I cannot really recollect what it was that drew me into social work although I am conscious of some drawing from particular quarters, looking back I realise that there is a tradition in the family going back to my grandfathers activities of what might be called social work intervention for he was party to founding a friendly society under the friendly societies act of 1900s. 4,667 more words
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Barbara Prynn interviewed by Joan Rapaport on 15th October 2008.
So, can you give me an outline of your career in social work? Okay. Well, I did a social studies diploma in the course of which I did day a week placement in the first year, and then a block placement in the summer between the two years, and then I decided that I wanted to be a psychiatric social worker and at that time the APSW, Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, had a trainee scheme and so one could apply to be a trainee in a particular place where one would have a supervisor. 7,140 more words
My girl was just 11 when we realised there was a problem. I’m a single mom, but my family and X are very involved. This is just a glimpse of what it is like to do Family Based Treatment, Maudsley Method. 849 more words
This is a weird post, but I’m needing some reassurance and truth be told – I have no one else to ask.
I pose this question to those of you out there who currently have or consider yourselves recovered from an eating disorder. 119 more words
Welcome to another of Matthew Mckenzie’s blog post on caring within the mental health field. However this particular blog post is about the London Anxiety Arts Festival 2014, which has been running from June until a few days up from July. 1,010 more words