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Listen to past presentations about faith and Social Work from peers in the field. NACSW provides a wide range of services designed to equip members to integrate their Christian faith and professional social work practice.

NACSW Podcasts North American Association of Christians in Social Work

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Listen to past presentations about faith and Social Work from peers in the field. NACSW provides a wide range of services designed to equip members to integrate their Christian faith and professional social work practice.

    Commissions to Complete the Mission

    Commissions to Complete the Mission

    Listen to this sample broadcast by Kesslyn Brade Stennis, PhD, MDiv, MSW entitled "Commissions to Complete the Mission" originally recorded on October 28th, 2013. Twenty minute audio samples of NACSW podcasts are available to anyone while the full length podcast is available to NACSW members. Podcast Summary: In this session, Kesslyn explores the commission of Christians in social worker to complete the missions to which they are called as both social workers and people of faith! The sample audio was originally published as NACSW's October, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to a full version of this podcast and other great resources.

    Joy in Social Work

    Joy in Social Work

    Listen to this sample broadcast by David Pooler, PhD entitled "Joy in Social Work" originally recorded on September 18th, 2013. Twenty minute audio samples of NACSW podcasts are available to anyone while the full length podcast is available to NACSW members. Podcast Summary: In this session, we will explore how social workers find great joy in their work. We will examine aspects of positive psychology and appreciative inquiry that inspire and inform our thinking about joy in work. Come and find out how you can find more joy! The sample audio was originally published as NACSW's September, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to a full version of this podcast and other great resources.

    The Importance of Engaging Fathers in Social Work Practice

    The Importance of Engaging Fathers in Social Work Practice

    Listen to this full length broadcast of Mark Robinson talking about "The Importance of Engaging Fathers in Social Work Practice" originally recorded on October 27, 2012.  Podcast Summary: The research is clear. Children do better in every measure of development when there is a responsibly involved father in their lives. This workshop examines the unique contributions of fathers to the health and productive development of their children. In addition, this presentation will address the challenges that practitioners face in engaging fathers in effective service-delivery. The full audio was originally published as the August, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to this and other great resources.

    Resiliency or Recovery: Helping Individuals Develop Resiliency Skills

    Resiliency or Recovery: Helping Individuals Develop Resiliency Skills

    Listen to this sample broadcast by Angela Gaddis, PhD, LCSW entitled "Resiliency or Recovery: Helping Individuals Develop Resiliency Skills originally recorded on October 18th, 2013. Podcast Summary: This workshop is designed to teach skills to clinicians and non-clinicians working with children and adults experiencing traumatic stress. It will focus on factors influencing resilience from a systems perspective and using strengths perspective to assist individuals restore balance to the body and mind after traumatic experiences. The sample audio was originally published as NACSW's July, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to this full podcast, as well as other great resources for integrating Christian faith and social work practice.

    Switch to the Fearless Mode

    Switch to the Fearless Mode

    Listen to this sample broadcast by Judith Gonzalez, PhD entitled "Switch to the Fearless Mode" originally recorded on October 28th, 2012. Podcast Summary: The purpose of Esther's life in the Bible was to demonstrate to Jews living in exile that it was possible to achieve success in the country of one's exile without giving up one's identity as a woman and a Jew. Esther saves her people, brings about the downfall of their enemy, and elevates her kinsman to the highest position in the kingdom. How do we apply these concepts to our life and work? The sample audio was originally published as NACSW's June, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to this full podcast, as well as other great resources for integrating Christian faith and social work practice.

    One Family Under God: A Theological Perspective on Immigration for Christian Social Workers

    One Family Under God: A Theological Perspective on Immigration for Christian Social Workers

    Listen to this full length broadcast of of Stephanie Spandl talking about "One Family Under God: A Theological Perspective on Immigration for Christian Social Workers" originally recorded on September 30, 2013.  Podcast Summary: Immigration policy is a complex matter that deeply and personally affects families and communities and requires both justice and compassion. This podcast explores the international, political and social context of immigration today, scriptural and theological foundations to guide our response, and current policies and practices that invite response. The full audio was originally published as the May, 2015 Podcast of the Month. Join NACSW today to gain access to this and other great resources.

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