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Why are you a LCSW Supervisor? (blog) Supervision Today

Why are you a LCSW Supervisor? (blog) Supervision Today

I remember the day that I became a Clinical Social Work Supervisor. I was working at a community counseling agency in which there was a need for a supervisor for their graduate student interns. “Susan would you like to supervise a student this semester?” the Clinical Director asked. “Sure,” I replied and, just like that, I […]

Working With Veterans and Military Families By Kate Jackson Social Work Today Vol. 13 No. 2 P. 12

Working With Veterans and Military Families By Kate Jackson Social Work Today Vol. 13 No. 2 P. 12

With veterans and military families, “meeting clients where they are” may require additional training, and social workers are preparing to address this challenge. Soldiers coming home from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars share the age-old grievances of all warriors throughout history, such as grief, bodily injury, combat stress, fatigue, and emotional anguish. Added to these […]

Liberals to Obama: not so fast on Social Security cuts – Christian Science Monitor

Liberals to Obama: not so fast on Social Security cuts – Christian Science Monitor

The worst fears of progressive groups were confirmed Friday: President Obama’s budget will include cuts to Social Security. But the call has gone out, and liberals are fighting back. Liberal groups issued a primal scream Friday over the news that President Obama’s budget next week will include cuts to Social Security. Skip to next paragraph […]

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