Monday, February 6, 2023

Tag: social work

Does the NASW Code of Ethics Prohibit Peer Work?

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An analysis of the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics’ regulations on dual relationships: Indications for self-disclosure and problematic consequences for peers entering the social work workforce.

We Need to Broaden the Philosophical Landscape of Social Work

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In this piece for Community Care, Anjum Shah argues that social work academics need to pay more attention to the work of the philosopher Frantz...

Where are the Social Workers: Preparing for a Post-Psychiatry World?

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Little more than a week ago, I participated in a panel discussion that focused on the implications of the DSM-5 for social work practice. It was part of a larger conference co-sponsored by the NYU School of Social Work and the New York City chapter of NASW. So far as I know, it was the first such social work conference that’s taken place in New York specifically assembled to review the new DSM.

“Social Workers’ Malaise: What’s Our Mission?”

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Just a few final words on this issue. One of the readers of the blog I posted on March 27 on madinamerica.com identified himself as...