nasw social work talks podcast

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nasw social work talks podcast informs, educates and inspires by exploring topics that social workers care about with experts and practitioners.

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ep89: learning to take risks

aug 01, 2022

nasw member kristen lee, ed.d., licsw, speaks about how social workers can reduce their fears and learn how to take risks.


ep88: social workers tackle recidivism

jul 29, 2022

monique bingham, msw, is nasw's 2022 emerging social work leader. she works as a mental health therapist at the anti recidivism coalition, which works to end mass incarceration in california.


ep87: supporting lgbtqia2s+ youth in 2022

jun 29, 2022

social worker caitlin ryan, founder and executive director of the family acceptance project, talks about how social workers can help families support their children who are lgbtqia2s+.


ep86: texas shooting aftermath

jun 16, 2022

will francis, executive director of nasw's texas chapter, speaks about the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting at an elementary school in uvalde, texas.


ep85: how to reach special populations with motivational interviewing

may 26, 2022

mary velasquez and gwen bouie haynesin this episode, we talk about how social workers can talk to harder-to-reach special populations about vaccines and use motivational interviewing to inform people about vaccines.


ep84: supporting families to prevent child abuse and neglect

apr 15, 2022

suzin bartleyhear a conversation with suzin bartley, executive director at the children's trust, an organization working to stop child abuse in massachusetts.


ep83: limited public service loan forgiveness waiver

apr 07, 2022

lindsay clarkthe limited public service loan forgiveness (pslf) waiver is a short-term opportunity for borrowers to seek student loan forgiveness through oct. 31, 2022.


ep82: how social workers can help people who are lgbtqia+ overcome addiction

mar 16, 2022

kyle temple and rio bauce discuss how social workers can help people who are lgbtqia+ overcome addiction to substances.


ep81: addiction and the pandemic

mar 01, 2022

nasw members chelsea laliberte barnes and jimmy salyers talk about how the pandemic has exacerbated the addiction crisis in the united states.


ep80: vaccine education with "connect to end covid-19"

feb 08, 2022

connect to end covid-19 - social workers support informed vaccine decision-makinglearn about "connect to end covid-19," nasw's cdc-funded initiative that helps social workers and their clients to make informed decisions about life-saving vaccines.


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