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  1. School Counseling and School Social Work Homework Planner (PracticePlanners?) by Sarah Edison Knapp, 2002-11-14
  2. Field Instruction: A Guide for Social Work Students (6th Edition) by David Royse, Surjit Singh Dhooper, et all 2009-08-09
  3. Graduate Programs in Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law & Social Work (Peterson's Graduate Programs in Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law and Social Work) by Peterson's, 2010-11-30
  4. Social Class: How Does It Work? (National Poverty Center Series on Poverty and Public Policy)
  5. The Practice of Macro Social Work by William G Brueggemann, 2005-08-29
  6. Theoretical Perspectives for Direct Social Work Practice: A Generalist-Eclectic Approach, Second Edition (Springer Series on Social Work) by Peter Lehmann PhDLCSW, 2007-10-22
  7. Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work: Theory and Practice by Jeffrey S. Applegate, Janet R. Shapiro, 2005-07-29
  8. Social Work With Older Adults (3rd Edition) by Kathleen McInnis-Dittrich, 2008-12-01
  9. Critical Multicultural Social Work by Jose Sisneros, Catherine Stakeman, et all 2008-03-10
  10. The Social Organization of Work by Randy Hodson, Teresa A. Sullivan, 2007-07-24
  11. The Encyclopedia of Social Work (4 Volume Set) by Terry Mizrahi PhD, Larry E. Davis PhD, 2010-11-03
  12. Social Work Skills Demonstrated: Beginning Direct Practice CD-ROM, Text-Workbook and Website (2nd Edition) by Linda K. Cummins, Judith A. Sevel, et all 2005-08-28
  13. Using Statistical Methods in Social Work Practice: A Complete Spss Guide by Soleman H. Abu-Bader, 2006-08-20
  14. Research Methods for Social Work by Allen Rubin, Earl R. Babbie, 2010-01-01

41. Your Table Awaits You ... At The Social Work Cafe
We are a 4 year old community of social work professionals, educators, Exchange information through the Complete social worker research project,
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The Social City Marketplace for ideas! Welcome to The SocialCity!! We are a 4 year old community of social work professionals, educators, and students who believe in the cross-global exchange of information. Join us and make new connections in your local region to further the ideals of our profession as researchers, clinicians, community organizers, policymakers, religious leaders, advocates, and family members. Think of this site as the marketplace for ideas. Exchange information through the Complete Social Worker research project, debate special topics on the SWC Message Board or in the International Social Work Chat Room . Rally aid to your situation on the Community Bulletin Board . And much, much more.... Please use this website as if it were your own, and respectfully tell us your thoughts. If you would like to showcase your social work or personal website in the SocialCity's Member Homepages area contact me, Tobi Ann, at

42. Columbia University School Of Social Work
Learn more about a worldclass school of social work and its accomplishments.More about the School About the Centers
News Administration CU Home Administrative Extranet ... Contact ShowImg(photo); ShowImg(text); From Argentina to Zambia, CUSSW faculty, alumni and students work and study around the globe. More.
Its research makes headlines. Its students shape the profession.
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about a world-class school of social work and its accomplishments.
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About the Centers
A Tale of Sense and Sensibility

Dr. Barbara Levy Simon, associate professor at CUSSW, spoke to incoming MS students at Orientation 2005. She explored the history of tensions within the social work profession, which she views as rooted in the conflict between romanticism and rationalism prevalent in the 19th century. For more infomation, and a link to an audio file, click here
Professor Guilamo-Ramos Receives New 5-Year CDC Grant
Vincent Guilamo-Ramos has been awarded a new $1.5 million research grant. His project seeks to examine familial and cultural factors associated with sexual risk taking among Latino adolescents. Read more

43. University Of Michigan School Of Social Work
Extensive information including events and news, programs, faculty, and detailsfor current and prospective students. MSW and PhD programs.
The U of M School of Social Work will accept MSW students displaced by hurricane Katrina. Contact the Office of Student Services (734-764-3309 or ) for more information about the process for admission. The School of Social Work is holding a silent auction beginning the week of Sept. 5 to raise relief funds. The auction is coordinated by students, faculty and staff. You can bid on items through e-mail or in person in the McGregor Commons on the first floor of the School of Social Work Building. For a list of items, information on how to bid through e-mail or to donate a service or item click here Carol T. Mowbray, Professor of Social Work, passed away on August 23, 2005 Click here for full obituary Innovative research, real-world solutions. Depression. More than just a feeling, a symptom, or a passing mood.
Also: Happy Birthday Jane Addams UM-SSW Ranks #1 for 10 Years Running!
U-M Holds Strong in U.S. News Graduate School Rankings

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44. Welcome To ABECSW
The American Board of Examiners in Clinical social work (ABE) sets nationalpractice standards, issues an advancedpractice credential, and publishes

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As a federation of the 10 provincial and one territorial social work organizations,the CASW serves a national role in strengthening and advancing the

46. Latino Social Workers Organization
Provides information for Latinos in the social work profession (USA).

47. Social Work Intro
social work is the premiere journal of the social work profession. social workis dedicated to improving practice and advancing knowledge in social work
Social Work
ISSN: 0037-8046
Published quarterly in January, April, July, and October
1-year print subscription: free for NASW members; $36 for NASW student members; $89 for individual nonmembers; $129 for libraries/institutions
(also available as online subscription or combination print and online subscription)
Social Work is the premiere journal of the social work profession. Widely read by practitioners, faculty, and students, it is the official journal of NASW and is provided to all members as a membership benefit. Social Work is dedicated to improving practice and advancing knowledge in social work and social welfare. Its article yield new insights into established practices, evaluate new techniques and research, examine current social problems, and bring serious critical analysis to bear on problems in the profession. Major emphasis is placed on social policy and the solutions to serious human problems. 1-year subscription
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48. Health & Social Work Intro
Health social work. ISSN 03607283 For 20 years, human services professionalshave relied on Health social work for the latest advances in areas
ISSN: 0360-7283
Published quarterly in February, May, August, and November
1-year print subscription: $54 for NASW members; $36 for NASW student members; $89 for individual nonmembers; $125 for libraries/institutions
(also available as online subscription or combination print and online subscription)
For 20 years, human services professionals have relied on for the latest advances in areas such as aging, clinical work, long-term care, oncology, substance abuse, depression, and maternal health. Articles also cover research, policy, specialized services, quality assurance, in-service training, and other topics that affect the delivery of health care services. 1-year subscription
(to order, click on a price) Members: Student members: Nonmembers: Libraries/Institutions:

49. Internet Social Worker > WELCOME    
key Internet sites for social workers. discover, discover Internet SocialWorker has been written by Angela Upton, Social Care Institute for Excellence,

Using the Tutorial

A tutorial from the
Virtual Training Suite

designed for UK
higher education
A free, "teach yourself" tutorial that lets you practise your Internet Information Skills using this tutorial key Internet sites for social workers how to search the Internet what to trust on the Internet how to get the most from the Internet for your work Let our experts guide you to the best of the Web... Internet Social Worker has been written by Angela Upton, Social Care Institute for Excellence, London. It is one of a set tutorials within the RDN Virtual Training Suite, created by subject-specialists from universities and professional organisations across the UK.
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50. University Of Windsor - Critical Social Work - Welcome
University of Windsor Faculty of Arts Social Sciences University of Windsor Critical social work - Welcome.
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Critical Social Work

School of Social Work
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ont.
Canada N9B 3P4
ext. 3064 Welcome
Critical Social Work offers the opportunity for constructive dialogue in the interest of achieving social justice. We recognize the historical nature of both human capability and social justice. With such recognition, we do not attempt a definitive definition of either. In part the goal of Critical Social Work is to assist us collectively in recognizing the current potentials for social justice as well as the future possibilities. Further, we recognize that a contemporary definition of social justice must deal with the issues of legal, moral, and economic obligation of both the individual and the collective.
We propose that through dialogue there exists the possibility of refining our ideas about the individual and community, clarifying the relationship between interpersonal relations and institutional structures, and identifying actions that promote both individual and community well-being. To this end Critical Social Work strives, for this is surely critical social work, that is, activity directed towards establishing essential judgments in constructing a sustaining context for conviviality.

51. Social Work Exam Prep Review LCSW MSW ASWB For Bachelors Masters Advanced Genera
ASWB social work exam licensing review. Questions licensure audio study buddystrategies newsletter. BSW MSW ASWB Sampler.
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52. North American Association Of Christian Social Workers (NACSW) - A Vital Christi
NACSW is an international and interdenominational membership organization thatsupports the integration of Christian faith and professional social work
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53. International Social Work
International Association of Schools of social work International Association ofSchools of social work International Federation of social workers
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54. School Of Social Work
Information about the Master of social work and PhD in social work programs,faculty, research, community service programs, alumni, giftgiving,
We invite you to explore our web-site and learn about our School, the University, and our community. Check out what is distinctive about our academic programs.
  • Our School is freestanding, one of 15 degree-granting colleges and schools on the campus A dual degree program (MSW-MS) in Marriage and Family Services The Campus and Community-Based MSW track Block field placements around Illinois for second year MSW students Interdisciplinary PhD program; students take courses throughout the University PhD students can fulfill post-MSW practice requirements while they are in the program Employment rate of 92% within 6 months of graduation. Competitive financial aid program A distinguished multidisciplinary faculty, who are committed to teaching, research and service Students rate faculty teaching "excellent" Students contribute to faculty research on issues of importance to Illinois, the nation and the world Community-based research and service that involves faculty, students, community members

55. Social Workers
Child, family, and school social workers typically work in individual and family Medical and public health social workers may work for hospitals,
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Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
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  • While a bachelor’s degree is the minimum requirement, a master’s degree in social work or a related field has become the standard for many positions.
  • Employment is projected to grow faster than average.
  • Competition for jobs is expected in cities, but opportunities should be good in rural areas.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Social work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help improve people’s lives. Social workers help people function the best way they can in their environment, deal with their relationships, and solve personal and family problems. Social workers often see clients who face a life-threatening disease or a social problem. These problems may include inadequate housing, unemployment, serious illness, disability, or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have serious domestic conflicts, including those involving child or spousal abuse. Social workers often provide social services in health-related settings that now are governed by managed care organizations. To contain costs, these organizations are emphasizing short-term intervention, ambulatory and community-based care, and greater decentralization of services.

56. Social Work P.R.N. - Official Website
social work prn is a professional social work company. We offer temporary staffingservices, permanent placement, training and education, consultation,

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is dedicated to increasing both the quantity and quality of social work services in the communities we serve and to supporting the growth and development of the profession and its practitioners. Social Work p.r.n. (Corporate Office)
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57. University Of Connecticut - School Of Social Work
Offers a twoyear program leading to the degree of Master of social work and special programs for non-matriculated students.
Click for Phone Numbers 1798 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117-2698

58. Shirley's List Of Social Work Resources
Shirley s List of social work Resources. Select a Topic. Main Page, Abuse/Violence,Activism, Addictions, Adoption, Affirmative Action, AIDS/HIV
Resources Library Locations Tax Forms What's New! Services and Hours INFO-HOUND (Library Tutorial) Interlibrary Loan Access from Off Campus Book Renewal ... Reserves
Shirley's List of Social Work Resources
Select a Topic Main Page Abuse/Violence Activism Addictions Adoption Affirmative Action AIDS/HIV Anxiety/Panic Associations Cancer Children/Youth Community Counseling Crime/Deliquency Crisis Intervention Deaf Resources Death and Dying Depression/Bipolar Disabilities Disaster Relief Eating Disorders Education E-Zines Family Issues Gender Issues Gerontology/Aging Government Resources Grants/Funding Health Administration Homelessness Human Rights Human Services Income Maintenance International Social Work Legal Issues Listservs Men's Issues Mental Health Native Peoples Not for Profits Organizations Pharmacology Philanthropy Policy Issues Population Poverty Issues Psychiatry Psychology Research Social Work

59. Welcome To The Social Work History Station.
WELCOME TO THE social work HISTORY STATION. whistle Here is your pass. Join uson a trip to the past.
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60. Index
The Counselor, social worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board is a Stateagency responsible for the regulation of counselors, social workers and
Counselors FAQs CEU Forms Minutes News Lost Licensees Name Change CE Sources USA Board #s email Board Social Worker FAQs CEU Forms Laws Minutes News Lost Licensees Name Change CE Sources USA Board #s email Board ASWB handook FAQs CEU Forms Minutes News Lost Licensees Name Change USA Board #s CE Sources email Board The Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board is a State agency responsible for the regulation of counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists in the State of Ohio. ***Important News*** James Rough , Executive Director
77 S. High Street, 16th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Tel: (614) 466-0912 Fax: (614) 728-7790

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