Sexual Assault Awareness: National Assault Survey

The past year has generated a seemingly constant stream of headlines about sexual assault and rape on college and university campuses. These stories expose the dangers faced by mostly young women and the deep-rooted problems with the way our societal institutions respond to sexual assault — from victim blaming to […]

Sexual Assault Awareness: Not On My Campus

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, an important time for educating our communities about sexual violence. Sexual assault is a human rights, social justice and public health issue, and raising awareness is key to aiding victims and preventing future assaults. On college campuses, sexual assault is a […]

A Master Of Social Work Versus A Master Of Public Health

As a social worker, you may reach a point in your career where you are ready to step into a position of leadership and take on more responsibilities. You may hit a crossroads where you are unsure which type of master’s degree will best advance your professional goals. A Master […]

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 […]

Brain Injury Awareness Month: Fueled By The Struggle

I just forgot how to use a can opener. I stood in my kitchen with a can of black beans, trying to make dinner. For 3 minutes (read: three eternities), I stood there with the can opener in my hand trying to figure out how it worked. To the rest […]