At the end of last week, we woke up with the news of war in Europe. I’m not going to discuss the responsibilities and the actions that led to this war (I will leave that for other posts – and twitter…), but it is expected that in the next days and weeks we will have more and more news about a war that is not that far from us.
Tag Archives: social work
[058.18] Building practice supervision in learning organisations: Partnership Conference
The conference will include sessions on: initiatives exploring how to make better use of supervision as an opportunity for organisational and individual learning; the development and early roll out of the Practice Supervisor Development Programme; local approaches to supervision and transferable learning; how families and young people can be involved in supervision.
[049.18] Fall 2018 issue of The New Social Worker
Highlights include practicing social work across three levels, suicide risk in schools, collegiate recovery programs, following up after the job interview, how to navigate a job promotion, sitting with difficult emotions, book reviews, and more! Download the Fall 2018 issue now!
[045.18] Readability in Social Work Intervention- A necessary discussion
how important the use readability formulas can be, to assure that the documents and pamphlets that we usually create to “help” our clients are really written for them and that it can be fully understood.