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Ep. 8 Being a Social Worker with a Mental Health Diagnosis | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Welcome to The Thought Bubble Podcast! In today’s episode, we dive into what it’s like working in mental health and social services, as a person who is also working through mental health concerns or a diagnosis. Social workers and therapists are not immune to trauma, depression, anxiety, and every other mental health diagnosis and struggle….

Ep. 7 The Social Work Student’s Guide to Field Education | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Welcome to The Thought Bubble Podcast! In today’s episode, we are talking about all things field placement and field education. If you are a BSW or MSW student, this is the space for you to obtain some tips and wisdom from myself (a soon-to-be MSW grad). I truly hope you can take away some key…

Ep. 7 A Social Worker’s Response to COVID-19 | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Welcome to The Thought Bubble Podcast! Today, we dive into the essence of social work and what it looks like during a pandemic. Covering theories surrounding crises and crisis intervention work, and how we can apply these models to a pandemic response. We also talk about how a social worker can DO social work on…

Ep. 4 Vicarious Traumatization & Mental Health of Social Workers | The Thought Bubble Podcast

In this episode of The Thought Bubble podcast, we dive into the meaning of vicarious traumatization versus burnout, as well as effective ways to prevent again traumatization within the social work field. We also discuss practical and real strategies for self care and mental health care.  Please let us know your self care tips &…

Ep. 3 Qualities of a Social Worker | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Welcome to Episode 3 of The Thought Bubble Podcast where we dive a little deeper into what makes a good social worker, and what personal qualities people considering social work should and should not have. Let me know your thoughts below and get the conversation started on what makes social workers so amazing!

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