I want to take this time to wish you a very happy holiday season! Social workers' work is so important, and I truly appreciate everything you do. I commend all the social workers who have been working tirelessly to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and, most recently, the Sandy Hook School shootings...in addition to all the work each social worker does each and every day.
If you are a December social work graduate, congratulations and welcome to this wonderful profession!
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Have you read our fall issue yet? It has gotten a LOT of great feedback! Highlights include thwarting disclosure in court, burnout and self-care (must-reading for every social worker), homeless education, workplace safety for social workers, getting in to social work grad school, benefits of undergrad research, digital disaster resources, book reviews, and more!
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I am very excited about 2013! It will be our 20th year of publication! We have lots of great things in store, so stay tuned! The Winter issue will be out before you know it, in early January! Please be sure to tell your friends, students, and colleagues about THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER!
Linda May Grobman, MSW, ACSW, LSW
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Merry Everything and Happy Always!ReplyDelete
Hello, I am a state child welfare social worker from Washington State. I stumbled onto this blog while researching for my book. I am advocating for lower caseloads in all public child welfare agencies across the states. It's a big task bit an important one for myself, my coworkers and fellow colleagues. Happy new year!!ReplyDelete