This story, while centered on Maries struggles with addiction and family support the story we also hear from two social workers in DCF; Ilia
Running head: IMMIGRATION POLICY 1 IMMIGRATION POLICY 2 A Historical Analysis of Immigration Policy Calli N. Morrison & Constance R. Tullis School of Social Work University of Little Rock Author Note Calli N. Morrison and Constance R. Tullis are students at the School of Social Work at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Correspondence should be addressed
Presenting Problem The Guadalupe Center is a religious nonprofit organization under the umbrella of the Providence Hospital community outreach program. The agency was founded in 2003 by the sisters of charity when they saw necessities of the Hispanic community and other underserve groups. The Guadalupe center was created to help immigrants
Andrea Yates was a mother of five who lived in a Houston suburb. Andrea suffered from serve postpartum depression and psychosis which unfortunately lead her to drown all five of children in a bath tub one afternoon. Andrea was charged with capital murder and was given life in prison with
Education Karen received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology- Human Development from Duke University in Durham, NC and her Masters of Social Work from Catholic University in Washington Dc. Karen is a Licensed Clinical Social
Author Interview paper with a Counselor (Rebecca Alexander), and a Social Worker (Mina McVeigh). This interview is for Mrs. Scott’s online class.
3.- What are we working on? – On Psycho-education session. Advocacy and support with referred services, such as City of Casey for home service and respite and Connection Family support service Narre Warren.
Summary: Shamar McAllister is a 19-year-old male who was referred by his STEP- South teacher Shannon Beliveau. As Shamar is his own guardian, a comprehensive orientation was provided to him at school on 10/24/17. Shamar and this counselor reviewed agency services; employment purpose of MRS program; that an employment outcome shall be in an integrated setting; eligibility criteria; services available through MRS and the statewide workforce investment system; the individualized nature of the program; the requirement to use other sources of funds before MRS can pay for services; how the applicant will be involved in making informed choices regarding their rehabilitation program; customer contribution; the agency’s order of selection for
Throughout her academic career, Ms. Wilson has embodied the values of the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social. Her life of hardships and social injustice she has devoted her life to caring for the needs of others. As a result of her being in a sandwich generation, she has learned the impact of counselors and case workers have in a hospital setting. She has taken advantage of hospital resources to elevate the stressors of the cost of care and treatments.
As I conducted my interview with Andrea Williams, I learned that she has been working at this particular Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility by the name of Pecan Grove Therapeutic Group Home for Girls about a year in a half. This facility is located in Lyon, Mississippi. There are a total
Bernadette Carroll is a DC school social worker. There she does therapy with students and programs on bullying. She also does both individual and group sessions. Bernadette Carroll is a license social worker, she currently have a BSW, MSW, LSCWS and she is currently working on her doctorate of social work at Capella University. She has been a social worker for 10 years where she have been helping her clients the best way she can. She also worked as a Child Protective social worker where she investigate and supervise situations with abuse and neglect of children. The aspect of Bernadette’s field of practice that seems more attractive to me is the fact that while on her journey, she tried to make connections with people and exploring options in order to do what she wanted to do.
The New 62 Michael Strand is a 62-year-old who has worked with children for 40 years as a coach, counselor, and mentor. Due to his business, he maintains strong ties to his community. He is also strongly driven and motivated by his wife and kids. While
The individual that I chose to interview, we will refer to her as Ms. M, is a long-standing member of the counseling community and a personal and professional mentor of mine. Currently she works for the state in the social services field, though she still uses her dependency counselor skills, it is not to the same extent that she once did. However, because of her qualifications she is still able to conduct assessments, offer counseling, and help clients recognize and navigate potential addiction pitfalls. For this interview we spoke about her initial entry into the field and her time as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) in the women’s prison system.
Vignette Maxine is a 19-year-old female who has developed an addiction to self-mutilation. Maxine began cutting around her 17th birthday, as this was a very traumatic time period in her life. Both of Maxine’s parents were habitual Methamphetamines users who co-conspired to rob a gas station and were caught during the offense. Both parents were immediately arrested and have since been serving out their time in prison. Maxine was left behind to tend for herself and her younger brother Mikey who was a 11-year-old minor at the time. She previously dropped out of school and currently reads on an 8th grade level. Maxine began stealing from retail stores to feed Mikey and herself as they have no known living relatives and have been living undetected
Understanding Detail 1. Brenda Combs is a strong, determined women who has experienced the roughest parts of life and who has made a positive impact on people around her. When Combs developed a partying habit, she also got into the dangerous habit of taking drugs. Combs eventually became a cocaine addicted who