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Green issues such as protecting environmental rights and promoting sustainability are growing in importance to social work practice but are largely ignored in social work curricula. This article uses comparative case studies of three student-led community practice projects to demonstrate how environmental rights can be incorporated into social work...
Chronic maltreatment of children can provoke a host of neuropsychological and physiological anomalies that manifest as developmental, emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and psychosocial disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Considering the multidimensional landscape of trauma and PTSD alongside the nonverbal and symbolic language of ch...
Consumer operated services and programs (COSPs) represent a growing and central component of community mental health services. COSPs provide a low cost, low demand, and welcoming entry point to mental health treatment for many individuals newly diagnosed with a mental illness. These programs provide ongoing psycho-education and supportive services...
The NASW Code of Ethics (1996) guides social workers' professional conduct, but provides little instruction when one's own supervisor behaves unethically. Using student-collected interviews, we found six typologies of supervisors behaving badly, and used descriptive qualitative analysis to outline steps taken to navigate the situation. Results hold...
Peer support specialists receive a basic training of 40-80 hours. Increasingly they are being asked to offer support services in particular areas of focus and to become accountable to work with people in increasing levels of distress. The education and training has not caught up with the need. We are endeavoring to fill that gap with the creation of the Peer & Family Career Academy at Arizona State University--combining academic excellence with lived experience in the service of people who are pursuing recovery from mental illness and/or substance use disorders.