Tag Archives: success

Better Standard of Care

The sliver of paper fluttered from my journal that read “value service ethical principle”. I am sure it was some matron I picked up in graduate school. I still  truly believe A social worker’s primary goal is to help people in … Continue reading

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Emotions

To say a person is a happy person or an unhappy person is ridiculous. We are a thousand different kinds of people every hour. Anthony Doerr, Memory Wall Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and … Continue reading

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Benefits of Exercise in Parkinson’s Treatment

I am a naturally quiet observer- it comes with the title of being a clinical social worker. For the last several weeks, I have walked across the hospital campus observing a group of adults doing everything from Thai Chi, lunges, … Continue reading

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How to Earn More Respect At Work

I am a clinical social-worker who wears several different hats (read: my time is very precious). I have no problem meeting with young adults. It just a natural part of the job. I have been in their shoes. I understand … Continue reading

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Struggling With a Resolution? Try Picking a Word

Walking the loop with a good friend, she thanked me for getting up early with her, as it was her goal to get in shape (yes, I shared that post with her). She asked me what my resolution was. They … Continue reading

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