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Spring 2023 Issue


The Warrior Identity: LGBTQ+ Military Service Members
How have LGBTQ+ individuals been affected by military service, and what policies are being implemented to protect them?

Delivering Substance Use Messages That Pack a Punch
A new paradigm identifies the delivery methods that are most effective at motivating and inspiring resilience and change.

Posttraumatic Stress
A number of factors contribute to police violence against Black Americans. Is PTSD among police officers one of them?

Elements of Shame Sensitivity
To effectively help their patients, social workers must understand how shame manifests and circulates.


Editor’s Note
Shame, Shame

Social workers can lean on technology to help clients who struggle to get a good night’s sleep.

Advanced Degree Programs
Advanced social work degrees emphasize social justice to prepare students to work with and advocate for vulnerable populations.

Behavioral Health Brief
Eco-anxiety is increasingly prevalent. Learn what it is and how social workers can help.

Eye on Ethics
In order to challenge injustice—an ethical mandate in the field—social workers must have moral courage.

Education Guide

Letter to the Editor

Winter 2023 Issue


Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth
With the percentage of trans youth on the rise, social workers can help meet the growing need for access to gender-affirming care and resources.

Understanding Mpox
In order to help clients ascertain risk and find quality resources regarding mpox, social workers first must understand the virus themselves.

Enhancing Resilience to Tame Stress in Older Adults
There are strategies older adults can utilize for facing loneliness, social isolation, health-related anxieties, and other stressors.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Both on and off camera, Fred Rogers expressed social work ethical principles in the way he built relationships and showed compassion and empathy.


From the Editor

Technology Trends
Measuring Person-Centered Care Using Innovative Artificial Intelligence

Developmental Disabilities
Caring for a Developmentally Challenged Child: Understanding the Complex Needs of Parents and Caretakers

Industry Perspectives
The Only Thing the Stop-Woke Act Will Stop Is Critical Thinking

Eye on Ethics
Protecting Client Records

Innovations in Social Work
Social Work Brings Trauma-Informed Care to Border Studies Program