On this site, you will find blogs written by social workers from all areas of the field, from hospitals, mental health, social policy, therapy, child welfare and beyond.
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Oct 22, 2012
Here are a couple more blogs for you all:
Oct 18, 2012
This post at Overcoming Bias is definitely social work related. What it shows is that our profession is both not very recognized, publicized or utilized! In it, they state:
The missing group here is alms experts: we have no strong profession of those who specialize in helping the poor, crippled, etc.
I'm sorry, but is that not us? My theory is that a majority of social workers with the skills to work at the top not only don't see that they have those skills, but undervalue the title of social worker. If they're working at the top levels, they damn well don't call themselves social workers.
Check out the post HERE.
Oct 17, 2012
Here are a couple more blogs for you this week.
Martin Webber's Blog
Radical Social Work
As always, let me know what you think about them, and pass along any other blogs you think should be included here! I'll be doing another cleanup of the rolls here in a while.
Oct 15, 2012
Here's a couple new blogs for you to peruse.
The first one is of interest to me because the author of the blog, Malcolm Payne, wrote (or edited) one of my early social work texts, so that's kind of exciting! Anyways, here it is:
Social Work and End of Life Care
The other blog is concerning Social Work and Social Media. You can find it here:
Social Work/Social Care and Media
Oct 13, 2012
I thought this might be a pertinent topic, especially considering what's happening these days in politics. Maybe this blog has something to say that might help with your upcoming decisions?
The Political Social Worker