SW 2.0: Going Where the Client Is: Exploring Virtual Clinical Social Work Practice

Folks, the next SW 2.0 column for The New Social Worker Magazine is ready! You can read it at the links below: http://www.socialworker.com/home/Feature_Articles/Technology/SW_2.0%3A_Going_Where_the_Client_Is%3A_Exploring_Virtual_Clinical_Social_Work_Practice/ If you prefer, you can download the full magazine issue here. This article profiles the amazing virtual clinical practice work of Nancy Smyth, Mike Langlois, DeeAnna Nagel, and Kate Anthony.The article also …

Blogging to De-Stress Resources

I had the pleasure of presenting at a self-care themed retreat for social workers at Hebrew Senior Life recently. I was invited to talk about blogging to de-stress. Here are some resources generated from our discussion: Previous SW 2.0 column on social work and blogging: Social Work? There's a Blog for That Middle East Bloggers: Where is …

The New Social Worker Online Blog: Must I Un-Friend Facebook? Exploring the Ethics of Social Media

Image courtesy of tsevis. Some rights reserved. There's an interesting and provocative article in this month's New Social Worker Magazine about the ethics and mechanics of social media use in social work practice: The New Social Worker Online Blog: Must I Un-Friend Facebook? Exploring the Ethics of Social Media Article summary: The ethics article in …

Next SW 2.0 Column Ready! I Want You To Be Part of This Experience: Kickstarter

Folks, my next SW 2.0 column for The New Social Worker can be found at the link below: I Want You To Be Part of This Experience: Kickstarter This article focuses on how two different arts projects are using a site called Kickstarter to help spread project awareness, connect with others, and raise funds. Here's …

Social Work and Technology Resources

I had the pleasure of chatting online with students in Elizabeth Lightfoot's Social Work in Cyberspace course tonight. Liz is at the University of Minnesota and it's been great fun to connect with her about technology in social work. Here are some resources from tonight's chat: Crowdsourced Fundraising Donations to Help Haiti Exceed $528-Million, Chronicle Tally …