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Tips to Keep Yourself Mentally Healthy this 2022 Christmas Season

Psychological Health Care

The holiday season is traditionally a time for cheer, family gatherings and spending time with loved ones. Unfortunately, it can also cause some people to feel stressed and depressed.

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Natural Disasters, Mental Health, and Practice in Action


Deona Hooper. Dr. Kristie Holmes and Barbara Colwell, LCSW discuss how the Redcross supports emergency management services during natural disasters.


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All You Need To Know About Social Work Articles

Social Work Haven

Reading is an important part of social work education and professional development.

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Third Season Episode 31:A conversation with Paul and Sally Nash on the sibling support projectThird Season Episode 31:

Hospice Chaplaincy

In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Rev. Paul Nash and his wife Rev. Dr. Sally Nash on their current research “The Sibling Support Project.” Paul and Sally Nash live in Birmingham UK and married in 1986. They are both ordained Anglicans, both Myers Briggs Type Indicator Practitioners (although opposite types), both support London football teams […]. Articles Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy Show

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Get Connected: Using Social Media for Social Work Success

Speaker: Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW.

In this webinar with business development consultant Gary Direnfeld, we will explore the different methods of marketing your private social work practice and boosting your online presence. Gary will provide valuable insight on choosing and using social media to attract viable referrals.

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NCCPR in Youth Today: You don’t need a task force to tell you why institutionalized children run

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

Most of the time when industries want more money from government, they cite their success. It takes a special kind of chutzpah to make the case for more taxpayer money based on your own failure. Yet that’s what the “residential treatment” industry has been doing in Colorado. News accounts have documented a litany of failure , from abuse of institutionalized children to runaways dying.