List of apps for therapists. Have you ever had a client that could use a little more self-awareness? Ever wish you could collect more information to understand the extent of the client’s issue or help the client identify patterns? Does your client wonder if the medication really making a difference? Of course, the answer is “Yes” to all of these. Collecting information is one of the most basic (and easy) uses for Apps.
Social Work101: Considering a career in social work? Here is a quick understanding of the profession, and the varying roles social workers play in our world. This infographic breaks down where 642,000 American social workers are employed, details about three common fields of practice and profiles four famous social workers who were pioneers in the field.
Non-Fiction Text Structures (Reading.Writing.Thinking.Sharing)--With the new Common Core ELA standards, non-fiction is becoming the primary focus, as students are expected to be proficient in reading complex informational texts. State assessments are also becoming more non-fiction focused, to evaluate student abilities in navigating these complex texts. So what can we do to prepare?
Free tools for mental health workers including therapy worksheets, education handouts, and articles. Topics include CBT, self-esteem, positive psychology, substance abuse, depression, anger, grief and more.