Mental Health in Schools - Tre King, MSW

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Tre King, who is a Mental Health Coordinator in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Tre explains how he is one of 65 mental health coordinators in the school district’s Department of Mental Health Services, and that he and his colleagues each serve five schools of various grade levels. Tre discusses what it is like to work within the same school district he attended, in his own community, and how he sees himself in his students. Episode 29.

Tamara Dopwell Social Entrepreneur Shares Her Personal Stress Hacks

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

Dopwell currently works full-time as a school social worker. Taking care of one’s wellbeing is a vital part of a healthy life. Many strive to maintain the appearance of what is culturally expected. We see this striving especially during the holiday season.

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The Messages that Sabotage Self Care

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

For the first four years of elementary school, I wore those horrible black and white saddle oxford shoes. Go to school, get a job, take care of your practical personal needs. My nails were beautiful and my mother was furious.

One affordable retreat that can lower cortisol levels

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

Think back to elementary school science class. Cortisol is released when our fight or flight system is triggered. When cortisol levels are consistently high, it causes a myriad of health problems. I am going to talk about an affordable retreat that can lower cortisol levels.

Free Yourself from Worrying About Change

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

A simple timeline looks like number line elementary school teachers use to teach addition and subtraction. Others may choose to start their timeline with high school graduation. How often do you find yourself worrying about a situation, impending event, or the past?

Health Education, Peer-to-Peer, High School Students - Valerie Berrin

Doin' The Work

known as HIP – a Miami, Florida based organization delivering a peer-to-peer model of health education in high schools. We discuss the importance and effectiveness of HIP’s model and how they were able to partner with the public school district as well as independent private schools to have HIP in 58 high schools in Miami-Dade County, serving 34,000 ninth graders during this school year alone.

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Are You Looking for the Best Gift Ever?

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

I stopped sleeping with stuffed animals and my puppet when I entered junior high school. Tom and Jerry. One of the best Christmas presents I ever got was a Tom and Jerry puppet. My Tom and Jerry puppet looked exactly like the cartoon characters. Tom had a blue head made of rubber.

Youth Leadership, Mental Health, School Shootings, Adult Allies - Martin Rafferty

Doin' The Work

Martin explains how Youth ERA responds to school shootings as well as the stigma surrounding mental health. Martin explains how Youth ERA responds to school shootings as well as the stigma surrounding mental health. Episode 7 Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW Guest: Martin Rafferty. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook.

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Surviving Racism in Academia - Maxine Davis, MSW, MBA, PhD

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Maxine Davis, who is an Assistant Professor and the Chancellor’s Scholar of Inclusive Excellence in Intimate Partner Violence Prevention & Intervention at Rutgers School of Social Work. Episode 55 Guest: Maxine Davis, MSW, MBA, PhD Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW.

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Surviving Racism in Academia - Maxine David, MSW, MBA, PhD

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Maxine Davis, who is an Assistant Professor and the Chancellor’s Scholar of Inclusive Excellence in Intimate Partner Violence Prevention & Intervention at Rutgers School of Social Work. Episode 55 Guest: Maxine Davis, MSW, MBA, PhD Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW.

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Exposing the Right-Wing & Corporate Takeover of Education & Democracy - Jasmine Banks

Doin' The Work

Jasmine explains what the Koch network is and how, through multi-million-dollar contributions, they promote ideas and policies that suppress voting rights, question climate change while actually advancing it, deny the reality of COVID, attack workers’ rights, and are behind the wide-spread efforts to ban any discussion of slavery and systemic racism in schools by attacking critical race theory and the 1619 Project. Episode 50 Guest: Jasmine Banks Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW.

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Critical Race Theory and Social Work - Laura S. Abrams, MSW, PhD and Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP

Doin' The Work

Laura is the Chair and Professor of Social Welfare at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Laura is the Chair and Professor of Social Welfare at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Episode 37. Guests: Laura S. Abrams, MSW, PhD; Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP. 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.

Transformational Healing & Critical Race Theory in Practice - Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP & Susana Victoria Parras, LCSW, PPSC

Doin' The Work

Susana is a justice/healing based therapist in South Central, Los Angeles, California, and a former school social worker. Susana is a justice/healing based therapist in South Central, Los Angeles, California, and a former school social worker. Episode 42 Guests: Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP & Susana Victoria Parras, LCSW, PPSC Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify.

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

Doin' The Work

Kelechi is a full-time doctoral student at the University of Kansas in the School of Social Welfare. Kortney is a third-year doctoral student at the University of Kansas and a Professor of Practice in the School of Social Welfare. Kelechi is a full-time doctoral student at the University of Kansas in the School of Social Welfare. Kortney is a third-year doctoral student at the University of Kansas and a Professor of Practice in the School of Social Welfare.

Abolitionist Social Work - Cameron Rasmussen, MSW; Durrell Washington, MSW; Michelle Grier, LMSW; Vivianne Guevara, LMSW

Doin' The Work

Durrell is a PhD student at the University of Chicago School of Social Work. Vivianne is the Director of Social Work at the Federal Defenders of New York in Brooklyn, New York, Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University School of Social Work, and a facilitator in the community. Durrell is a PhD student at the University of Chicago School of Social Work.

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Prison to Professor - Nathan Stephens, MSW

Doin' The Work

Nathan highlights how school was a safe space for him to get away from the abuse he experienced at home, and that his academic performance was a strength, so he was excited to go back to college after prison, and he excelled. Nathan highlights how school was a safe space for him to get away from the abuse he experienced at home, and that his academic performance was a strength, so he was excited to go back to college after prison, and he excelled. Episode 36.

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Healing Trauma Through Community Building in Little Village - Alicia Martinez, MSW; David "Tiny" Estrada; Shipra Parikh, PhD, LCSW

Doin' The Work

They talk about the work they do in their community with families and youth by engaging in assistance services, counseling, conflict mediation and restorative justice, youth leadership and advocacy, anti-adultism, school transformation with restorative justice and a trauma-informed approach, and much more. Episode 35. Guests: Alicia Martinez, MSW; David “Tiny” Estrada; Shipra Parikh, PhD, LCSW. 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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Fighting White Nationalism - Eric Ward

Doin' The Work

Eric shares strategies Western States Center uses to organize, such as local research shared with civil rights organizations, coalition building, school-based materials, and trainings – and provides a variety of ways everyone can fight white nationalism. Episode 24. Guest: Eric Ward. 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.

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Youth Research Their Community - Leili Lyman

Doin' The Work

Leili explains how she learned how to conduct Youth Participatory Action Research at the RYSE Youth Center while she was in high school, and that her research explored why marijuana was the primary coping strategy for youth in her community. Leili explains how she learned how to conduct Youth Participatory Action Research at the RYSE Youth Center while she was in high school, and that her research explored why marijuana was the primary coping strategy for youth in her community.

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Youth Organizing, Restorative Justice, Youth of Color, Community Organizing - Keno Walker

Doin' The Work

We discuss Keno’s work to organize Black and Brown youth around issues impacting their community, such as the school-to-prison pipeline. We discuss Keno’s work to organize Black and Brown youth around issues impacting their community, such as the school-to-prison pipeline. Episode 9 Guest: Keno Walker Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook.

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Research, Rural Social Work, Dementia, Policy Advocacy - Nicole Ruggiano, PhD, MSW

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Nicole Ruggiano, who is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Alabama. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Nicole Ruggiano, who is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Alabama. Episode 3 Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW Guest: Nicole Ruggiano, PhD, MSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify.

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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. We discuss Katherine’s work with high school students who are experiencing a range of issues impacting their lives. We discuss Katherine’s work with high school students who are experiencing a range of issues impacting their lives.

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Mindfulness and Self Regulation for Children and Adolescents

Counselor Toolbox podcast

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The Fear Wasn’t of School

Gary Direnfeld

——— The issue was the child’s fear of going to school. Her child’s fear was not about the school. Her child was not anxious about school, but her safety as she had worried about her mother. Her child did return to school. abuse child behavior counseling domestic violence school related issuesTrigger warning: This post addresses domestic violence and child awareness.

Back to School

Parenthood Understood

I’m sending you good thoughts for peaceful adjustment, along with 3 simple tips to make back to school smoother this year. Say : Remind your kid that school is starting. The post Back to School appeared first on Parenthood Understood.

School Luncheons: Arugula Salad Recipe

Kylie the Creative Social Worker

I have another school luncheon recipe to share with you! It’s a great… The post School Luncheons: Arugula Salad Recipe appeared first on Kylie The Creative Social Worker | All rights reserved. Blog arugula salad recipe school luncheon school recipe school salad recipe

Managing back to school stress: part 2

Lawson Psychology

The post Managing back to school stress: part 2 appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Uncategorized school stress

£5m boost for school social work projects

Community Care

Projects testing the impact of social work support for schools have received a £5m boost, extending their lifespan until the summer. Overall, 146 social workers have been placed in schools, with each participtating authority also having a team manager for the project.

International Summer School: “Gender and Leadership: Social Work Education in Southeast Europe”

The International Association Of Schools Of Social

International Summer School: “Gender and Leadership: Social Work Education in Southeast Europe”. Annamaria Campanini, President of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Prof.

How are Social Workers and Schools Recovering from COVID Trauma?

SSW Netrwork

In this new survey we are interested in elevating your ideas and experiences about ways schools are responding to and recovering from the multiple COVID-related traumatic experiences during the 2021/2022 academic year.

Managing back to school stress

Lawson Psychology

The post Managing back to school stress appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology

Preventing school shootings

Stop Abuse Campaign

What do the experts know about school shootings, gun violence, and children? Gun violence is a public health problem, but it’s not all about school shootings. . It is essential to realize that school shootings make up a tiny percentage of youth firearms deaths.

School Luncheons: Arugula Salad

Kylie the Creative Social Worker

The post School Luncheons: Arugula Salad appeared first on Kylie The Creative Social Worker | All rights reserved. Interested in more luncheon recipes? Check out my Chicken Tortilla Soup here.

Why is choosing the right school for your child important? The differences between school types in England

The Critical Blog

The English education system has a variety of school types available (from privately owned to publicly funded, academies and free schools, single-sex and mixed, grammar schools and comprehensives), and deciphering the differences between them can be confusing to many parents.

The Stories We Tell Ourselves Part 3: School Social Work and School Segregation

SSW Netrwork

Racial segregation impacts resource distribution, access to opportunity, and democratic participation in public education. In 1954 the Supreme Court made a historic ruling on the Brown v. Board of Education case.

Navigating The Festive Juggle: When School Activities Add More “Stuff”

Blurt It Out

The post Navigating The Festive Juggle: When School Activities Add More “Stuff” appeared first on The Blurt Foundation. Living with Depression Children Christmas Diwali Eid Festive festive juggle frazzled Hanukah kids school young people

“Good Trouble” at School: A Call to Action for School Social Workers

University of Connecticut

School social workers don’t always receive discipline-specific clinical supervision in their school setting. It is time for school social workers to examine the social conditions, policies, and practices within the school setting that contribute to this inequity and advocate for the specialized field of school social work with the same tenacity and persistence as civil rights leaders. Tanya Bulls, DSW, LCSW. Christine L. Limone, PhD, LCSW.

The Critical Need for School Social Workers – Congressional Briefing March 30, 2022

SSW Netrwork

This bill amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to authorize the Department of Education to award renewable grants to high-need local educational agencies to retain or hire additional school social workers.

Trauma-Informed Restorative Justice Practices in Schools: An Opportunity for School Social Workers

Social Work Blog

While RJ is becoming increasingly popular among K–12 educators and in schools, emphasis is typically on its social justice applications, including its use as an alternative to zero-tolerance discipline policies and its role in dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline.