In general, social workers have been early adopters of new technology, especially if the technology replaces face-to-face interactions with clients. Social workers value nonverbal behavior, interview techniques such as silent pauses, and the importance of relationships in the clinical encounter. Social media and applications are less amenable to communicating nonverbal information and relationship cues. However, there have been situations in ... Read More »
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Introduce yourself to thousands of fellow social workers on Facebook
We invite you to visit the National Association of Social Workers’ Official Facebook Fan Page, become a fan today and post your introduction on our Wall. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1034770689&ref=profile#/pages/National-Association-of-Social-Workers/16695101734?sid=a362153f85ae1e31a97ff8dcdb04508d&ref=search NASW also has 2 official Facebook groups where you can post introductions and network with onther social workers online: Official NASW General Group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10886145903 Official NASW Social Work Students Group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=60929389402&ref=mf Please pass ... Read More »
National Association of Social Workers on Facebook and Myspace
NASW is on Facebook and Myspace. Are you? Are you a social worker and social work student on Myspace and Facebook?Â Send NASW a friend request. Join the Official NASW Facebook group or Myspace group and network with other social work professionals, students, and friends. NASW on Myspace www.myspace.com/socialworkers NASW on Facebook Fan Page – www.facebook.com/pages/National-Association-of-Social-Workers/16695101734 Official NASW Facebook Group ... Read More »
Social Work Photo Puzzle – Add your photo!
In celebration of Social Work Month 2008, NASW has launched the Social Work Photo Puzzle! http://www.socialworkblog.org/photoPuzzle/ Adding your photo and comment to the Social Work Photo Puzzle is a great way to show your love and support of the social work profession and to express yourself in a unique way. This photo puzzle contributes to the “digital legacy” of social ... Read More »