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Open Your Eyes

Good morning. How are we feeling? Take a deep breath. Close your eyes. Exhale. Go slow. That was a lot that we all went through. But now it’s time to look ahead. It’s okay to open your eyes. It’s okay … Continue reading

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Everyday Joy

When I walk out into the world, I take no thoughts with me. That’s not easy, but you can learn to do it. An empty mind is hungry, so you look at everything longer and closer. Don’t hum! When you … Continue reading

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Developmental Knowledge 🌱

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter: To further my growth and developmental knowledge of the social workers’ profession. This quarter I attended a diverse Youth in Transition seminar, as well as Secondary Trauma training with author Laura Vandernoot-Lipsky. ___ … Continue reading

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Ordinary Days🌱

Practicum Instructors Evaluation :______was not involved in any specific projects this quarter although she demonstrated an awareness of what was going on in the community, funding cuts/changes as a result of the economy, etc. I hope that _____ will be … Continue reading

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