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This week - inspired by this opinion column published over at mysocialworknews.com - our hosts are asking one another the question: Did you choose social work, or did social work choose you? more
This week - inspired by this article - Vince and Tilly are exploring everything that is brilliant about being a social worker, as each bring their top five reasons for loving their jobs to the podcasting table. How many of these can you relate to? more
In this episode, host Vince is joined by a special guest co-host, fellow Social Work News columnist Matt Bee, as they tackle the question: Do we need more men in social work? more
I found this podcast when it was back under its former name in lockdown when I was completing my MA in social work, and have been following it avidly for years, I found that the hosts are the perfect balance between hilarious and having a way with words but also able to tackle extremely difficult and thought provoking social work themes which really get you thinking and their passion for social work really shines though and it’s genuinely heart warming to hear that even through the struggles the... more
I would love to write and ask about an experience I had recently. How can I do that?
So so refreshing and affirming to listen to you, your humanity, your beautiful social work values and your banter…. I am often cringing with Tilly and appreciate the humour of Vince. Your podcasts, this one and the last one, have really helped me to stay focused on why I am a social worker and reminded me to be more determined to remember what is important…..the children and the adults around them who I’m privileged to walk alongside and support. 💕 I love my job and I’m really proud of how I ca... more
I am so glad I found your podcast. It is wonderful to hear your perspectives about social work. I have been a case manager/social worker for people with developmental delays in the USA for the past 30 years. It is good to know social workers around the world can connect and relate to each other. Keep up the great work!
Been a fan of Vince since the SWT Facebook page and podcast, and loved when Tilly joined the podcast. These two walk the line of humor and seriousness about the profession incredibly well. I enjoy listening to them weekly and missed hearing their voices in the interim between the SWT podcast and this one. Very glad to have them back!
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