Featured image by Hanna Barczyk As part of our Mental Health and COVID19 Series, today we are featuring MSW student, Kim Davis. Kim is enrolled in UNE’s MSW on campus program option and is on the 3 year part-time track. She's just completed her second year. See UNE’s Personalized Learning Options here Minimize Comparative Suffering … Continue reading Mental Health and COVID-19 Series: How to Minimize Comparative Suffering and Maximize Empathy
Hello all! We hope you are all safe, healthy, and well wherever you are. We are continuing to gather insights from UNE Social Work faculty, staff, and students about what they are doing to stay centered through this pandemic. Today, we hear from MSW student, Amanda Garami MSW '21: Amanda: MSW Student, Amanda Garami … Continue reading Mental Health and Covid19 Series: Reflections from MSW Student, Amanda Garami ’21
Narrative therapy seeks to be a respectful, non-blaming approach to counseling and community work, which centers people as the experts in their own lives. It views problems as separate from people and assumes people have many skills, competencies, beliefs, values, commitments and abilities that will assist them to reduce the influence of problems in their … Continue reading What is Narrative Therapy?
The Westbrook College of Health Professions (WCHP) honored the Master of Social Work Class of 2019 last Friday, May 17th 2019 at a traditional hooding ceremony and the following day at the commencement ceremony. MSW students were honored alongside graduates of the Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, Master of Science … Continue reading CONGRATULATIONS 2019 GRADUATES!
"Some of us seem to be on a lifelong quest to tease out potential where others choose not to look. The approach is simple really – invest time, be present, listen, engage and encourage ownership. This is true in all facets of life; no more so than in a prison environment." These are the … Continue reading Aging, Cultural Diversity, and End of Life Care