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Unsolicited Advice and LICSW the requirements

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
 I enjoy the Dear Amy column. I often find her wit and answers in alignment with my own. After reading this column, I thought about how the most unsolicited professional advice for…

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Dealing With Offensive Remarks At Work

I am a middle-aged white female who works in a retail setting with colleagues whose skin tones are every color imaginable. I respect my co-workers, and they respect me. Our company generally does whatever makes the customer happy. But this is … Continue reading

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13th Amendment :Movie Review

I was compelled to watch  the documentary 13th, not because everybody was like have you seen it yet, but because I came across this article  in my career journal “Obama Commutes More Drug Sentences”. What I found powerful in the … Continue reading

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Ethical Issues in Educational Supervision

“Canceling next week’s supervision meeting. I simply don’t have anything to discuss. Your check is in the mail. Look forward to you signing off on my clinical hours.” I reread the emailed, stunned that this individual thought they could pay … Continue reading

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A Lesson Before Dying

Real life confession, this book A Lesson Before Dying  by Ernest J. Gaines ,has been on my book shelf FOREVER. The story is set in a small Cajun community in the late 1940s. Jefferson, a young black man, is an … Continue reading

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