASWB LMSW and LCSW topic is one that is important well beyond the exam: Clinical Documentation. Even our code of ethics speaks to the importance of clinical documentation.

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Mental wellbeing can, and should, be assessed in clinical samples

Society of Clinical Psychology

Before you continue reading this blog, take a moment and reflect for one moment: what do you, as a clinical psychologist, use as a criterion for recovery or therapy success? Evidence now supports these three rationales, as studies have shown that both traditional clinical approaches (e.g.,

ASWB Exam Prep: Clinical Assessment

Therapist Development Center

Today’s ASWB social work blog topic is one that is important for both the exams and our clinical practice: clinical assessment. In fact, this topic is so important that TDC created a six hour clinical assessment course on life stressors … Continued.

Ask An Expert: Fiona (Clinical Manager)

Living Sober

Today's expert is Fiona, the Clinical Manager of CareNZ addiction treatment service in Wellington. The post Ask An Expert: Fiona (Clinical Manager) first appeared on Living Sober. Ask An Expert: Fiona (Clinical Manager) was first posted on July 20, 2022 at 10:54 am. ©2019

Ask An Expert: Fiona (Clinical Manager)

Living Sober

Today's expert is Fiona, the Clinical Manager of CareNZ addiction treatment service in Wellington. Mrs D: What is Care NZ's general approach when helping people with […] Ask An Expert: Fiona (Clinical Manager) was first posted on July 20, 2022 at 10:54 am. ©2019

Microaggressions towards LGBT individuals: what about clinical practice?

Society of Clinical Psychology

When working with minorities, this also means that we must be aware of the social system we navigate and how social norms, stereotypes, and biases may affect us and the person(s) we take care of in the clinical setting. WHAT DO MICROAGGRESSIONS LOOK LIKE IN THE CLINICAL SETTING?

What Is Clinical Depression, And What Does It Look Like?

My Brains Not Broken

As someone who has lived with clinical depression for almost a decade, I’ve learned a lot about what depression is, what it means to me, and how it looks in my day-to-day life. One of the most important things that’s helped me manage my clinical depression is to do research on what it is, why it’s different from other forms of depression, and what that means for me. So, what is clinical depression, and what does it look like in a person’s life?

Whiteness in clinical psychology: how do white female psychologists perceive whiteness?

The Social Care Elf

Humma Andleeb reviews a qualitative paper on deconstructing Whiteness in Clinical Psychology and how White female clinical psychologists perceive whiteness in the profession. The post Whiteness in clinical psychology: how do white female psychologists perceive whiteness?

Prescriptive Authority for Clinical Psychologists

Society of Clinical Psychology

This coursework is supplemented by a range of 1,500 (NPs, DNPs) to 9,000 (MD, DO) hours of supervised clinical training that involves assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment. Clinical Psychology: Science & Practice. [link]. Clinical Psychology Review, 33 , 883–900.

A Framework to Test Emotion Regulation in the Lab and the Clinic

Society of Clinical Psychology

Recruiting participants with the full range of psychopathology will further help determine whether these effects vary by levels of clinical severity. . Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. Clinical Psychology Review , 30 (2), 217–237. CLINICAL BULLETIN

Loneliness and psychosis in clinical practice

Society of Clinical Psychology

In practice, clinical psychologists typically focus on diagnosing and treating specific mental health conditions. 1980) may be administered during clinical intake to inform treatment planning. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, Accepted April, 2020. CLINICAL BULLETIN

UPDATE: Federal Rule to Prevent Surprise Health Care Billing – Application to Clinical Social Workers

Social Work Blog

We are also advocating on behalf of clinical social workers with key federal regulatory agencies and other stakeholders. Document the GFE in the clinical record. Featured Articles Professional Education and Training clinical Good Faith Estimates Social Workers Surprise Billing

Happy Social Work Month Clinical Social Workers!

American Board of Clinical Social Work

We mentor our students/interns/clinical supervisees, and Work on collaborations, networking and forging partnerships. As we celebrate National Superheroes (SW) Month, I am reminded of all the things we do for others…. How we strive to provide the best quality care to our clients on a daily basis. Of how as clinicians, we do our best to educate, motivate, and empower others. How we promote independence, share resources, and build coalitions.

Proven Topics for Growth in Clinical Supervision

The How to Social Worker

Proven Topics for Growth in Clinical Supervision. Growing in Clinical Supervision Clinical supervision is critical to help you grow as a clinician. Proven Topics for Growth in Clinical Supervision. The How to Social Worker.

Differences Between Clinical and Non-Clinical Social Work

Simmons University

It’s important to understand the different types of social work — clinical or non-clinical — so that you can make an informed decision about which area of practice is the best fit for you. The post Differences Between Clinical and Non-Clinical Social Work appeared first on SC-UMT. The need for professional social workers continues to grow.

Tips and Resources for First-Year Graduate Students in Clinical Psychology

Society of Clinical Psychology

I remember entering my first year as graduate student in clinical psychology full of questions: What materials would I need? Therapy: It is essential to take care of our mental health, but as graduate students in clinical psychology, we can face unique obstacles to accessing therapy.

Ideological Bias in Social Sciences and Implications for Clinical Practice

Society of Clinical Psychology

This commitment has undergirded the call for multicultural competency and humility in professional clinical practice and research and across a range of individual and group differences. Implications of ideological bias in social psychology on clinical practice. CLINICAL BULLETIN

What Does Social Justice Have To Do With Therapy? Critical Conversations in Clinical Supervision Can Help Reclaim Social Work’s Mission

The New Social Worker

It may be time to examine clinical supervision from a social justice lens. From this standpoint and with renewed commitment to “meeting clients where they actually are,” we can fully reclaim our profession’s mission within the clinical arena

Applying to Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs: Tips and Resources

Society of Clinical Psychology

Tips and Resources for Applying to Graduate Programs in Clinical Psychology. When I was applying to PhD programs in clinical psychology, I remember experiencing a mix of emotions – anxiety, excitement, stress. You Can Get In!

Integrated Approaches to Clinical Supervision—A Vital Component of Professional Development

The New Social Worker

Integrated approaches to supervision are the bedrock of the clinical supervision framework. Supervisees should familiarize themselves with various approaches and the quality of the supervisee-supervisor relationship

Integrated Approaches to Clinical Supervision—A Vital Component of Professional Development

The New Social Worker

Integrated approaches to supervision are the bedrock of the clinical supervision framework. Supervisees should familiarize themselves with various approaches and the quality of the supervisee-supervisor relationship

NHS ‘care hotels’ spark concerns after report of clinical waste in bath

The Guardian

Clinical Considerations When Clients Have Children

Society of Clinical Psychology

This SCP blog by Zalewski, Goodman, Cole, and McLaughlin corresponds with a new Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice article titled, “Clinical Considerations when Treating Adults who are Parents.” Clinical considerations when treating adults who are parents.

Identifying Mechanisms of Change in Clinical Supervision

Society of Clinical Psychology

This is a Section 10 Student Blog Post on identifying mechanisms of change in clinical supervision written by Lucas Zullo , a fourth year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and his clinical supervisor, Dr. Mona Robbins.

Importance of Addressing Internalized Racism in Clinical Practice (SCP Diversity Committee)

Society of Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is one of the few specialties that can directly address internalized racism, but overt racism tends to be the focus in clinical practice. Fisher, PhD is an Assistant Professor and clinical psychologist at Northwestern University. CLINICAL BULLETIN