The power of humor in social work and therapy: Rosemarie Poverman

Rosemarie Poverman, MSW, LCSW, grew up with a mindset of alleviating social problems. Having over four decades of expertise shares the impact of therapeutic humor in the mental health of clients and the value that clinicians offer with just a...

"Truth and Love are the solution…" Suzanne Lewis-Johnson & Nichole Terrett discuss their work in the fight against human trafficking.

Nichole Terrett, 32, and Suzanne Lewis-Johnson, friends and colleagues at RAHAB Ministries discuss how their lives brought them into the work against human trafficking, truth & justice and how healthy relationships are one of the most important change-makers for victims...

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Ruth Cain and Salma Hussein

One Small Step conversation partners Ruth Cain [no age given] and Salma Hussein [no age given] discuss their work as social workers, their marriages, and their faith/spirituality.

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Lynn Burrill and Cristina Ramirez

Lynn Fremed [no age given] and her One Small Step partner, Cristina Ramirez (46), discuss their experiences in Richmond and issues of class struggle, diversity, and education accessibility.

Job Ngwe: Past and Present

I spoke to Dr. Job Ngwe, a professor of Social Work at Northeastern in his home in Chicago, IL about his past and what he looks forward to in the future for TheGreatListen2017 and Lincoln Park HS Room 311.

SOC 210 Interview 1

Talked with Kate Smith and her experiences in social work

Lydia Smith-Osborne and Alexa Smith-Osborne

Alexa Smith-Osborne (68) talks with her youngest daughter, Lydia Smith-Osborne (28) about her experiences as part of the first coed class at UVA, her early career as a social worker, and her perspectives on feminism.

Interview with Nancy Bullock

An interview with Nancy Bullock about social work.

Leadership in Action NASW President & Pioneer, Mildred "Mit" Joyner, DPS, MSW, LCSW

Mit Joyner, President of the National Association of Social Workers is a social work pioneer, innovator, scholar, author, organizer and passionate leader of the profession. She shares the story of how she found the profession, her journey and work and...

Sarah Flynn and Michael Collins

Sarah Flynn, a social work student, and Michael collins discussed social justice issues within the U.S. immigration system.

COVID-19's Impact on the Role of Direct Support Professionals in Rhode Island

COVID-19 has brought a sudden, drastic change to life as we know it, especially for the individuals supported by one Rhode Island human services agency, Perspectives Corporation. Site Supervisor Gabrielle Rossi (21) talks with Social Media Coordinator Sara Porcaro (22)...

The social welfare of children and finding natural helpers to sustain a community: John Cosgrove

For many years, John Cosgrove, MSW, P.H. D, has been a trailblazer in the social work profession. His reach impacted Fordham GSS students' professional lives for over 30 years. With international social work and partnership with the United Nations, Dr....

Giving Life and Breath to the Profession: Barbara Milton, MSW, PhD, LCSW

Barbara Milton, MSW, PhD, LCSW shares her passion for giving "live and breath" to the social work profession. She is a clinical social worker, passionate volunteer and leads advocacy efforts across the State of New Jersey. Named Social Worker of...

Steven Procopio and Kimberly Casey

Steven Procopio talks with his colleague, Kimberly Casey, about his journey as a licensed clinical social worker and how he came to work as an advocate for male survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking. He discusses the barriers, successes,...

Susan and Carly Cote

On Christmas Eve 2019, my was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. Her diagnosis explained her increasing forgetfulness and issues with word retrieval, but asked many questions about her life, death, and almost everything in between. My mom worked as a...

Making it Happen: Fred Sampson, MSW

Fred Sampson shares his work in advocacy, view on activism and his approach in working with legislators, moving critical work forward and why being a "nudge" is an effective tool in our social work toolkit.