More Social Work Podcasts

Social Work PodcastAlways good/helpful listening.  Recently:

The Process of Evidence-Based Practice: Interview with Danielle E. Parrish, Ph.D.

Behind the Scenes at the Social Work Podcast: Interview with Jonathan Singer

Adoption Policy and Practice in the U.S.A.: Interview with Ruth McRoy, Ph.D.

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Social Work Podcast: Parents of Lesbians and Gays

Social Work PodcastAlways good, often test-relevant, a new Social Work Podcast is up--this one's an interview with Cynthia Conley, PhD:

Cynthia Conley, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Her research focuses on parental concerns about having gay and lesbian children. Currently, Professor Conley is investigating the types of clinical interventions used with heterosexual parents of gay and lesbian children to develop a best practice model to improve family cohesion during the coming out crisis. Professor Conley has worked with LGBT adolescents and their parents since the late 1990s, focusing on heterosexual parent's acceptance of their LGBT children. She provides consultation to organizations, educational institutions, and service providers on working with families of LGBT children. She received her B.A. from Purdue University, her MSW from Indiana University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Louisville.

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Social Work Podcast: The Serenity Prayer

Social Work PodcastA new (as of mid-September) Social Work Podcast Is up:   The Wisdom To Know the Difference: Interview with Eileen Flanagan

Most episodes of the Social Work Podcast take huge topics - like stigma, suicide, and cognitive-behavior therapy, and try to distill them into 30-minute overviews. Today's podcast flips that on its head. Today we're spending over thirty minutes to unpack 25 words. My hope is that listeners learn something about the Serenity prayer - something that they can incorporate into their social work education or practice.


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Social Work Podcast: Social Skills Training with Children and Adolescents

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A new-ish Social Work Podcast:  Social Skills Training with Children and Adolescents.  Among the topics covered:

  • What is social skills training?
  • Who are some of the folks that it is used with - who are the target populations?
  • Could you give some examples of what it is and how it's done?
  • Are the skills that you work on specific to a given diagnosis, or is it not diagnosis specific?

As ever, may help for the test, may not...but good to be saturated in social work as you prep. Alert: Audio starts playing automatically.

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New Social Work Podcast

Social Work PodcastPrep-helpful? Incorporating Religion and Spirituality into Social Work Practice with African Americans.

...Or at least that's the official title. The unofficial title is, "If my client brings God into the conversation, what should I do?" I spoke with Nancy Boyd-Franklin, best-selling author, multicultural researcher, family therapist and clinical trainer, and recipient of awards from the American Psychological Association, Association of Black Psychologists, and the American Family Therapy academy...
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