Tag Archives: social worker

Accessible and Stigma Free

“ I shouldn’t need therapy. I could figure things out on my own. I didn’t want to ask for help and besides, I didn’t really need help. What I was going through wasn’t that bad compared to other people. We’d … Continue reading

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Thoughts of a Blogger: A blogger’s journal

Don’t let your passion overshadow your purpose! Omg that one stuck to me and stood out like a glittering sign, as it came from one of the Tate brothers’ podcast Bronzeville. The words reminded me of my blog Real Life … Continue reading

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Three N’s

Life Coach:  Awesome I’d love for you to try a technique I call the three N’s The first thing I want you to do is just notice what catches your attention – whatever you want to read or listen to. … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Discretion

I am enjoying the research position. I do, however, have a BIG question. How do I truly keep confidentiality between parent and child, and help the child be their best self? The person who speaks the truth and lives up … Continue reading

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