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A quarter century. A generation.

I’m celebrating 25 years as a social worker today. Thanks go out to my clients (who have always been my best teachers), my professors, my supervisors, and my colleagues over the years. I’m grateful that I’m making more than the … Continue reading

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I am Adam Lanza’s…

If you spent time on the Internet this weekend, you probably read or saw mention of the article, “I am Adam Lanza’s Mother”.  If you have not, you need to read it.  Now.  I have seen her and her kid … Continue reading

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The Newest Endangered Species: Male Therapists

This (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/22/health/22therapists.html?partner=rss&emc=rss) is an interesting article in the New York Times from 5/21/11 about the current dearth in the counseling field of male therapists.  I’d have to agree with it’s assessments about the reasons why there aren’t much of us left.  Primarily … Continue reading

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Happy World Social Work Day 2010!

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A video about what social workers like me can do.

Social workers, like me, are not just people who give out welfare (they are rare in that field) or people who take children away (they are also rare in that field). They also work with individuals, families, couples, groups, and … Continue reading

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