NASW Social Work Talks informs, educates and inspires through conversations with experts and exploring issues that social work professionals care about. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
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I wish episodes were more than an author appearing to promote their latest book. With the vast membership base that NASW must have, it would be much more interesting to hear from a variety of guests from different backgrounds and types of practice. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised when NASW is an organization that seems to focus more on selling its products than being of service to its members.
I really enjoy listening to this podcast. I absolutely loved your episode on South Asians, it was really nice seeing the life of someone in the US from a different perspective.
excited to find. needed a little something to listen to to keep me connected and focused to "mission social work".
Overall I find the show helpful to keep me up-to-date and the topics are relevant to me. I just really wish the show host said fewer umms because it interferes with my listening experience.
Normally I am not one to leave a review, however after listening to the episode on self-care and avoiding burnout I felt compelled to do so. Although the particular episode I listened to was taped back in 2018, I believe the topic holds true and is relevant to todays world. Since as the episode clearly details there is this heightened societal pressure that is often projected through social media that individuals must be actively productive and perfect within their lives. However, often this pre... more
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NASW Social Work Talks launched 6 years ago and published 110 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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