When I am asked what kind of work I do and I tell people that I am a social worker, I am no longer surprised to hear the questioner’s response.
Social workers are familiar with the concept of self-care. We preach it religiously to our clients. However, many times it is a challenge to put the concept into practice in our own lives.
You take a job you feel you’ll enjoy, but then you find some practices at the agency are paternalistic or don’t align with your professional values. Where do you go from here?
The relationship between rational thought and emotions is often painted as an uneasy alliance...
It has been argued that one is the loneliest number, but when it comes to medical social work - is it really?
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