NASW Social Work Talks

NASW Social Work Talks Podcast

Inform, Educate & Inspire

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. 

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EP66: Social Workers in Film

Jan 26, 2021

Gerri Matthews and Matt AndersonIn this episode, we speak with Matt Anderson and Gerri Matthews are social workers who use film as a way to advocate for people and causes they believe in.


EP65: Emotional Intelligence

Dec 29, 2020

George AndersonGeorge Anderson is a board-certified diplomate in psychotherapy, and author of "Gaining Control of Ourselves," among other works. We talk with him about emotional intelligence and how social workers can use it in their work.


EP64: Raising Kids with Grit and Resilience

Dec 15, 2020

Elisa Nebolsine Elisa Nebolsine, LCSW, is author of "The Grit Workbook for Kids." We speak with her about why grit and determination are so important, and how parents and social workers can help kids develop these important skills.


EP63: Why We Need More Black Male Social Workers

Nov 24, 2020

Walter Palmer, JD, and Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-CWe speak with Walter Palmer, JD, and Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-C, and about why we need more Black male social workers, and how we can support people looking to enter the profession.


EP62: Ending Domestic Violence in the Military and Beyond

Oct 27, 2020

white ribbon with government sealWhite Ribbon VA is a campaign of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence in VA health care settings and in communities to promote a positive change in the culture.


EP61: Justice and Joy: Self-Care in 2020

Oct 20, 2020

Sharea Farmer Sharea Farmer, LCSW, has years of success in helping clients recover from anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. We speak with her about why self-care and community building are so important for Black and brown people in this time of heightened anxiety.


EP60: History of EAPs

Sep 29, 2020

Dale MasiDale A. Masi, PhD, LCSW-C, CEAP, is Professor Emeritus at University of Maryland and author of "The History of Employee Assistance Programs in the United States." She talks to us about the social work roots of employee assistance programs (EAPs).


EP59: Helping People Overcome Eating Disorders

Aug 25, 2020

Mary Anne CohenWe speak with Mary Anne Cohen, director of the New York Center for Eating Disorders. She's author of the NASW Press publication, "Treating the Eating Disorder Self: A Comprehensive Model for the Social Work Therapist."


EP58: Meet NASW President Mit Joyner

Aug 11, 2020

Mit JoynerIn July 2020, Mildred "Mit" C. Joyner, DPS, MSW, LCSW, started her three-year term as NASW's President. We talk with her about her vision for the association in the midst of a global pandemic and a reckoning around racism.


EP57: Black Lives Matter: The Role of Social Work in Dismantling Structural Racism in the USA

Jul 28, 2020

Black Lives Matter. Let's Talk Social WorkIn this special episode, NASW’s Senior Policy Consultant Mel Wilson is interviewed by Andy McClenaghan on Let’s Talk Social Work, a podcast from the British Association of Social Workers Northern Ireland. Mel shares what’s been happening in the United States, and what we’re doing here to push for real change and social justice.


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