The Fight Continues

In the News Again: Public Schools, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, and LGBTQ+ Youth Recently, I saw a story featured on my local news station KARE 11/NBC about the Anoka-Hennepin School District, the largest public school system in Minnesota. There is a battle in motion led by several school board members to eliminate any educational or […]

The Supervision Summit 2024

Proud Sponsor of a Great Event I am pleased to be one of the sponsors of this upcoming Supervision Summit on May 18th (virtual). Come to learn from others, energize your supervision practice, network, and connect with those who provide clinical supervision throughout the U.S. When & Where is the Supervision Summit? The Supervision Summit […]

Facilitating Virtual Groups and Meetings

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Practices for Effective Virtual Meeting Facilitation In February of 2022, I offered a 1-hour webinar on the skills needed to facilitate virtual groups and meetings skillfully and effectively. This webinar was hosted by the Center for Practice Transformation at the University of Minnesota Webinar Focus: Groupwork Skills and Community of Inquiry In this webinar, I […]

Positive Impacts of Belonging to Virtual Communities

Clinical Supervision Topic of the Month – In April, we will explore if there are positive impacts of belonging to virtual communities. I look forward to hearing supervisee perspectives on this topic. I wonder how they are impacted and how their clients are impacted by their experiences with social media, smartphones, and belonging to online […]

Positive Impact of Creativity & Storytelling

Clinical Supervision Topic of the Month – In May, we will explore the impact and possibilities of integrating creativity into social work practice. We will consider the research and discuss the findings of a recent study conducted in a collaboration between NAMI and the Adobe Foundation. Recent research conducted by the Adobe Foundation and NAMI […]

Embracing Virtual Social Work Practice with CoI

Social Work Practice in the Virtual Realm Although it has been four years since the onset of COVID, the pandemic continues to affect the ways social workers, educators, and clinical supervisors engage in our work. Many social workers have moved back to fully in-person services, some remain fully online, and others now work in a […]

Rejuvenate Virtual Groups!

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