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Reading Wisdom

I am positively purging. You won’t believe how many serendipity moments I have had personally reading these reflections. Have you had any (let me know in the comments)? I am also blown away by your words of wisdom. Here are … Continue reading

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Things to Remember: Pages of a Career Journal

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“My Micro/Mezzo Practice 1: Individuals, Families, and Groups course has been really engaging and challenging. The role play has been essential- no wonder you didn’t offer me a job with case management.…

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Cursive is a dying art…

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As a former third- and fourth-grade teacher, I remember the joy on children’s faces when they discovered that they could write like mom and dad. Students took pride in forming the graceful…

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Why did you become a social worker?

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I am often asked “Why did you become a social worker?” My elevator speech is “To provide resources and be the voice for youth and young adults who do not have one”.…

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What is it to be Content – Pages of a Career Journal

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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. –Marianne Williamson…

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