Using Cartoon Characters in Therapy Sessions & Engaging in Anti-Racist Play Therapy

At the start of working remotely, I was excited to gain skills in telemental health sessions, as well as try new activities with the kids I work with. After four months of teletherapy, however, I have found it increasingly difficult to keep sessions interesting and engaging for the kids, and to not repeat too many... Continue Reading →

When You Don’t Want Your Client to Answer the Phone

The pandemic and working remotely has shifted many lives, including those of social workers. Though some continue to do office-based work, there is a fair share that have been working from home. Whether it be working out of the office or from your makeshift bedroom-desk, social workers have not stopped working with their clients and... Continue Reading →

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.... Continue Reading →

The Impact of COVID-19 on Social Work Practice & Education | The Thought Bubble Podcast

Today we have a shorter discussion on recent changes brought about by COVID-19, as well as various adjustments that occur when working from home & conducting teletherapy remotely. As an MSW student, I also talk briefly about the impact this pandemic has had on social work education, and the recent CSWE decision to decrease required... Continue Reading →

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