Helping students on your caseload to manage their anger might sometimes feel like navigating a ship through murky waters. While it may be challenging to work with students dealing with anger issues, as a therapist in a school-based therapy job, you are instrumental in helping them learn to manage their emotions with a healthy mindset.… Read More »
Each of the therapy activities for adolescent self-esteem on this list is excellent at encouraging teens and young adults to think about positive traits that make them unique. School counselors and social workers, what do you think about these ideas? Can you add any of your own? Please let us know in the comments section… Read More »
Let’s keep Social Work Month rolling with this in-depth look at one social worker’s unique experiences with a multi-agency approach to social work. Sam Fugill spent most of her career working on teams of social workers, but she currently finds herself in a completely different situation. Her team includes mental health nurses, Speech-Language Pathologists, teachers,… Read More »
Along with National Social Work Month, March is also recognized by the BIAA (Brain Injury Association of America) as National Brain Injury Awareness Month. How do these topics correlate? Discover how Social Workers can impact the recovery of mild traumatic brain injuries. Visit www.biausa.org to learn about BIAA’s mission to improve the quality of life for all people… Read More »
We salute these standout social workers who were featured on Social Work Today! Click here to read more about their extraordinary work. Happy National Social Work Month to all!