Self-Care A-Z: Self-Care During Poopy Times
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by Erlene Grise-Owens
4d ago
We all experience poopy times. With a good enough focus and some gratitude, this, too, shall pass ..read more
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Social Work Tech Talk: Facing Up to Facial Recognition
The New Social Worker Magazine
by Gina Griffin
1w ago
The future is here. Facial recognition is used in everyday tasks like unlocking your phone and in more weighty situations, such as providing suspect matches in law enforcement. When it gets it wrong, the cost can be high ..read more
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Social Work Tech Talk: Facing Up to Facial Recognition
The New Social Worker Magazine
by Gina Griffin
1w ago
The future is here. Facial recognition is used in everyday tasks like unlocking your phone and in more weighty situations, such as providing suspect matches in law enforcement. When it gets it wrong, the cost can be high ..read more
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Self-Care A-Z: F-That - Flexibility as a Form of Self-Care
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2w ago
When you find yourself saying “F-that,” consider taking it as an opportunity to incorporate flexibility as a form of self-care. This prioritization will likely mean approaching situations critically, assertively, and creatively ..read more
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Biopsychosocial-Tech Assessment: Navigating With Humility
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3w ago
Social workers are on the front lines of digital spaces as we observe and process with people about their digital experiences. You do not have to be a tech expert, but you must remain curious and ask deep questions about what clients do online ..read more
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Book Review: Embodied Self Awakening
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by Libby Trammell
1M ago
Libby Trammell reviews Embodied Self Awakening: Somatic Practices for Trauma Healing and Spiritual Evolution ..read more
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Ethics Alive! Social Work Values and Roles in Times of War
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by Allan Barsky
1M ago
In times of war, terrorism, and violence, many people grapple with a broad range of emotions. As social workers, it is crucial for us to recognize these emotions in ourselves and manage them effectively ..read more
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Self-Care A-Z: Self-Care Is the Lifeline That Prepares You To Power Up Your Resiliency
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1M ago
Resiliency is not a fixed construct or static experience. As you embrace a self-care practice that you feel good about, resiliency increases. How will you use the lifeline of self-care to power up your resiliency ..read more
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Self-Care A-Z: An ARC for Self-Care—Appreciate, Recognize, and Construct
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by Erlene Grise-Owens, Allison Berkowitz
1M ago
We realized we’ve each used a similar pattern to make small, positive changes in our lives. As a self-care approach, it gives a structure that can be replicated. We named the pattern ARC. Appreciate, Recognize, Construct. Give it a try ..read more
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The 2023 Re-Cap: The New Social Worker’s Top 10 Articles for 2023...PLUS
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by Linda May Grobman
2M ago
What can we say about 2023? The New Social Worker’s list of Top 10 Articles for 2023 tells us the story of what social workers have been reading here. We look forward to seeing you, our readers, our friends, in 2024 ..read more
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