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5 Rules for When You’re Spread Too Thin
Overwhelmed by a crowded schedule? There are five rules to follow when you are spreading yourself too thin.

Gigs Offer Opportunity to Parents in Addiction Recovery
While there are many challenges in addiction recovery, focusing on the negatives won’t guide you to a better future. Instead, seek out the opportunities — and when you can’t find any, make them.

Coaches’ Corner Recap: How to Balance Studying and Parenting
In honor of Mother’s Day, our in-house coaches, Melissa and Jennifer, discuss how parents can prepare for their licensure exam in our bi-weekly broadcast of Coaches’ Corner.

Social Workers Unite
How peer support can reduce stress from social work

Introvert vs Extrovert: How does social media affect how you socialize?
Do you feel drained or recharged from being around others? Are you a natural introvert or extrovert? Your personality, desire to be connected to others, and how you recharge may be greatly affected how you use social media.

4 Social Worker Competencies That Make Great Study Skills
You might be a rock star at work and a whiz at school, but getting ready for a new examination can always feel a little bit intimidating. No matter how well you did in your social work program, the licensure exam is a new assessment that puts all your clinical skills to the test.

The Evolution of Telemental Health in Social Work
Is Telemental Health good for the social work industry? An analysis of this growing trend and if it fits in your practice.

Get Up For May’s Social Work Grand Challenge
Here’s what we’re working toward in May: Grand Challenge #5: Eradicate Social Isolation

7 Actions to Save Your Sanity as a Counselor
Your career as a counselor can be very demanding.Here are 7 actions to save your sanity as a counselor.

Anxiety vs. Nervousness: Know the difference so you can handle it better
Are you feeling anxious or nervousness? Knowing the difference can help you work through the feeling quicker and more efficiently.