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NASW Social Work Talks podcast gives us an opportunity to explore topics that social workers care about and to hear from social work experts and practitioners.
Heather Burzynski, MSW, APSW, SAC-IT, works as a clinical social worker with the Green Bay Police Department. She talks about the benefits of having a social worker embedded within a police department.
The podcast team members reflect on the topics we covered in 2019, what we're working on for 2020, and give thanks to our listeners and our amazing guests.
Raymond Monsour Scurfield, DSW, LCSW, ACSW, NASW 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, speaks about his work with faith-based and secular meditation in his private practice and in the classroom.
Elizabeth B. Strand, PhD, LCSW, Director of Veterinary Social Work and Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, talks about the need for veterinary social workers and why she loves her work.
Megan Fenyoe, LCSW, is an Air Force veteran, host of the Blonde Bombshell podcast, and author of "You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle to Strength." Her work focuses on how the mind affects well-being, and how individuals can use their personal strengths to overcome challenges.
In this episode, we speak with Ruth Glenn, President & CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a domestic violence prevention advocate and survivor.
Jean E Balestrery, PhD, MA, MSW, LICSW, talks about what social workers need to know about how dementia effects indigenous peoples.
Our guest Michael Wilkins, LCSW, is therapist at the Center for Trauma & Resilience in Denver. We speak with Michael about his work bringing yoga and breathing techniques to inmates in Colorado.
Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, speaks with us about how social workers can help prevent suicide.
Singer is an associate professor of social work at Loyola University Chicago and a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in working with children and families. He's also the host of the award-winning Social Work Podcast, and author of multiple publications, including "Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner's Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention."
Clinical social workers, like other clinicians such as psychologists, would like to be able to practice in multiple states or territories.
NASW CEO Angelo McClain, PhD, LICSW, speaks with Mary Jo Monahan, CEO of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) about efforts to enable social work practice mobility.
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