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Ethical Issues in the Work place

Going through my old clinical supervision bin, I came across a balled-up piece of paper. I read it and the words still break my heart. I share it with you in its entirety as it is a glimpse into the … Continue reading

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Spoiled Kindness

Reading the journal entry  “Edible Donations”  – Just those two words made me smile and brought back a flood of memories, but it also became another topic of clinical supervision. The issue was I am an avid gardener. I would … Continue reading

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Sharing grief over a Beloved office pet

I work at a pet-friendly company where people are allowed to bring their dogs. My co-worker “Mandy” has a golden retriever, and I have grown very fond of him. Whenever I have a bad day, his friendly spirit immediately cheers … Continue reading

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When Is It Okay to Lock Children Up for Noncriminal Offenses?

When Is It Okay to Lock Children Up for Noncriminal Offenses? My immediate answer is NEVER EVER! Let me be frank- this article  Is it ever OK to lock up runaway kids? Public officials weigh inenrages me. David Edwards makes … Continue reading

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A Day on the Run with a Social Worker

A Day on the Run with a Social Worker The headline jumped out at me like a bright neon Lisa Frank elephant in print. I can go on and on about how the system has failed these youth and will … Continue reading

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