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Authentic Silence of Therapy

The other day a client smiled at me and said, “You are such a Jedi mind trick!”  I laughed because we had spent 50 minutes in near silence. Well, I did. I am comfortable with silence in and out of … Continue reading

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Solitude

To make the right choices in life, you have to get in touch with your soul. To do this you need to experience solitude which most people are afraid of, because in silence your hear the truth and know the … Continue reading

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What Kind of Therapist Am I ?

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter: To define the profession of social work, distinguish it from other professions ad determining if the profession is the right choice for me, to define and use social work values and ethics , … Continue reading

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Autonomous Practice

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter: This quarter I was able to link my Advanced Generalist practice course to my practicum site, because one of the assignments was to write a grant proposal. The assignment allowed me not only … Continue reading

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Job Shadowing: An Overview 🌱

Student’s description of areas of competency and areas for growth This quarter I have begun to delve more into the clinical side of social work by shadowing two clinical counselors, sitting in on their evening debriefings, attending clinical meetings, and being … Continue reading

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