The Social Work Webring is a membership of Social Work related websites which are commonly linked together to form an online community of websites providing information and services to the Social Work and related fields.
This blog is what happens when a social worker burns out.
Philosophical reflections from a Canadian MSW who thinks too much. A blog with simple origins. I’m bored and I think a lot. So why not tackle two birds with one stone? Plus I am really into fostering discourse on and around social issues, welfare, and healthy communities. By continuing to exchange ideas and examining our daily observations, there maybe revelations which should be shared!
BC Social Workers is a blog that provides information, events, job postings and media articles of interests to social workers, students and other social service professionals in British Columbia, Canada.
An illustrated humor by an HIV case manager.
A macro-practice social worker's reflections about academics, careers, and social justice issues.
A social work blog.
A place for Social Workers, professionals and students in the Vancouver Sea-to-Sky region to find links, information and keep informed about events and training.
I hold a Masters of Social Work degree and currently work in an acute hospital as a medical social worker. In my free time, I like engage in plenty of activities not related to my career. This blog documents the randomness my daily life and my attempts to make the most out of living.
Psychotherapist in private practice serving adolescents and adults treating: PTSD/trauma, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse/addiction
The most up-to-date test preparation site on the internet uses content specialists to review and upload new program materials on a weekly basis. The web site provides hundreds of case studies with questions in the new BEST CHOICE, WHAT DO YOU DO FIRST? format. Additional data banks cover exam content and create individual profiles of your progress and review of missed questions. Simulations further prepare you with daily newsletters containing content material and motivational VIDEOS to keep you on track. Podcasts and iPod downloads are part of their services that can be accessed 24/7 from anywhere that has internet connection. Study at home, library, or even at an internet cafe!
I was required to create a social work portfolio for my final assessment piece of my social work degree. Being an avid computer user, I decided to create a website rather than a paper based portfolio.
Social Work Internætional Platform (SWIP) is created for scientists, practitioners, students and people interested in social work topics, mainly providing * a well catagorized database of social work related contributions * a reference database, pre-sorted by keywords * an up-to-date event calendar for social work related conferences, summer schools etc. * a network for individuals, organisations and institutions * livestreams of selected events (status: planned in audio and/or video)
I'm a young(ish) social worker in a Big City - I talk mostly about child welfare, adoption, family preservation and mental health. I also talk about myself, politics, religion, and occasionally other things that people probably wish I didn't!
The Social Work Podcast provides information on all things social work, including direct practice (both clinical and community organizing), research, policy, education... and everything in between. Join your host, Jonathan Singer, LCSW, as he explores topics near and dear to every social worker's heart. Podcasts can be listened to from the computer or downloaded to an MP3 player. Although the intended audience is social workers, the information will be useful to anyone in a helping profession (including psychology, nursing, psychiatry, counseling, and education).
Social Work World - A World of Support and Resouces for Social Workers, Social Work Students and Those Interested in Social Issues. Includes articles, resource lists, job opportunities, social work gifts, discussion listserv and much, much more.
|<< Previous||1 2||Next >>|