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.
A blog by a MSW candidate sharing her experiences about the process of becoming a social worker. The website also includes various posts on helpful career resources as well as interviews with social workers working in different fields of practice.
Social justice, social service news, information & knowledge exchange for social workers, students and others who are concerned about social policy in BC and Canada.
Private practice website
Personal blog about my journey and recovery from depression and compassion fatigue. Provides resources about mindfulness, DBT, compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and self-care.
A collection of reflections for those learning and practicing psychotherapy, and clinical social work more generally, including discussions of theory, intervention strategies, clinical issues, business issues, and issues or relevance to students in the field.
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. Iím 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
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