Ranging from the impact of social media within the helping profession to addressing fatigue and preventing burnout, we've asked experts and compiled guides and resources for you to reference in your social work education and practice.
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Cyberbullying: A Resource for School Social Workers
With the growth of technology integration into schools and socializing, cyberbullying developed to become a psychological and emotional impacting behavior that affects children and adults alike. More prominent of a concern in schools, social workers can work to address safe online behavior and mediate cyberbullying between students.
Long-Term Unemployment: A Destructive and Persistent Social Issue
On a macro level, long-term unemployment may be perpetuated by structural barriers. Social workers play a pivotal role in removing those barriers and boundaries for communities who may suffer from downturns, changes in education, or changes in the economic atmosphere.
From social work education to practice, social media and the growth of access to resources on the internet, there are both positive and negative impacts. Should you address social media connections? How can you use the internet to inform and promote your practice?
There is no doubt that social media is everywhere. Its intergration in education can even be seen in elementary schools. Professors and professionals in social work integrate their social media accounts to instruct, network, and inform.
A Guide to Understanding and Coping with Compassion Fatigue
Internal, external, and professional experiences may lead to burnout. As an empathetic professional, social workers may find themselves experiencing fatigue - specifically surrounding compassion. It's imperative to be able to identify and address compassion fatigue in order to continue to serve their community and clients.
How To Be Culturally Sensitive Working with Clients with a Range of Identities
When working in different communities, social workers will interact with people from all different backgrounds and experiences. Remaining culturally sensitive ensures that they are not imposing their own morals or values on a community member faced with challenges.