June, 2022

Overview of the Changes to the DSM 5 TR

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Trans Rights and Justice in a Time of Anti-Trans Attacks - Daye Pope

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Episode 54 Guest: Daye Pope 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.

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Depression: Why We’re So Exhausted

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For many of us living with depression, it’s tricky to remember a time when exhaustion wasn’t part of our life. When we didn’t feel bone-achingly tired. Not just “I need a nap” tired. But totally, utterly, completely, depleted. What does depression exhaustion feel like?

Keep calm and call an AMHP

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[Image created by freepik.com ]. National AMHP Day 2022 is here.

Using lived experience in social work education

Martin Webber

Systematic review of service user and carer involvement in social work education finds positive classroom experiences. Blog Co-production Learning and teaching Social work education

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My Cardiac Journey

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It followed a winter where our dog got cancer. We stopped walking. He passed away. Needing to get back in shape, we resumed walking, grieving the loss of our little boy. Those walks were different. Not reaching far, I experienced chest pain. I attributed it to being out of shape and pushed through.

National DoLs court launched to handle children’s deprivation of liberty cases

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The leading family judge has launched a National DoLs (deprivation of liberty) Court to handle applications to deprive children of their liberty, which have risen rapidly in recent years.

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Thoughts of Suicide Every Day

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Some people live with thoughts of suicide every day. I have lived this way. It's hell. Persistent suicidality can happen in depression , although it's not talked about very much.

Foresight-Based Map of Social Work’s Immediate Future/Heat Map: Considering 1-5 years Ahead

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One of the relevant steps in trying to think about what “social work of the future” might look like, is to rigorously map out what some of the issues, signals and drivers of change for the profession are right now.

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Assembling An ‘On The Go’ Coping Kit

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Having things that help us cope at home is great – but what about when we leave the house? Many of us struggle with going outside. The world can be an overwhelming, sensory-nightmare, people-y sort of place.

Want a go at podcasting?

Martin Webber

Here's an opportunity for a social work researcher or academic to join the Social Work Research Podcast working group. Blog Podcast Social work research

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It May Be Trauma If You Experienced….

Gary Direnfeld

Trigger Warning: This post discusses trauma.

Should the IRO role be abolished?

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Of all the 80 recommendations in the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care’s final report last month , the one that has met with the greatest opposition is its proposed abolition of the independent reviewing officer role.

The Problem with Mental Health Apps in 2022

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There are major problems with mental health apps. I hate to be a Negative Nancy about it, but there are. According to a webcast, I watched recently called BlogHer, there are more than 10,000 mental health apps in the app store right now. This must be a good thing, right?

How Does Sex Therapy Rescue Your Love Life? – 6 Incredible Ways

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Ahsan Qureshi. It is not a great topic to reveal that many people suffer from various sexual issues. Sex is an important aspect of people’s lives, and dealing with it may be challenging at times. There are a variety of sexual disorders that make it difficult for people to connect with others.

I Took Time Off And It Felt So Good

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I’ll be honest – it wasn’t my plan to not write a post last week. I’d had a few things planned but never hit the button to schedule them, so they didn’t happen.

The monster will get us, be quiet

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← How to Help Homeless LGBTQ Youth in America. Family monsters. I had a troubled childhood where neglect, abuse, and violence were common. It did something to me inside my brain and affected the rest of my life.

When the Request is Fix My Partner

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I receive so many emails that read similarly. They provide a lengthy litany of examples of the untoward behavior of their partner. They are seeking counseling as a last ditch effort hoping their partner will see the light and change. They want to know if I can be helpful. I will say rarely, but the truth is never do these emails have the person asking why they remain in so awful a situation. Never do they ask why they remain with a person whose behavior is clearly extreme.

Unions demand 11% pay rise for social workers

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Local government unions have called for an 11% pay rise for social workers and other council staff in response to the mounting cost of living.

Ep 4: Why Companies Should Care About Employees with Mental Illness and the Skills They Offer

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Snap Out of It! is talking to Christina McCarthy of One Mind at Work , the leading brain health nonprofit committed to healing the lives of people impacted by brain illness and injury through global, collaborative action.

What is the Importance of Information Security for Nonprofits

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It is impossible to overestimate the significance of information security in non-profit organizations. Businesses must take the necessary precautions to secure their sensitive data against unauthorized access and security breaches.

Dear Person on Day One

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Republishing this powerful post. == Welcome to a very special day - the first day of the rest of your life! I know that's a terrible cliche but image that it's true. Imagine that from today things start to really turn around for you.

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How to Help Homeless LGBTQ Youth in America

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← What is Childhood like for Nonbinary Youth? June is here once again and Pride Month is in full bloom, but for many LGBTQ youth, a celebration is not an option. .

webinar on “New Directions on Social Work Education in Asia and the Pacific”

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Webinar on “New Directions on Social Work Education in Asia and the Pacific” IASSW , TASWE , APASWE & GISW invites you all to join for the webinar on “New Directions on Social Work Education in Asia and the Pacific” . Date & Time – 9 June 2022 9.00-12.00

‘Why the evidence does not support multi-agency child protection units’

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By Andy Bilson . Last month, Sir Alan Wood called for the establishment of specialist child protection teams to create “… a highly skilled high performing group of staff that can ‘smell’ the cases likely to lead to death and serious injury”.