The social work profession is evolving, growing, and in some way going back to its roots of activism and advocacy. Even in our roles as clinicians and micro practitioners, advocating for justice and equal rights for the people we serve should be at the top of our list.
Chat transcript Happy Social Work Month! Social Workers stand up in many ways… from ensuring that those who need physical … More
Chat transcript For this chat, we’ll focus on the nature of organization labor, and the relationship of the profession of … More
Chat transcript For this #MacroSW chat, we will be talking about disasters, climate change, and social work. The evidence is … More
After our summer break, #MacroSW returns this fall. We have our fall schedule in place. If any changes are made, … More
#MacroSW will not hold a chat this Thursday (May 2) or next Thursday (May 9). We’ll be back on Thursday, … More
Relationship boundaries can be placed on a continuum, that of being ‘Entangled’ on the one extreme, and ‘Rigid’ on the other. A worker’s goal can be to stay somewhere in the middle of the continuum, which can be considered the ‘Balanced’ section. Let’s discuss “Agency Culture and Establishing Balanced Boundaries”.
For our March Lunch & Learn, please join #MacroSW partner Stephen Cummings as he hosts a short, 30-minute Twitter chat … More
Chat transcript Community organizing is an important skill for all social workers. We’re pleased to have Greer Hamilton, MSW @bougieandfrugal, … More
By Rachel L. West 2018 was a big year for #MacroSW and we have an even bigger plan for 2019. … More