Social Work in the News – April 7, 2008

News Source: Google News

When is it neglect?
Grand Island Independent – Grand Island, NE
By Meredith Gardner It’s a case Michelle Walker, a licensed clinical social worker for Grand Island Public Schools, has faced before.

A Movie, Dinner — and Abuse?
Jewish Exponent – Philadelphia, PA
According to Hedda Matza-Haughton, LCSW, creator, director and facilitator of “Words Not Spoken,” an interactive, improvisational theater experience,

Men Learn From Each Other and Improve Their Lives
St. Paul Asian American Press – St. Paul, MN
Previously, James served as Co-Director at the Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services and served at the Center’s Director of Social Work

Social work, faith meet A TYPICAL BUSY DAY
The Free Lance-Star – Fredericksburg, VA
When Sarah Bush and Courtney Chapman signed up to come to Fredericksburg to learn social work, they didn’t expect to work 24 straight hours on a holiday.

SSW aims to prevent suicide
Daily Free Press (subscription) – Boston, MA
When Betty Ruth, a School of Social Work clinical professor, was a student at Boston University, there was no information or classes about suicide

What to do When Autism Comes to Visit and Stays
NewHampshire.com – Manchester, NH
Barbara Frankel, Ph.D., MSW, president and founder of The Birchtree Center, offers practical suggestions for how to overcome family stress and do more than

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