NASW Social Work Talks seeks to inform, educate and inspire by talking with experts and exploring issues that social work professionals care about. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
Kelley Bonner, LCSW, MA, is a burnout expert and wellness advocate. Her company, Burn Bright, helps high-achieving professionals prevent burnout through mindfulness and self-care. For 15 years, Kelley has worked with individuals, groups, and organizations to provide tools to reduce stress, enhance wellness, and strengthen workplace culture.
Living With and Overcoming Stress
Darryl Webster, MSW, LICSW, a long-time school social worker and author of “I Think I’m Going Crazy: Proven Strategies for Managing Stress, Overcoming Anxiety and Depression,” speaks with us about dealing with stress during the pandemic and beyond.
Social Workers in Film
In this episode, we speak with Matt Anderson and Gerri Matthews are social workers who use film as a way to advocate for people and causes they believe in.
George Anderson, is a is a board-certified diplomate in psychotherapy, and author of author of "Gaining Control of Ourselves," among other works.
See show notes for resources and a transcript.
Raising Kids with Grit and Resilience
Elisa Nebolsine, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). She's the author of "The Grit Workbook for Kids." We speak with her about why grit and resilience are so important, and how parents and social workers can help kids develop these important skills.
See the show notes for a transcript.
Why We Need More Black Male Social Workers
We speak with Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-C, and Walter Palmer, JD, about why we need more Black male social workers, and how we can support people looking to enter the profession.
Visit the show notes to learn more about our guests.
This episode is sponsored by the University of Louisville, offering a CSWE-accredited, highly-ranked MSSW program 100% online. Learn more at louisville.edu/online.
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