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Social Work Radio brings you interviews and discussions on the issues that matter to social workers in the real world. From politics and policies to dating and ethical dilemmas, there’s something for everyone.
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NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

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NASW Social Work Talks informs, educates and inspires through conversations with experts and exploring issues that social work professionals care about. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
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The Social Work Lens is for child welfare professionals, caregivers, & all folks wanting to learn about social work & child welfare. Join the Training Specialists at the University of Vermont’s Child Welfare Training Partnership (VT- CWTP) as they bring you interviews with local, national, & international experts on subjects ranging from case typologies to systems level change.
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Guerrilla Social Work Podcast

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Therapists and long time friends Jeff and Mace talk about their work in the field of forensic clinical therapy. The podcast is centered around working with clients going through court-ordered therapy. It provides information for clients, current and future social workers, and any interested listener.
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Laura Swanson, LMSW is a therapist in New York City, and began The Social Work Bubble to create more conversations around social work! The podcast is meant as a resource for those interested or in the field, and dives into clinical practice, intervention, ethics, case studies, and licensing, MSW programs, and everything in between! Use this as a space to build community with fellow social workers so we can all thrive in this wonderful field!
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Hi there! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker living and working in Washington, D.C. I have been providing individualized and group test prep for the ASWB exam for over 5 years. ✅ From my experience helping others pass their exams, I have created a course to help you prepare for the ASWB exam and feel confident on test day: https://www.agentsofchangeprep.com ✅ Even if you don't purchase my course, I'm more than happy to help you with the questions you have in my Facebook group: https://ww ...
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inSocialWork

University at Buffalo School of Social Work

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inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
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Social Pros shines the spotlight on social media practitioners, people doing the real work for real companies. Each episode includes insights from a leading social media professionals plus current trends and ideas in the social media industry, discussed and ratified or debunked by Daniel Lemin of Convince & Convert and Hannah Tooker of Lane Terralever. Finally, each episode ends with The Big Two where our guest gives us their rapid-fire answers to two important questions.
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The "Kelsunn-on-the-Air" Social Work Podcast

Silas , Your "E-Journalism Social Work Advocate"

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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kelsunn-on-the-air/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/kelsunn-on-the-air/subscribe This program Promotes, Highlights, and Uplifts the Social Work Profession. The podcast aims to educate the general public to the undeniably vital contributions Professional Social Workers make in every aspect of our society every day.
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The InForm:Podcast seeks to be an informal and informative way to talk about the intersection of Social Work (or social justice if you prefer), Psychoanalysis, and Critical Theory.
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A podcast on dating, anxiety and doing the work to heal with @Sabrina.zohar (https://www.instagram.com/sabrina.zohar) . Instagram- @do.the.work.podcast (https://www.instagram.com/do.the.work.podcast) Tik tok- @sabrina.zohar (https://www.tiktok.com/@sabrina.zohar)
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You already know that there are a bunch of things people talk about in pockets or completely avoid. Things that may be controversial or uncomfortable but we need to get them off our chest. During "Why Don’t We Talk About This?", licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist, Paula McMillan-Perez speaks with folks whose learned experiences and/or professions give way to a diverse knowledge of topics that we just aren't talking about...but should be!
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We are Children's Division

The Missouri Department of Social Services

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This podcast is about all things Children's Division in Missouri! Learn about Children's Division's mission, involvement in big issues facing child welfare today, and how the division is working hard to better support the children and families in the Show Me State.
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The Call to Foster

Missouri Department of Social Services

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The Missouri Department of Social Services is proud to present The Call to Foster, a heartwarming new podcast series that features inspiring stories from foster parents across the state. Each episode will highlight their unique experiences and perspectives, how they overcame hesitations, and provide helpful advice for anyone considering becoming a foster parent. Prepare your heart as you hear first-hand from the compassionate families and individuals working together to make a difference for ...
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How do we build an inclusive world? Hear intimate and in-depth conversations with changemakers on disability rights, youth mental health advocacy, prison reform, grassroots activism, and more. First-hand stories about activism, change, and courage from people who are changing the world: from how a teen mom became the Planned Parenthood CEO, to NBA player Kevin Love on mental health in professional sports, to Beetlejuice actress Geena Davis on Hollywood’s role in women’s rights. All About Cha ...
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Social Work Social

Melanie Matthews

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The Social Work Social Podcast is a place to explore the mental health, mental health treatment, and advocacy from the perspective of social work by having conversations and sharing stories. We strive to create empathy and understanding through discussions about difficult topics.
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A show dedicated to defining, demystifying, and making the work of Social Enterprises more accessible to the Nova Scotian business community. We learn alongside our listeners by interviewing local entrepreneurs who’ve decided to use business for good, and who value prosperity beyond profit. Nova Scotians who want to shape their businesses to benefit communities, culture, and the environment. Who knows? You may be closer to running a Social Enterprise than you think!
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Conversations about workplace culture, psychology and life with millions and millions of listens As we wrestle with a world of hybrid working hosts Bruce Daisley and guests bring inspiration and imagination. Sign up for the newsletter Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/eatsleepworkrepeat. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Class

Democratic Socialists of America

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Class is the official podcast of the National Political Education Committee of the Democratic Socialists of America. We believe working people should run both the economy and society democratically to meet human needs, not to make profits for a few. Class is a podcast where we ask socialists about why they are socialists, what socialism looks like, and how we, as the working class, can become the ruling class.
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Lili De Hoyos Anderson shares some of her favorite doctrinal insights on the Come Follow Me curriculum from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lili Anderson was a full time homemaker for almost 20 years, then went back to school for a masters in Social Work and later a PhD in Marr, Fam, & Hum Dev. Dr. Anderson taught at BYU for about 7 years and has had a clinical practice in Ind, Marr, & Fam for almost 25 years. She and her husband, Chris, have 8 children and 36 grandchildren, ...
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Global Capitalism

Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff

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Global Capitalism (GC) is a live virtual event featuring Richard D. Wolff. These programs begin with short updates on important economic events of the last months, then Prof Wolff examines a larger topic. Through this series, we hope to develop all participants’ understanding and ability to explain current economic events and trends to others.
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Interdependent Study

Interdependent Study

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Class is in session. Interdependent Study is about the learning and unlearning work for social justice and collective liberation. Interdependent Study is hosted by Damien Franze, an angry Black man from Baltimore who wears his heart on his sleeve, and Aaron Hood, an angry white man from Florida who is always thinking. We’re two friends who work in education and share a commitment to social justice. We believe that we are always learning; always arriving. People constantly learn and unlearn b ...
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"Creative Abnormality" an Intuitively Led Podcast (Episodes post when intuition calls). All who think outside the box can relate. Show host Adriana embraces being "Twice Exceptional" Gifted & On The Spectrum/ADHD. The orgasmic complex thought process of the Neurodiveregent Brain is her motivation. Self-Improvement is the goal through Rapid Transformational Coaching to overcome Anxiety & Depression via the Law of Attraction, Quantum Healing and more... Creds: BS Psychology/Minor Sociology, Ma ...
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Welcome to the NSPCC Learning Podcast - a series of episodes that cover a range of child protection issues to inform, create debate and tell you about the work we do to keep children safe. At the heart of every episode is the child’s voice and how what they tell us informs the work we do. If you are looking for more safeguarding and child protection training, information and resources, please visit our NSPCC Learning website. Intro/outro music is Lights by Sappheiros [http://goo.gl/YmnOAx]
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Everyone needs a pick me up and just like coffee will provide it for the body, inspirational people provide it for the psyche. Here at Cafe Rainy Days, I hope to converse with ordinary people who have extraordinary stories to tell. I introduce you to people who provide inspiration, people who translate ideas into reality, people from all over the world, all walks of life who have the courage to follow their dreams. In Marathi, Hindi and English. The themes are around social work, travel, ins ...
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Dare To Soar will empower, encourage, and strengthen! Doctor R.C. will share some of the services and resources that promote educational success for the youth today. She has been employed as a Social Worker for over 20 years she will share with all who are tuned in valuable lessons that learned through her work experiences as to why the primary role of a School Social Worker should be to serve as a liaison/child advocate while collaborating and consulting with not only students, but parents, ...
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Kind Mind

Michael Todd Fink

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Listen to psychological insights from art, science, and philosophy. Michael Todd Fink is an artist, counselor, speaker and social and environmental activist. He is also the co-founder of the acclaimed music group The Giving Tree Band. He holds certifications in addiction counseling and mindfulness meditation and earned his psychology and music degrees from Georgetown University. He is currently a graduate candidate at Columbia University in advanced clinical social work. Todd’s 2020 Tedx Tal ...
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AstrologyNow is devoted to sharing the ancient science of Jyotish or Vedic astrology. By tuning into cosmic forces we may better understand ourselves at a soul level, connect to others with more divinity, and feel more prepared in navigating the world around us. This podcast provides weekly astrological updates, forecasts, and research while encouraging personal introspection and providing insight into global events. Christine has a Masters in Social Work and is certified in Vedic Astrology, ...
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Team Human

Douglas Rushkoff

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Team Human is a weekly podcast and set of resources enabling human intervention in the economic, technological, and social programs that determine how we live, work, and interact. This is media as cultural resistance and a path to social change. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join Cassie, Chris, & Ellen as they close this series by discussing how to support youth beyond crisis response and foster lives worth living. Listen to Part 1 & Part 2 for information on universal screening and how to respond when youth screen positive. Transcripts and show notes available at https://vermontcwtp.org/podcast/…
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On this weeks episode of Do the Work, Sabrina is joined by Neuropsychotherapist Britt Frank! Sabrina and Britt chat about love and social media addiction, the addiction cycle and what happens in your brain during rejection! Snag Britts workbook HERE! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and Do the Work on instagram and Sab…
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✅ Learn more about the course here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.agentsofchangeprep.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Meagan Mitchell, the founder of Agents of Change, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been providing individualized and group test prep for the ASWB for over 7 years. From all of this experience helping others pass their exams, she cr…
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In this week's episode of Social Work News, our hosts are tackling the topic of 'stress' - what are their own symptoms of work stress, what are their individual coping strategies, and where does the line come in terms of how much employers need to be helping? To what extent do we simply have to accept that social work is stressful? And what are the…
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Lis called this episode, "A classic!" and Mim said, "This is going straight onto my University Readings List." So, you know it's going to be worth the listen! We hope that you enjoy. SIDE NOTE: In this episode, Lis refers to a journal article on 'covert activism'. Here's the reference: Greenslade, L., McAuliffe, D. & Chenoweth, L., 2015, 'Social wo…
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Kelsunn Communications is honored to bring you this exclusivepodcast interview with Emmy award winning journalist, producer, educator, and “History-Maker”- Professor Ashanti Blaize Hopkins!!! Prof. Blaize-Hopkins holds the distinction of being the 1st Black Woman ever to be elected President of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). She is …
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On this episode of The Social Work Bubble Podcast, we are joined by Liz Ramdas, a social worker that has found passion in cognitive rehab work! Liz discusses actual skills all social workers can use, the importance of screening for brain injury & shines light on this essential social work role that is often overlooked. Liz Ramdas, MS, LMSW is a for…
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In another episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler had the pleasure of talking story with Dr. Amana Mbise, professor of social work at the University of Alaska Anchorage. They talked about a wealth of different revolutionary topics and enjoyed the robust participation from the audienc…
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Carolyn shares her social work journey from her beginnings in child welfare, pride in her Bronx upbringing and its pivotal role in her practice as well as how she accessed support along the way. Guest Bio: Carolyn's social work journey began since a young age while growing up in the Bronx. She was a recipient of the UFT scholarship and attended SUN…
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Gun violence remains a serious public health issue in the United States. About 46,000 Americans died due to gun violence in 2023, with half using guns to die by suicide. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is a partner with Brady, a campaign to end our nation's gun violence epidemic. In this episode of NASW's Social Work Talks podcast…
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Hello Listeners, Welcome to the Social Work Discoveries podcast. I’m your host Ben Joseph and I’m so happy to have you with me today. The rise of the biomedical approach to treatment of depression and anxiety among other mental health issues for Australians has been swift, expansive, and for many, completely all-consuming. It is the dominant lens t…
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Many children enter care because they have been abused or neglected. IICSA found that, rather than being protected, many vulnerable children who entered care were subject to further abuse. This episode of Recommendations for Change looks at the IICSA findings relating to children in care. How did institutions fail to protect looked after children, …
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As a 100% municipally-owned company formed in 2014 by the towns of Antigonish, Berwick and Mahone Bay, AREA believes in the strength of collaboration. AREA has been developing solar photovoltaic projects in Nova Scotia since 2017, starting with 1.5 MW of commercial solar for 20 municipalities across the province through the Solar for Community Buil…
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Both species of rhinoceros in Africa are endangered, in large part due to the value of rhino horn on the black market. In the western part of South Africa’s Greater Kruger National Park, a group is working to keep these animals safe in spite of the bounties on their horns. The Black Mambas are a woman-only group of rangers that patrol the wildlife …
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THIS IS A MUST LISTEN EPISODE! We were extremely lucky to be joined by the brilliant Amani Simpson for this informative, moving and powerful episode. Amani Simpson is an award winning social entrepreneur, film maker, campaigner and youth coach. He is the producer and the protagonist of the acclaimed short film Amani which has now been watched over …
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Abby, Patrick, and Dan conclude their adventure through Lacan’s mirror stage! They reprise Lacan’s parable of the mirror-besotted baby and tie together the many threads – theoretical, clinical, and philosophical – woven through it. They walk through how Lacan musters evidence for his argument using both cases of pathology (i.e. psychosis) and “norm…
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Episode Template To purchase my book, Choosing Glory, visit: https://lilianderson.com/product/choosing-glory/ --also available on Kindle and as an audio book To support this podcast and access extra content, subscribe on Patreon where you can submit specific questions: https://www.patreon.com/choosingglory?fan_landing=true&view_as=public…
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Hi everyone! Happy March, happy Leap Year, and happy Eclipse Season! Get ready to buckle up those seat belts - we're going on a ride! March and April are significant months of 2024 because they ring in our first eclipse season. Eclipses are notorious for fated events, destined meetings, and profound shifts in our livelihood. If you have planets in …
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Brands and agencies are increasingly using influencers and creators to collaborate on social media content, but it’s still a brand new world for many in the social media space. Nathan Jun Poekert, Fractional Head of Social & Consultant, Founder of JUN Social, joins us on the Social Pros podcast to share his take on the current landscape of influenc…
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Join us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/kindmind Understanding the nature of knowledge has been a timeless pursuit for thinkers and seekers throughout history. This branch of study in philosophy is often referred to as epistemology. There is an interplay between sensory perception, intellectual understanding and the notion of objective truth. The l…
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In the Communist Manifesto, Marx and Engels wrote that “the first step in the revolution by the working class is to raise the proletariat to the position of ruling class, to win the battle of democracy.” Almost two centuries later, the battle for democracy continues. Today, economic precarity and social upheavals have led many to question our prese…
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✅ Learn more about the course here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.agentsofchangeprep.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Meagan Mitchell, the founder of Agents of Change, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been providing individualized and group test prep for the ASWB for over 7 years. From all of this experience helping others pass their exams, she crea…
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In this episode I speak to award-winning children’s author, Christina Gabbitas, about her book ‘Trapped in County Lines’. This is a follow up book to ‘No More Knives or County Lines’. We discuss why books like this are important in how we educate young people and their parents about issues like county lines. Christina shares the work she does with …
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None of us are free until we are all free. Listen as Aaron and Damien discuss a piece titled “When Abolitionists Say ‘Free Them All,’ We Mean Palestine Too” by Nadine Naber in Truthout, which argues that the fight for abolition and the fight for Palestinian liberation are one and the same and the clear connections that exist between the systems and…
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Director of the Media Economies Design Lab and author of Governable Spaces: Democratic Design for Online Life., Nathan Schneider shows us how the styles of governance embedded in our online platforms change the way we understand governance in real life. 📕 Governable Spaces: Democratic Design for Online Life is now available. About Nathan Schneider …
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Gathering and analysing data plays a key role in understanding the extent of child sexual abuse and exploitation (CSA and CSE). The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) final report suggests one of the reasons that the true scale of CSA in the UK is not fully understood is poor data collection. In the second episode of our series loo…
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When social work researcher Patricia Logan-Greene sought out introductory readings for her students on the topic of gun violence, she was shocked to find there weren’t any. Every day, social workers are in the homes of those most at risk of gun violence. Who better to prevent it? Now Logan-Greene, an associate professor at the University at Buffalo…
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In this second part of the Marathi conversation with Shilpa on @caferainydays, Shilpa takes us through explaining about teenagers, how to deal with their behaviour as parents, generation gap, about what stress and menopause is. She also talks about the more severe symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts as well as how to deal with these. For p…
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Recommendations for Change is a new five-part podcast series from NSPCC Learning, exploring the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) final recommendations. The series breaks down why the recommendations are needed, how they’ll work if implemented, and what impact they might have on the prevention of child sexual abuse. This first epi…
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To purchase my book, Choosing Glory, visit: https://lilianderson.com/product/choosing-glory/ --also available on Kindle and as an audio book To support this podcast and access extra content, subscribe on Patreon where you can submit specific questions: https://www.patreon.com/choosingglory?fan_landing=true&view_as=public…
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Hi everyone! In this podcast we explore the upcoming full moon in the sidereal sign of Leo, in Magha nakshatra. This full moon will place an emphasis on ancestors, lineage, and family. Therefore, there is also a special connection to loyalty, devotion, and commitment... As usual, we explore other astrological on-goings and how to best navigate the …
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Content creators each have their own journeys and secrets to success, but for Justin Tse, content creator and CEO of Feature Media, it’s all about staying focused and consistently creating content that you love. Full Episode Details Two years since he was last on the show, Justin Tse, content creator and CEO of Feature Media, joins us on this episo…
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On this weeks episode of Do the work podcast, Sabrina is joined by Dr. Nicole Lepera to talk about Self healing, forgiveness, victimhood and how to hold yourself accountable! Want to work with Sabrina? HERE! Dont forget to follow Sabrina and Do the Work on instagram and Sabrina on Tik tok! Please support our sponsors! Give online therapy a try and …
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The biggest challenge of an ethical dilemma is that it does not offer an obvious solution that would comply with ethical norms. Throughout the history of humanity, people have faced such dilemmas and, in this week's episode of Social Work Radio, Vince and Tilly explore the concept of ethical dilemmas in social work, laying out examples each have en…
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✅ Learn more about the course here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.agentsofchangeprep.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Meagan Mitchell, the founder of Agents of Change, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been providing individualized and group test prep for the ASWB for over 7 years. From all of this experience helping others pass their exams, she crea…
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In the final conversation of the season, I speak with Alan Fay from Dublin who is a disability campaigner and was a valued member of the Youth Council of EPIC Ireland for 5 years championing care awareness. EPIC stands for ‘Empowering People in Care’ and it is an advocacy organisation for children and young people in the care system in Ireland. Ala…
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On this episode of The Social Work Bubble Podcast, we are joined by Julie McGue, a domestic adoptee and author. Julie shares her experience as she processed adoption, search for birth family, and the social workers that supported her along the way! Julie Ryan McGue is an American writer, a domestic adoptee, and an identical twin. In her books, essa…
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Author of The One Device and Blood In The Machine:: The Origins of the Rebellion Against Big Tech Brian Merchant shares the lessons learned by the luddites, not an anti-technology movement, but a worker’s rebellion against the way automation was used to crush the underclass. 📕 Blood In The Machine:: The Origins of the Rebellion Against Big Tech is …
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The ongoing fight against capitalism and white supremacism requires radical Black anarchism. Listen as Aaron and Damien discuss the book The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism and Abolition by William C. Anderson, which explores state power, abolition, and ideological tensions within the struggle for Black liberation while centering the politics of …
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When this episode first aired, it was just directed at OT practitioners. But it’s simply too full of insight to not share again with our broader audience. Jen Schonger is the part time operations manager at Communication FIRST and the mom to two daughters, one of whom is Autistic. In this conversation, Jen shares her insight about the important bli…
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Many of us have worked in environments that provided bonuses or rewards for success. Maybe they took the form of team rewards or individual incentives, or end of year profit-share schemes. But do these rewards achieve what they are designed to? Professor Uri Gneezy is the world's foremost expert on the science of incentives - and he comes with a hu…
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