“While there is undoubtedly more to developing support for a school-based initiative, my point here is that administrative support is a critical system component. The strategies recommended here may be one way to build support for your efforts.”
In honor of School Social Work Week 2020, I went onto our sister social media platform SSWNetwork (always 100% free to join here) and asked the 2,300+ clinicians there this simple question, “What is your favorite part about being a school social worker?” What follows are a sample of the great replies I got, along with some added detail about cool stuff we’ve posted about SSW over the past few months–Happy SSW Week everybody!
This year on SSWN (and our sister social media platform SSWNetwork) we’re going to delve into a complicated and we believe necessary conversation about trauma-informed care (TIC), racial inequity, and evidence-based practice (EBP). These three concepts, themselves worthy of extensive study and exploration, are coming together in dynamic and powerful ways as school clinicians, researchers, and K-12 schools reckon with how to do trauma-informed care in school contexts.
What is Social Norms Marketing? Social Norms Marketing or Social Norms Campaigns are techniques to decrease and prevent alcohol and drug use in students. Social Norms Marketing is based on research that indicates youth...