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Social Work Journal
This article describes the religious and spiritual beliefs and practices among a national sample of 426 licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs). Given the significant role LCSWs’ intrinsic religiosity plays in whether or not they consider clients’ religion and spirituality as it relates to practice, it is critical that the profession best understands current LCSWs’ religious and spiritual beliefs, and in what ways these mirror or contrast those of the clients whom they serve. NASW members, sign in to read this article.
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Medicare requires providers to document all activities and interventions performed for a Medicare beneficiary. These services include office visits, telephone calls, consultations, and referrals. Documenting services for a Medicare beneficiary is an important tool validating that services were performed. It also reveals the ongoing professional activities of a clinical social worker.
As mental health professionals, clinical social workers work in high-risk
situations and should be aware of practice outcomes of worst and best
While the services provided in a private practice are clinical, it's important to remember that it is also a business that requires preparation, organization, and a business plan to be successful.
Being a credentialed social worker makes all the difference. Social workers who want recognition for their professional achievements and who want to unlock new career paths come to NASW for their credentials.
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