Featured image by Charles Williams Racial discrimination...COVID19....Socioeconomic disparity... This is just a short list of the things that are currently claiming countless lives daily. As losses continue to amass, so too does our grief. Our losses are widespread and diverse, and despite feeling their heaviness, we are often unable to even comprehend them or put … Continue reading Ambiguous Loss in the Time of COVID-19 and Widespread Protests for Racial Justice
As part of our continued Mental Health and Covid19 Series, we are featuring a particular #Covidkindness project UNE MSW students are involved with. The project is a Legacy Scholars project led by led by Tom Meuser Ph.D., founding director of The UNE Center for Excellence in Aging and Health (CEAH) and focuses on bringing older … Continue reading Mental Health and COVID19 Series: MSW Students Help Older Adults Combat Feelings of Loneliness and Isolation
March is National Social Work Month, and in celebration of this, we’re posting weekly prompts to our Instagram and Facebook to which we hope you respond! Here, we’ve included an outline of the upcoming prompts alongside associated hashtags. In addition to the hashtags, please don’t forget to tag our pages in your posts! Facebook: … Continue reading BSW Program Coordinator, Cyndi Amato MSW, Talks about Her Social Work Heroes
Many of you are already aware, but we're excited to finally post about the release of UNE School of Social Work Director, Shelley Cohen Konrad's PhD, LCSW, FNAP second edition of Child and Family Practice: A Relational Perspective. The book was published in December 2019 and is available now for purchase! Child and Family Practice: A … Continue reading Reflections from Director, Shelley Cohen Konrad PhD, LCSW, FNAP, on Second Edition of Child and Family Practice: A Relational Perspective
Every year, UNE WCHP welcomes all new health professions students to their robust NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION. Not only is this a great time to get pre-enrollment tasks out of the way and become acquainted with the University, campus culture, and greater Portland community at large, but it's also a great opportunity to meet your specific … Continue reading ‘Tis the time to orient!