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The “Look” Body Language Challenge

This post is brought to you by Michael J. Domitrz in conjunction with #WeStandUp: Social Workers for Survivors of Sexual Assault. Michael J. Dormitz is one of the leading experts for transforming our sexual culture to one being built on consent and respect. For over two decades, educators, military, families, […]


Art Exhibit “#WeStandUp: Social Workers For Survivors of Sexual Assault” Recap & Gallery

On April 25th, 2016, SocialWorkLicenseMap and Crossing Point Arts launched a campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month called #WeStandUp! Arly Nguyen, and her fellow colleagues, collected untold stories of social workers and the unique impact that they have on survivors. What started out as a small project became an unforgettable […]


We Help Podcast: Ep. 2 #WeStandUp

Each April since 2001, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center has organized Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) to bring attention to the nearly one in five women and one in 71 men who are the victims of rape. The month is observed with educational events, media campaigns and fundraisers to […]


Art Exhibit “#WeStandUp: Social Workers for Survivors of Sexual Assault”

SocialWorkLicenseMap launched a campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month called #WeStandUp! The goal of the campaign is to spotlight the untold stories of social workers and the unique impact that they have on survivors. We would like to invite you to the last phase of the campaign where we will […]


#WeStandUp | Social Worker Stories

Table of Contents Margaret Howard Julia Hochstadt Merari Fernandez Castro April Kopp Jill Davis Patti Geier Courtney Cobbs La Shawn Paul Natalia Mercado Sanchez Josie Torielli Bonnie Hirschhorn April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month! Social workers provide a unique and value impact on the healing and empowerment of victims and […]

Ena Ackerman

We Help Podcast: Ep. 1 Pilot Home

There are an estimated 15.1 million people around the world who have been forced from their homes by violence, according to the latest figures available from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. While the majority of these refugees and asylum-seekers are in sub-Saharan Africa (4.1 million) or Asia and […]


Four Roommates, Four Social Services Degrees

When considering graduate school or a master’s degree, it’s important to figure out exactly which program is right for you. Four roommates went through that process, each one coming out with a degree that fit their interests and professional goals. Carolyn, Emily, Lauren and Stephanie met as undergraduate students at […]


Alyssa Vu: Becoming a Social Worker

This post was written by guest writer Alyssa Vu. Alyssa is a Junior studying Social Work at New York University. She is originally from San Jose, California but currently resides in New York, New York. I was raised in a traditional Vietnamese household, and I mean very Vietnamese. I grew […]


Lora Oh: My Path To Social Work

This guest post was written by guest writer, Lora Oh. Lora is a junior at New York University’s (NYU) Silver School of Social Work. She lives in Flushing, Queens, New York. I entered NYU’s College of Arts and Science in September 2013 with absolutely zero ideas on majors, ambitions, and […]

Social Learning Theory and Its Importance to Social Work (2)

Social Learning Theory and Its Importance to Social Work

Social workers in every field face the obstacles and challenges that come with trying to understand human behavior. Gaining this insight is a complex and layered process, and social workers employ a variety of theories to achieve positive results for their clients. One such theory is called social learning theory. […]