Mental Health Resources List

Mental health is an undeniably important matter, yet most people don’t have access to the resources they need when they need help. We at Social Work License Map took the time to compile a comprehensive list of resources for anyone seeking information about and/or help for a range of mental health issues. Our list spans […]

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 […]

 

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 […]

 

The Other Invisible Wounds: Sex & The Military Conference 2015

Table of Contents Sex is a 13-Letter Word Unlearning Battlemind: Helping Veterans Deal with Emotional RestrictionPTSD Medication and Sexual Dysfunction: Strategies for Conquering the Catch-22Sexual Trauma in the Military: Treating Male VeteransUrotrauma on the Battlefield: Managing the Long-Term Impact In February Social Work License Map had the opportunity to attend […]

Map Your Social Work Path: High School To BSW To MSW

Even though you’re still in high school, you may already have a clear vision for your life and are ready to take steps in that direction. You know that you want a meaningful career in social work and you’re ready to embark on that adventure. The good news is that […]