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What is generalised anxiety disorder?

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Everyone feels anxious at times; it’s our body’s way of keeping us alert. But it becomes an issue when worry or fear starts to interfere with your day-to-day life. This is when we as psychologists may term it an anxiety disorder.

5 Mindfulness Exercises You Can Incorporate This Week

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Focus On Outcomes

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The Department for Education has appointed Josh MacAlister to advise on the implementation of the children’s social care review that he led.

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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month 2022

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Hey, Tough Guy.

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Toxic masculinity doesn’t begin in adulthood. It begins in infancy with the expectation that boys must tough it out, suck it up, not cry and never need soothing. Indeed, that toxic masculinity for some is beat into them verbally, some physically.

5% of social workers have met CPD requirement as registration opens

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Just over 5% of social workers have met continuing professional development registration requirements as the three-month renewal period opens.

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Sometimes, You Just Need to Cry

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FAMCare Q&A: Configuration and Customization

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A government bid to speed up moving unaccompanied asylum-seeking children out of hotels into council care fails to address the dearth of placements available, directors have said.

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Do you notice your little one worrying? Is your child anxious about returning to school? Do they have difficulties sleeping at night, worrying about friendships, concerns about school work ? Do they worry about their future or the future of the world?

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Download your Self-Care Awareness Month calendar for 2022 and join The New Social Worker as we invite you to deepen awareness and activation of self-care

Tips for managing anxiety

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It is common to worry sometimes, we all do. However, when this develops into worry about many different areas of your life and starts to impact your day to day functioning, your sleep, your relationships with others or even your health, it can become problematic. What can you do?

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I have always been keen to maker sure adult social workers apply approaches and interventions that will make a positive difference people’s lives. Often, it isn’t clear which of these approaches and interventions have an evidence base.

Social work numbers up in Scotland but concerns over widening mental health officer shortages

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Council social worker numbers have increased in Scotland but there are concerns over rising shortages of mental health officers.

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I once looked up to my uncle, the Jesuit priest and teacher – then I discovered the monstrous truth

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Akerman and the National CASA/GAL Association for Children announce 2022 recipients of Academic Excellence Scholarship for foster youth

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The Unspoken Consequences of Trauma: Why I Haven’t Been Creative Lately

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It’s been a while since I’ve sat down and written anything creative. I used to write and create all the time – stories, poems, paintings, sculptures. But lately, I just can’t seem to get the words flowing. And I know why. Trauma has a way of stifling creativity. When we experience trauma, our focus shifts from the things that bring us joy to the things that keep us alive. We become consumed with worry, with stress, with trying to simply survive.

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Positive interventions and how to make them - Part Two

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Sober Story: Shane

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