AATBS Team's Blog

7 Ways to Prevent Compassion Fatigue
You are a giver, helper, and nurturer by nature. Now that you have found your career path, it’s essential that you take care of yourself so that you can provide the best care.

Learning to Trust Yourself
How you see yourself as a whole person including your ability to achieve your goal of passing the exam is directly correlated to your outcome.

Happy International Women's Day!
March 8th is International Women's Day!

Mental Health Report from the World Economic Forum
In Late February 2018, 2,600 delegates met in Switzerland to go over some of the world’s most important global issues at the World Economic Forum. These issues ranged from automation to plastic pollution, from environment and natural resource security to the future of economic progress.

5 Reminders for When You Doubt Your Clinical Skills
Do you ever worry that you don’t know everything about working with clients? Do you second guess if you have what it takes? Here are 5 reminders when doubt creeps in.

Studying with a Buddy: Yay or Nay?
Do you prefer to study alone or with a partner? Because studying for your licensure exam can be an exhausting and lonely process, there are many benefits to having a study partner.

If you missed our live weekly broadcast of Coaches Corner, it is not to late to tune in. We recapped this week’s segment when our coaches discussed the topic of self-care.

The Grand Challenges for Social Workers Continue in February
Last month, we introduced you to the American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare (AASWSW)’s Grand Challenges for Social Workers. The AASWSW focuses on one Grand Challenge per month that we can tackle as social workers to help improve the world for our clients, and our society.

Every week our coaches go live to discuss popular study topics to equip you to pass your licensure exam. We recapped our coaches’ discussion of common study myths.

How to Master EPPP Material
The skills required to successfully pass the EPPP are like three legs of a stool: If one leg is broken, the entire stool will fall apart. Explore specific steps you can take to achieve content mastery in the first part of our series.