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NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

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NASW Social Work Talks

NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

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NASW Social Work Talks seeks to inform, educate and inspire by talking with experts and exploring issues that social work professionals care about. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

Latest Episodes

What Can We Learn from Dreams?

NASW member Arthur Strock, Ph.D., is a founder of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and author of "Live By Your Dreams: Heartwarming Stories About Dreams and What They Tell Us." Dr. Strock holds advanced degrees in psychology and clinical social work. He talks with us about dreams and how they can be used to improve our lives.

19 MIN2 w ago
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What Can We Learn from Dreams?

Clinical Social Work in a Police Department

Heather Burzynski, MSW, APSW, SAC-IT, works as a clinical social worker with the Green Bay Police Department. She talks about the benefits of having a social worker embedded within a police department.

14 MINJAN 21
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Clinical Social Work in a Police Department

2019 in Review & 2020 Preview

The hard-working members of the podcast team take a few moments to reflect on the topics we covered in 2019, what we're working on for 2020, and to give thanks to our listeners and our amazing guests. Head to the show notes to see photos of our 2019 guests and a transcript. If you liked listening to NASW Social Work Talks this year, please leave us a review in Apple Podcasts to help us reach more listeners.

13 MIN2019 DEC 31
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2019 in Review & 2020 Preview

Faith-Based and Secular Meditation

We speak with Raymond Monsour Scurfield, DSW, LCSW, ACSW, author of "Faith-Based and Secular Meditation: Everyday and Posttraumatic Applications" (NASW Press, 2019). This NASW 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is professor emeritus of social work at The University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast. His work focuses on the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in combat veterans and disaster survivors. See the show notes for resources and a transcript.

21 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Faith-Based and Secular Meditation

Veterinary Social Work

Elizabeth B. Strand, PhD, LCSW, Director of Veterinary Social Work and Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, talks about the need for veterinary social workers and why she loves her work. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. Love this episode? Please leave us a review in Apple Podcasts!

23 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Veterinary Social Work

You Are Enough: Thriving After Narcissistic Abuse

Megan Fenyoe, LCSW, is an Air Force veteran, host of the Blonde Bombshell podcast, and author of "You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle to Strength." Her work focuses on how the mind affects well-being, and how individuals can move from struggle to strength. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review!

22 MIN2019 NOV 12
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You Are Enough: Thriving After Narcissistic Abuse

Working Against Domestic Violence

In this episode, we speak with Ruth Glenn, President & CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is a domestic violence advocate and survivor. She was in Washington, DC, presenting at NASW's 2019 virtual forum, "Addressing Domestic Violence Through the Social Work Lens." See the show notes for resources and a transcript.

19 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Working Against Domestic Violence

Indigenous Peoples and Dementia

We talk to Jean E. Balestrery, PhD, MA, MSW, LICSW, about what social workers need to know about how dementia effects indigenous peoples. Dr. Balestrery is co-editor and author of "Indigenous Peoples and Dementia: New Understandings of Memory Loss and Memory Care" (UBC Press). See the show notes for resources, and if you like this episode, please leave us a review in iTunes!

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Indigenous Peoples and Dementia

Bringing Yoga to Jail

Our guest Michael Wilkins, LCSW, is therapist at the Center for Trauma & Resilience in Denver. Michael is a yoga instructor, an ultra-marathon runner, and is certified in auricular acupuncture. We speak with Michael about his work bringing yoga and breathing techniques to inmates in Colorado. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review!

15 MIN2019 SEP 24
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Bringing Yoga to Jail

Suicide Prevention

Our guest Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, is an associate professor of social work at Loyola University Chicago and a licensed clinical social worker. He hosts the award-winning Social Work Podcast, and is author of multiple publications, including "Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner's Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention." See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review in iTunes!

27 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Suicide Prevention

Latest Episodes

What Can We Learn from Dreams?

NASW member Arthur Strock, Ph.D., is a founder of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and author of "Live By Your Dreams: Heartwarming Stories About Dreams and What They Tell Us." Dr. Strock holds advanced degrees in psychology and clinical social work. He talks with us about dreams and how they can be used to improve our lives.

19 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What Can We Learn from Dreams?

Clinical Social Work in a Police Department

Heather Burzynski, MSW, APSW, SAC-IT, works as a clinical social worker with the Green Bay Police Department. She talks about the benefits of having a social worker embedded within a police department.

14 MINJAN 21
Comments
Clinical Social Work in a Police Department

2019 in Review & 2020 Preview

The hard-working members of the podcast team take a few moments to reflect on the topics we covered in 2019, what we're working on for 2020, and to give thanks to our listeners and our amazing guests. Head to the show notes to see photos of our 2019 guests and a transcript. If you liked listening to NASW Social Work Talks this year, please leave us a review in Apple Podcasts to help us reach more listeners.

13 MIN2019 DEC 31
Comments
2019 in Review & 2020 Preview

Faith-Based and Secular Meditation

We speak with Raymond Monsour Scurfield, DSW, LCSW, ACSW, author of "Faith-Based and Secular Meditation: Everyday and Posttraumatic Applications" (NASW Press, 2019). This NASW 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is professor emeritus of social work at The University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast. His work focuses on the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in combat veterans and disaster survivors. See the show notes for resources and a transcript.

21 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Faith-Based and Secular Meditation

Veterinary Social Work

Elizabeth B. Strand, PhD, LCSW, Director of Veterinary Social Work and Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, talks about the need for veterinary social workers and why she loves her work. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. Love this episode? Please leave us a review in Apple Podcasts!

23 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Veterinary Social Work

You Are Enough: Thriving After Narcissistic Abuse

Megan Fenyoe, LCSW, is an Air Force veteran, host of the Blonde Bombshell podcast, and author of "You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle to Strength." Her work focuses on how the mind affects well-being, and how individuals can move from struggle to strength. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review!

22 MIN2019 NOV 12
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You Are Enough: Thriving After Narcissistic Abuse

Working Against Domestic Violence

In this episode, we speak with Ruth Glenn, President & CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is a domestic violence advocate and survivor. She was in Washington, DC, presenting at NASW's 2019 virtual forum, "Addressing Domestic Violence Through the Social Work Lens." See the show notes for resources and a transcript.

19 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Working Against Domestic Violence

Indigenous Peoples and Dementia

We talk to Jean E. Balestrery, PhD, MA, MSW, LICSW, about what social workers need to know about how dementia effects indigenous peoples. Dr. Balestrery is co-editor and author of "Indigenous Peoples and Dementia: New Understandings of Memory Loss and Memory Care" (UBC Press). See the show notes for resources, and if you like this episode, please leave us a review in iTunes!

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Indigenous Peoples and Dementia

Bringing Yoga to Jail

Our guest Michael Wilkins, LCSW, is therapist at the Center for Trauma & Resilience in Denver. Michael is a yoga instructor, an ultra-marathon runner, and is certified in auricular acupuncture. We speak with Michael about his work bringing yoga and breathing techniques to inmates in Colorado. See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review!

15 MIN2019 SEP 24
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Bringing Yoga to Jail

Suicide Prevention

Our guest Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, is an associate professor of social work at Loyola University Chicago and a licensed clinical social worker. He hosts the award-winning Social Work Podcast, and is author of multiple publications, including "Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner's Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention." See the show notes for resources and a transcript. And if you like this episode, please leave us a review in iTunes!

27 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Suicide Prevention
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