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Join your host, Jonathan Singer, Ph.D., LCSW in an exploration of all things social work, including direct practice, human behavior in the social environment, research, policy, field work, social work education, and everything in between. Big names talking about bigger ideas. The purpose of the podcast is to present information in a user-friendly format. Although the intended audience is social workers, the information will be useful to anyone in a helping profession (including psychology, n ...
 
Join your host, Jonathan Singer, to discover the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines - a resource to help you report on suicide safely without compromising your journalistic integrity. The Guidelines are a collaboration between journalists, mental health professionals, and people with lived experience of suicide. For more information and to download the short version, extended version and a checklist of the guidelines, please visit the OhioMHAS website.
 
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Episode 129: Today's episode is about the Power of Podcasting in Social Work Education. Shimon Cohen, founder and host of Doin' The Work: Frontlines of Social Change, and I read the article we wrote for New Social Worker Magazine about podcasting for social work education You can read a transcript of today's interview at https://www.socialworker.co…
 
Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is a conversation with Dr. Holly Oxhandler (https://hollyoxhandler.com/). I speak with Holly about the definitions of religion and spirituality, similarities and differences in religious and spiritual affiliation between social work professionals and their clients, how to address religion and spirituality …
 
Episode 127:Today's episode is the audio recording of a Facebook Live discussion that happened on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 called Both/And or Either/Or: Social Work and Policing. My guests were Alan Dettlaff, Laura Abrams, Charles E. Lewis, Jr., and Terry Mizrahi. You can read a transcript of today's interview at https://www.socialworkpodcast.com. Yo…
 
Episode 126:In today's episode of the Social Work Podcast I speak with Carol Tosone, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work and Director, DSW Program in Clinical Social Work at NYU's Silver School of Social Work. In today's episode we talked about how the concept of shared trauma can help us to understand what's going on in a global pandemic, how we can t…
 
One of the solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic is physical distancing. Because there is a relationship between physical and social distancing, I am rebroadcasting Episode 70 from 2011 which deals with loneliness. I hope you enjoy. Today’s episode of the Social Work Podcast is about loneliness. According to my guest, Thomas Joiner, the Robert O. Lawt…
 
Episode 125: In today's social work podcast, I speak with three men on a mission to prevent suicide. Matt Runnells, Kevin Hines, and Greg Van Borssum shared their stories of managing suicidal thoughts, self-care, caring for others, and building a global network of support for suicide prevention. I spoke with Matt, Kevin and Greg at the American Ass…
 
[Rebroadcast] Episode 24: In today's podcast I talked with Chris Wolf about Sex Addiction. Sex addiction has been defined as "engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behavior despite increasingly negative consequences to self and others" (Ewald, 2003). Chris is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified sex addiction …
 
Episode 124: Today’s episode is Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is an interview with Lori Gottlieb - NY Times best-selling author, advice columnist for The Atlantic, and therapist. We talked about how her experience as a writer influences her work as a therapist, and how her therapy informs her writing. We talked about how she takes a cl…
 
Episode 123: Today’s episode is the second of a two-part conversation with Dr. Lisa Damour, author of the 2019 book Under Pressure. In today's episode we talk about rape culture; the problem with the word "consent"; and how society's criticisms of the way girls speak is really just another way of criticizing girls. In Part 1, Lisa and I talk about …
 
Episode 122: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is the first of a two part-series about Dr. Lisa Damour's 2019 text Under Pressure. In today’s episode we talk about the difference between stress, anxiety and trauma; what "good" and "bad" pressure look like; how schools, parents, and providers can think about pressure. In part two we move th…
 
Episode 121: In today's episode of the Social Work Podcast, I speak with Dr. Darlyne Bailey and Dr. Terry Mizrahi about the Special Commission on Macro Practice. We talk about how their social work experiences led them to co-chairing the Special Commission, the relationship between case and cause, moment and movement, and process and product. We ta…
 
Episode 120: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is an interview with Marion Bogo and Toula Kourgiantakis from the University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. We talk about how simulation can be used to teach holistic competence. Marion and Toula talk about how in the late 2000s, they recognized that there were several pro…
 
Episode 8 combines the first six episodes into a single file. There is no new information in this episode. The purpose of this episode is to make it easier for you to listen to all of the content from the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines in a single file, rather than moving from episode to episode. We can think of no better way to spend 40 minutes…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In this episode we offer strategies and recommendations to ensure that reporting practices balance the demands facing journalists with public health standards regarding suicide. We focus on the resources that can and should be included in all reporting on suicide. The checklist, brief and ext…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In Episode 02, your host, Jonathan Singer, walks you through a 10-point checklist developed from the evidence-based reporting Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines. Before submitting your story on a suicide death, ask yourself if you did the 10 items on the checklist. The checklist, brief and ext…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In this episode we offer strategies and recommendations to ensure that reporting practices balance the demands facing journalists with public health standards regarding suicide. We focus how journalists can frame stories to provide hope and limit suicide risk. The checklist, brief and extende…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In this episode we introduce the concept of "Limiting suicide contagion" and provide tips and techniques for reporting on suicide death safely. Studies show that certain aspects of suicide reporting can increase rates of suicidal behavior, especially among youth and other vulnerable individua…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In this episode your host, Jonathan Singer, walks you through a 10-point checklist developed from the evidence-based reporting Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines. Before submitting your story on a suicide death, ask yourself if you did the 10 items on the checklist. The checklist, brief and ex…
 
Welcome to the Ohio Suicide Reporting Guidelines series. In Episode 01, your host, Jonathan Singer, walks you through the relationship between how you report on suicide and suicide risk. Studies show that certain aspects of suicide reporting can increase rates of suicidal behavior, especially among youth and other vulnerable individuals. The guidel…
 
Episode 119: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is an interview with Stacey Freedenthal, Ph.D., LCSW about her book, Helping the Suicidal Person: Tips and Techniques for Professionals. we talk about five tips:Tip #10 - Embrace a Narrative Approach: "Suicidal Storytelling"Tip #35 - Know When and Why to (and not to) Pursue HospitalizationTip …
 
Episode 118: In today’s episode, I talk to Erlene Grise-Owens, Justin "Jay" Miller, and Mindy Eaves, the editors of the The A-to-Z Self-Care Handbook for Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals, published by The New Social Worker Press. We talk about self care plans, organizational care, and what schools of social work should do to support e…
 
Episode 117: NOTE: This has the correct MP3 file. Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is an introduction to the Social Work Month 2018 essay I wrote for the New Social Worker online called "Open Letter to Social Work Professors Who Love Social Work Month."You can connect with other social workers at the Social Work Podcast Facebook page, htt…
 
Episode 116: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is about the intersection of offline gang violence and online gang activity. I spoke with Dr. Desmond Patton about his research on cyberbanging, and his thoughts about social workers and social media.You can connect with other social workers at the Social Work Podcast Facebook page, http://www…
 
Episode 115: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is the third of a three-part series on the 2018 National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics. I spoke with Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD. In today's episode, Allan and I talked about 1.06(g) – professional affiliations and the removal of the word disability. Allan talks about the differe…
 
Episode 114: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is the second of a three-part series on the 2018 National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics. I spoke with Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD. We talk about Section 1.05, cultural competence and whether online communities fall under the ethical standard of cultural competence. Allan mentions…
 
Episode 113: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is the first of a three-part series on the 2018 National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics. I spoke with Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD (whom you might remember from Episode 78 on social work ethics and Episode 76 about social workers in court). In Part 1 we provide a historical overvie…
 
Episode 112: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is about the parallels between social workers and superheroes. I spoke with John Vassello. John is the Associate Director of Field Education and Admissions in the Binghamton University Department of Social Work. He also serves as the Continuing Education Coordinator. John and I talk about an i…
 
Episode 111: Today's episode of the Social Work Podcast is about engaging people who are suicidal into professional mental health services. I spoke with Dr. Dana Alonzo from Fordham University. We talked about some of the reasons why people might not want to seek professional mental health services when they are suicidal, and some of the things tha…
 
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