I admit it: Sometimes I need extra inspiration in the course of my day as a social worker. Do you know what I mean? If you’ve had similar struggles, you may ask yourself three questions about your self care checklist: Did I sleep and eat well? √ Did I stretch and exercise? √ Did I meditate and pray? √ If …

5 Must-See TED Talks For Social Workers ( is my favorite) - Social Worker Success(Whats Your Favorite Questions)

Social & Emotional Skills for Children according to Age.

Social and Emotional Skills: What to Expect at Different Ages

Not only helpful for grieving, and certainly not only applicable to students. Very helpful!

What not to say to grieving students (and other tools to help bereaved kids at school)

What not to say to grieving students (and other tools to help bereaved kids at school) What to say to those who have experienced death of a loved one.

Why Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work - The Mommy View

Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work

Behaviour management "Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.

100 common intervention terms used in clinical documentation. MSW LCSW Social Work:

100 common intervention terms used in documentation- from the "Creative Clinical Social Worker"

Adolescent Counseling Tool: What Are Things I Can & Can't Control: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Adolescent-Counseling-Tool-What-Are-Things-I-Can-Cant-Control-3056761

Adolescent Counseling Tool: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control

Adolescent Counseling Tool: What Are Things I Can & Can't Control: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Adolescent-Counseling-Tool-What-Are-Things-I-Can-Cant-Control-3056761

9 Most Influential Women in the History of Social Work. Celebrating #WomensHistoryMonth and #SocialWorkMonth by featuring some incredible female social work leaders!

9 Most Influential Women in the History of Social Work. Celebrating and by featuring some incredible female social work leaders!

when parents say their child is...this is really good to remember for any child

Turn it Around ... using this excellent tool!

Reflecting back on this class and the past couple years, I read this and it made me proud of what we are all becoming.

This affirmation was inspired by the Arkansas chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.

Social Work and the Ideals of Social Justice (Infographic) — The Good Men Project

Social Work and the Ideals of Social Justice (Infographic) -

This infographic discusses the ideals of social justices that social workers practice on a daily basis.

Creative Clinical Social Worker                                                                                                                                                                                 More

“ I have searched and searched for printable “Jenga” questions to use in social work sessions and found none! I found lists of questions but none that I could print onto file.

http://www.louisianadisabilitylaw.com/2013/11/ssdi-ssi-similar-but-different-disability-programs/  SSDI and SSI: Similar but Different Disability Programs [Infographic]

SSDI and SSI: Similar but Different Disability Programs

Many people don’t understand the differences between supplemental security income (SSI) and social security disability insurance (SSDI).

These empathy games are a great way to help your students understand and respond to the feelings of others. Includes a dice game, an "I Have, Who Has" and a card game. These games are sure to make your friendship and social skills lessons more fun!

These empathy games are a great way to help your students understand and respond to the feelings of others. Includes a dice game, an "I Have, Who Has" and a card game. These games are sure to make your friendship and social skills lessons more fun!

Spin the wheel of coping skills!  – Art of Social Work

Spin the wheel of coping skills!

A big part of what we do with children is teach them safe and appropriate ways to cope and express themselves. This can help provide concrete examples during times when it is difficult to "find" a coping skill.

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