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Benefits of the Creative Counselor
Creative counseling has been increasingly popular since professor, author, and former American Counseling Association president, Samuel Gladding, began the practice in 1970. Creativity is directly linked to problem solving, which, Gladding asserts, is the goal of counselors with their clients. Through the experience of expressing emotions creatively, people can become more self-aware and, therefore, begin to progress towards healing.

Code of Ethics for Social Workers
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics serves to guide social workers with the general standard of the well-being of humankind – specifically the “vulnerable, oppressed, and impoverished.”

Leaving the Emotional Stress of Social Work at the Office
Does your career in social work affect your home life? Given the sensitive nature of this line of work, it’s important to know how to separate work stress from home life. Be the best in your social work career by learning how to separate work stress and home life.