This reference guide outlines the knowledge and skills required for effective clinical practice. It is an excellent resource for any social worker in private practice.
Social workers often receive training on managing safety issues while in the community. But they must also be aware and prepared to ensure their safety in a familiar setting such as their office.
Retiring a solo or group practice can be challenging, especially when working in a high-volume practice. It’s important to retire your practice with careful planning to avoid any problems after your practice has officially closed.
As mental health professionals, clinical social workers work in high-risk situations and should be aware of practice outcomes of worst- and best-case scenarios.
Thanks to the cultural taboo against talking about money, psychotherapists and their clients avoid discussing the single most powerful cultural force shaping how people think, feel, and behave. This publication helps mental health professionals understand how money can affect their ability to be effective in their work, and teaches the basics of addressing money-related issues with their clients.
Kimberley Zittel | NASW Press
Postpartum mood disorders (PMDs) continue to occur with great frequency. This publication provides vital education on the treatments available for those who suffer with PMD, models used around the world, and ways that the United States could improve on efforts to assist those experiencing PMDs.
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