Working under stressful, unhealthy conditions is an ailment in the field of social work that mutes the voices of social workers, leads to burn out, and ultimately results in poor services to our clien...Show More
Note: This episode was recorded in October 2019, so while the conversation here is pure and timeless, please excuse a couple of out-of-time mentions about the Kentucky governor's race - cuz that alrea...Show More
Several episodes into this project, and we take a leap back to offer some further groundwork for what we mean when we say "decolonization" in social work but also in society. We hope to clarify that, ...Show More
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Hey everyone! We know it's been several months since our last episode, and so we just wanted to check in and tell y'all that this project of ours is STILL kicking. We've just had a lot...Show More
RE-RELEASE! After getting some helpful feedback from our social worker podcasting comrade Shimon from over at Doin' the Work Podcast (Thanks, Shimon!) about some tweaks we could make to this episode's...Show More
PART 2 OF 2!
Threatening to separate families that don’t conform to colonizer norms is as old as the United States itself. This threat and the actual removal of children from their families has been ...Show More
PART 1 OF 2!
Threatening to separate families that don’t conform to colonizer norms is as old as the United States itself. This threat and the actual removal of children from their families has bee...Show More
Does your organization only value what's in writing? Do you or your coworkers have a habit of venting about each other or clients in the office? Do you have a coworker who doesn't know how to delegate...Show More
In any program that trains and prepares social works, you will no doubt encounter issues about objectivity, exploitation, and dual relationships. Usually, though, those concepts are taught to us in st...Show More