Sat.Feb 04, 2023 - Fri.Feb 10, 2023

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DfE care review response: key points

Community Care

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The Challenges of Setting Goals

My Brains Not Broken

When it comes to living a mental healthy life, setting goals can be a good way to build a strong foundation. Whether your goals inspire massive change or a small shift, setting a goal is an opportunity. I’ll be honest – I don’t always take that opportunity.

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Top 5 tips for getting the most from therapy

Prosper Health Collective

Attending therapy , especially the first session, can be a daunting experience for many people. This is completely normal, and it is often helpful once you know what to expect as you navigate this journey towards a thriving mental health with your psychologist.

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The group home industry excuse machine leaps into action after still another tragedy

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

Two girls ran from a group home in Arizona. Their bodies were found here. On Jan. 7, two girls, one age 17, the other 15, ran away from a group home in Mesa Arizona. Two weeks later their bodies were found in a nearby pond.

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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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What is Wayne’s Weekly??

The Critical Blog

During my time as BASW England Anti-racism Visionary, I was fortunate enough to receive staunch support from my allies, colleagues and peers. As part of my work, I managed to build an extensive and wide-ranging professional network on different platforms.

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A course of therapy

Prosper Health Collective

Prior to seeing a psychologist there are some key pieces of information that it is good to know. First and foremost, psychology should ALWAYS be collaborative.

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NCCPR in The Imprint: No, “Neglect” Is Not a Gateway Allegation

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

Remember the great reefer madness scares in the late 20th Century? Maybe marijuana itself wasn’t so bad, it was said, but it’s a gateway drug!

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Creating a mentally helpful living space

Blurt It Out

Our living space can impact how we feel. Changing our environment doesn’t have to be expensive, there are little, inexpensive things we can do that can make a big difference. Stop, sit, look We can spend time in our living space without noticing how it affects us.

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Using Photographs to Bring Dignity to Patients and Help Clinicians Find Meaning and Joy in Work

CAPC

Patient-selected photographs at the bedside impacted patients' sense of dignity and clinicians' sense of meaningful work. News Bites

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Treatment List Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post Treatment List Coming Soon! first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. Treatment List

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Self-Care A-Z: 4 Self-Care Principles To Reach Your Visionary Goals and Feel Good About It

The New Social Worker

I was convinced I was practicing “effective” self-care! However, I merely used self-care as a luxury, a pamper session, the latest item acquisition. True self-care is more than an addendum, an afterthought, and a PRN activity

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Keeping Our Eyes on the Prize

Beyond Advocacy

For Black History Month, the Public Broadcasting Company (PBS) series Eyes on the Prize has been the go-to source for the most comprehensive understanding of the struggle for civil rights for black Americans. It is worth reviewing for those who have not seen it or have not watched it in a while.

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"Palliative Care Is the Only Medical Field That I Feel Like I'm Treated As a Person, Not As a Black Person": A Mixed-Methods Study of Minoritized Patient Experiences with Palliative Care

CAPC

Study exploring differences in patient experiences by race/ethnicity when receiving palliative care. News Bites

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CP:SP Journal Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post CP:SP Journal Coming Soon! first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. Cpsp Journal

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What is collaborative care?

Prosper Health Collective

Collaborative care is the cornerstone to everything we do at Prosper Helath Collective. But what is it and why does it matter? We hope this infographic explains. The post What is collaborative care? appeared first on Prosper Health Collective. Therapy Uncategorized

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Member Spotlight Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post Member Spotlight Coming Soon! first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. Member Spotlight

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TCP Newsletter Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post TCP Newsletter Coming Soon! first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. Tcp Newsletter

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SCP Blog Series Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post SCP Blog Series Coming Soon! first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. Scp Blog Series

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Emergency Department Clinician Experience with Embedded Palliative Care

CAPC

A study in the Journal of Palliative Medicine reports benefits of embedding palliative care clinicians into the emergency department. News Bites

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