By Chad Dion Lassiter, MSW Sixty years ago, on the day before the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, NASW Social Work Pioneer W.E.B. DuBois died. The famed sociologist and civil rights activist was 95 years old and had moved to Ghana several years earlier to...
My job, as a therapist, is to provide crowd control. Who are the stakeholders in Emily’s life and how do they influence her thoughts?
To illustrate the impact of mentorship in our profession, I reached out to a mentor and friend, Nick Johnston.
NASW, including the NASW Michigan Chapter, submitted an amicus brief on March 10, 2023, to the Michigan Supreme Court as it hears the case Pueblo v. Haas to determine custody rights for separated, unmarried LGBTQ couples.
HB56, the bill allowing clinical social workers to diagnose within their scope of practice, passed in the Alabama Senate. It is now ready to be signed into law.
Over half a century after the passage of the Fair Housing Act in 1968, securing safe, affordable housing is still a problem.
By Mel Wilson, LCSW, MBA America, seemingly suddenly, finds itself in the middle of the most existentially threatening crisis of racism and intolerance since the events leading up to and including the Civil War. As was the case over 160 years ago, the present-day...