Tag Archives: Best Practice

Therapeutic Notes: Clinical Documentation

My career journal is filled with scraps of paper, my dreams, countless questions, and thoughts; all of which bring a flood of memories with one powerful statement, which is “I wish someone would have told me this.” So, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Therapeutic Guidance

I feel like I botched it with one of my clients under the rules of this study. I don’t recall verbally informing a parent of the attendance policy. I know  this is not a formal rule, and she got the … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Literacy

Mr. Nembhard had planned to become a social worker, but turned to library science as a career instead, earning a master’s degree in 1987. As a branch manager, he saw the role that libraries played in social services. Many people, … Continue reading

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Afraid of Falling?

I love the quote the article “Afraid of Falling? For Older Adults, the Dutch Have a Cure” ended on “You practice the things you know you can do, and not the things you can’t.” Falling as we age is one … Continue reading

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