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An Interview with Therapy Reimagined
What is the #therapymovement? Through Therapy Reimagined we can strive to solve therapist burnout among many other issues that can burden a mental health professional.

Grand Challenge #9: Promote Smart Decarceration
It’s September, and if you’re a social work student you’re most likely coming back to school after your summer break. If you’re a practitioner, you might be returning from a great vacation. Hopefully, you’ve been following along with the Social Work Grand Challenges throughout the summer months and are ready to rise up for our new September call to action!

Coaches’ Corner Recap: Back to School
Melissa and Jennifer discuss how to get back into your routine with the transition from summer to fall.

5 Reasons You Should Join an Online Study Group
You can stay in the comfort of your typical study space while reaping the benefits of joining a study group.

Choosing the Social Work Program That Works For You
Getting a social work degree is often the first step in a new career in social work. If you're considering becoming a social worker, you're no doubt looking at programs and considering your options.

How to get the most out of your workshop
Attending a workshop is a great way to improve your clinical skills. Whether the focus of the program is to prepare you for your licensure exam or to learn new study habits, you will want to get the most out of the experience. Here are a few tips that can help you get the most out of your workshop.

Meet the Coaches: Melissa and Jennifer
There’s a lot you don’t know about our in-house coaches, Melissa Mendoza and Jennifer Kolb!

We Need To Practice What We Preach
If we burnout, leave the profession, get kicked out, or work ourselves to death, we aren’t helping anyone. Our work is hard – we really need to take care of ourselves. Or else. Fortunately, we know what to do. We “just” need to practice what we preach.

Coaches' Corner Recap: Habits of Successful Exam Candidates
Melissa and Jennifer shared the following habits of successful exam candidates.

The Goldilocks Effect - How Much Studying is
Spending over 400 hours EPPP study materials has shown negative results in exam prep. This group of people not only failed to improve, but were less likely to pass the exam.