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EP 29: The Stories Behind the Salaries
Allison Peeler, LMSW, believes social workers need to drop the outdated story of "underworked and unpaid" and to redefine the way they view themselves and their earning capabilities.
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|Apr 09, 2019|
EP28: Negotiating Your Salary
Valerie Arendt, MSW, MPP, discusses why it's so important for social workers to negotiate their salaries. Arendt is the Executive Director of NASW's North Carolina Chapter.
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|Mar 26, 2019|
EP27: Suze Orman
Suze Orman is a New York Times best-selling author and smart money expert. She hosted the award-winning “Suze Orman Show” on CNBC for 13 years. Her books include "Women & Money," “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke” and “The Courage to be Rich.”
We spoke with her about balancing working in a helping profession and taking care of yourself first.
See the show notes for resources and if you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review!
|Mar 19, 2019|
EP26: Increasing Social Work Salaries in NYC
Social work has the highest debt-to-salary ratio of any profession. Robert Schachter, DSW, LMSW, describes how social workers in New York City advocated for pay equity in one of the highest cost-of-living cities in the country.
Dr. Schachter served for 27 years as the Executive Director of the NASW New York City chapter.
|Mar 12, 2019|
EP25: Social Work Salaries
Michael Sinclair, MSW, PhD, assistant professor at Morgan State University School of Social Work, often gets questions about pay from his students. Dr. Sinclair talks to us about why the social work pay landscape looks the way it does, and what can be done to change that.
This is the first in our series of episodes about social work salaries as part of Social Work Month 2019.
See show notes for resources. And if you enjoyed this episode, please leave us review on iTunes!
|Mar 05, 2019|
EP24: Human Trafficking
Susan Munsey, LCSW, founded GenerateHope, which provides innovative programs for young women and teens who have survived the trauma of sex trafficking. Munsey is a trafficking survivor herself, and she's passionate about rescuing and rehabilitating women and educating people on this issue.
|Feb 19, 2019|
EP23: Teens and Social Media
Sean Erreger, LCSW, MSW, is a clinical case manager for children and youth at the New York State Office of Mental Health. He believes that for social workers who work with teens, striving to understand the social media that their clients are using is part of cultural competency.
For related resources, see the show notes
|Feb 05, 2019|
EP22: Teens and Video Games
Mike Langlois, MSW, LICSW, is author of "Reset: Video Games & Psychotherapy." He is a gamer-affirmative therapist whose work focuses on gaming, social media, and the impact of social networks on relationships. Langlois encourages us to change our perspective of gaming and to understand that they can be very social in nature.
|Jan 22, 2019|
EP21: Transgender Issues
Zander Keig, MSW, LCSW, is a clinical social work case manager on the U.S. Navy Medicine West Regional Transgender Care Team. He's a U.S. Coast Guard veteran and co-author of three books and several journal articles. He is also a transsexual man who transitioned in 2005.
His peers at the NASW California chapter named him Social Worker of the Year in 2018. He is chair of NASW's National Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues.
|Jan 08, 2019|
EP20: Support for Caregivers
Our guest Santo D. Marabella, MBA, DSW (a.k.a., The Practical Prof®) is an author, playwright, filmmaker, speaker and educator. He's the author of "The Lessons of Caring: Inspiration and Support for Caregivers."
Dr. Marabella talks about the lessons he's learned while caring for his aging parents, and how the book can help people in a similar situation.
|Dec 18, 2018|
EP19: Bullying Prevention
Guest Catherine P. Bradshaw, MEd, PhD, is a developmental psychologist and youth violence prevention researcher. She is editor of "Handbook on Bullying Prevention: A Life Course Perspective," which offers recommendations for prevention and intervention in bullying across the lifespan.
Thanks for listening! Remember, we'd love to hear your ideas for future shows.
|Dec 04, 2018|
EP18: Disability Awareness
Children with disabilities are highly diverse in terms of their health conditions, disability severity, and social environments, yet they share many of the same needs. Many programs and services have been developed to meet these needs.
Our guest, Paula Allen-Meares, MSW, PhD, discusses a recent report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, that identifies the characteristics of effective programs, as well as opportunities for their improvement.
|Nov 20, 2018|
EP17: Self-Care and Avoiding Burnout
Kristen Lee, Ed.D., LICSW, is a professor of Behavioral Science at Northeastern University, and is the author of "Mentalligence" and "Reset." With more than 20 years' experience as a clinician, educator, researcher and parent, she speaks about her area of expertise: preventing and treating burnout.
|Nov 06, 2018|
EP16: Juvenile Justice and Youth Transfer
A new NASW social justice brief reports that Black youth make up about 14% of the total youth population, but comprise 47.3% of the youth who are transferred to adult court by juvenile court judges.
Guests Mel Wilson, NASW's social justice and human rights manager, and Jeree Thomas, policy director at the Campaign for Youth Justice, discuss this unjust practice.
They encourage social workers to get involved in action-oriented coalitions to make changes in their communities, and to hold their elected officials accountable.
Read the show notes to download the report and for more resources.
|Oct 30, 2018|
EP15: Speaking Out Against Domestic Violence
Carla Gonzalez is a clinical social worker and domestic violence survivor who leverages her professional skills and uses her platform as Miss U.S. World Elite (among other titles) as a vehicle for speaking out against domestic violence, bullying and sexual assault.
|Oct 16, 2018|
EP14: School Social Work with author Brenda Wade
For Brenda Wade, MSW, LCSW-C, CSSW, writing is both a means of self-care both and as a way to explore the challenges that she sees in her work as a school social worker.
Published under the pen name Hunter William, Wade's Charm Town fiction trilogy shines a spotlight on the lives of children and adults in a Baltimore school.
|Oct 02, 2018|
EP13: Facing the Opioid Crisis
Opioid addiction has become a public health crisis in the United States. Our guest, David Stoecker, LCSW, is founder and director of Better Life in Recovery. He recommends that we look at the opioid addiction pandemic through a harm-reduction lens, rather than a punitive one. He argues that abstinence is not the only path to recovery and that we need to create healthy communities and to provide recovery support to those who need it.
|Sep 18, 2018|
EP12: NASW President Kathryn Conley Wehrmann
NASW President Kathryn Conley Wehrmann, PhD, MSW, LCSW, talks about her career path and her efforts to support social workers, especially those new to the profession.
|Aug 28, 2018|
EP11: Social Work Speaks & NASW Policy Statements
NASW Senior Practice Associate Roxana Torrico Meruvia, MSW, talks about Social Work Speaks, NASW policy statements and how members can get involved in the process.
|Aug 07, 2018|
EP10: Immigration in Crisis
In this special episode, our guests weigh in on the crisis currently brewing around immigration in the United States, specifically related to children separated from their families at our southern border.
Our guests are Melvin H. Wilson, LCSW, NASW's Manager of Social Justice & Human Rights, and Guadalupe G. Lara, LMSW, NASW Board of Directors Member-at-Large.
|Jul 06, 2018|
EP9: Social Workers and Advocacy
Our guests in this episode are Heidi McIntosh, Deputy Director of Programs at NASW; and Julie E. Shroyer, MSW, Senior Policy Advisor at Polsinelli, a top Washington, DC law firm.
We talk about the skills that social workers bring to the table, the importance of social workers participating in the 2018 mid-term elections; and the challenges of advocating for the disadvantage in the current political climate.
|Jun 19, 2018|
EP8: 2018 NASW National Conference, Part 2
With the conference just days away, we speak again with the conference organizers to give you idea of what you can expect, whether you attend in person or virtually.
|Jun 05, 2018|
EP7: Foster Care
May is Foster Care Month, so we speak with Matt Anderson and Malissa Flores, two social workers from the Children's Home Society of North Carolina, who partner with public agencies to help kids move from foster care into permanent families.
|May 15, 2018|
EP6: Social Work & Public Policy with Joan Levy Zlotnik
Joan Levy Zlotnik, PhD, ACSW, discusses how public policy is an important part of social work.
|May 01, 2018|
EP5: NASW Foundation with Bob Arnold
We speak with Bob Arnold, Director of NASW Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports NASW's educational, research, training and charitable initiatives through a wide range of projects that serve the profession, practitioners and the public.
|Apr 03, 2018|
EP4: Ethics with Dawn Hobdy
Dawn Hobdy, NASW Director of Ethics & Professional Review, discusses how the Code of Ethics changed, examples of challenges that social workers face, and how NASW is helping social workers meet the challenges they face every day.
|Mar 27, 2018|
EP3: 2018 NASW National Conference
Thinking about attending the 2018 NASW National Conference? Raffaele Vitelli, NASW's Director of Professional & Workforce Development, and Richard Loomis, Manager of Conference and Event Planning talk about the planning that makes this event as useful as possible for our attendees.
|Mar 20, 2018|
EP2: Social Justice Initiatives with Mel Wilson
What are NASW's social justice initiatives right now, and how were they chosen? Mel Wilson, our Social Justice & Human Rights Manager, speaks about the issues that concern us, and that are keeping us busy in the national office and at our local chapters.
|Mar 13, 2018|
EP1: Social Work Month with Angelo McClain
March is Social Work Month, and we're talking to NASW CEO Angelo McClain about the importance of Social Work Month, NASW initiatives for 2018, and experiences that led Dr. McClain to become interested in the social work profession.
|Mar 06, 2018|
Introducing NASW Social Work Talks
NASW Director of Membership Jennifer Watt welcomes you to NASW Social Work Talks, where we seek to inform, educate and inspire on topics that social workers care about. Launching March 2018, in honor of Social Work Month. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers.
|Feb 09, 2018|