In October I had the chance to read a little more often than I normally do. I found my hands on a great book called Healing Scarred Hearts: A Family’s Story of Addiction, Loss, and Finding Light, by mother, activist and author Susan Hoemke. I […]
About This Site
Welcome to my blog! My name is Emily and I am a therapist in Washington State. As a graduate student of social work I had a lot of unanswered questions. I started this blog as a way to help my fellow colleagues who are struggling to navigate as a student and first year clinician.
It has been my pleasure to learn about the different ways we as social workers can work together to create the ultimate experience for our clients. This blog serves as a resource for other students in social work both at the bachelors and masters level, as well as new social workers entering the field.
|SC60830345||Social Worker Associate Independent Clinical License|
This week I have the pleasure to share with my readers some teen resources for therapists to use with their clients. Today’s feature is a workbook I use with my teen clients and their parents, The Teen Toolbox written by Cai Graham. In this article, […]
With the uncertain times we are facing right now you will likely come across students who are undocumented who want to attend college. Here are 2 resources for scholarships for DREAMERS that you may want to pass on to clients. TheDream.US, the largest college access […]