Posts Tagged ‘social workers’

 

Schools and Communities – How Social Workers Help

April 4, 2012

By the late Margaret Gibelman, DSW   Introduction School social workers serve students, school administrators, teachers, and families in...

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Excerpt from the Book “A New Way to Win, How to Resolve Your Child Custody Dispute Without Giving Up, Giving In, or Going Broke”

April 4, 2012

By Tobias Desjardins, LCSW   SECTION ONE: Laying a Foundation for Change Understanding the Stakes Understanding what is at stake in a...

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Six Tips for Diffusing Tot Tantrums

June 14, 2011

By Bette J. Freedson, LCSW, LICSW Introduction Eliminating toddler tantrums altogether is impossible. Managing them reasonably well is possible....

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Excerpt from the Book “A New Way to Win, How to Resolve Your Child Custody Dispute Without Giving Up, Giving In, or Going Broke”

September 21, 2010

SECTION ONE: Laying a Foundation for Change Understanding the Stakes Understanding what is at stake in a custody battle is critical. As a child...

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Three Questions About Driving and Dementia

October 15, 2008

By Geri Adler, PhD, MSW   Introduction Dr. Geri Adler is Assistant Professor in the Graduate College of Social Work at the University of...

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Culturally Sensitivity Care in an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic

March 21, 2007

By Susan Winston, LCSW   Introduction Cultural Sensitivity at an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic Case Study - Boris...

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Family Safety Tip Sheet – Coping With Terrorism

July 31, 2006

By Lynn Hagan, PsyD, CTRS, LCSW   NOTE: Lynn Hagan is a social worker who lived and worked in Kuwait for five years. As part of her...

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Understanding Adolescents’ and Children’s Responses to the Loss

July 21, 2006

By Renee Garcia, MSW, Elizabeth C. Pomeroy, PhD, LCSW, and Danielle E. Parrish, MSW, Doctoral Student   Introduction Birth to...

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Dealing With Tragedy

June 23, 2006

Por Lesa Warren, LCSW   Introduction A Feeling of Helplessness A Search for Meaning Blaming Ourselves or...

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Raising Confident and Secure Children

June 20, 2006

By Jay Finestone, MSW, LSW, BCD Introduction Temperament Makes a Difference Know Your Child's Strengths and...

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