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At The Catholic University of America, our Field Education program provides students real-world application, where classroom preparation and in-field situations coincide. The Field Education program offers a safe, supervised environment for students...
Three Self-care Tips for Social Workers Social workers can have incredibly taxing careers given that they may work long hours, nights, weekends and even holidays. Coupled with this, they may not be paid as well as they should for the altruistic work...
There’s more to psychotherapy than sitting back in an armchair, nodding at what people say and taking notes in a journal. The professionals who practice psychotherapy actively work with their clients to diagnose and treat their problems. These...
A social worker has many types of clients, from children to families to communities. But all of a social worker’s clients, no matter what type, have strengths. By recognizing these strengths, a social worker can empower clients and work with them to...
Student Loan Forgiveness for Social Workers The Catholic University of America supports student loan forgiveness for social workers. We are constantly striving to keep current and potential students informed of the available opportunities to...
Active combat has been a well-documented part of America’s storied history. The anguish of war is something active servicemen and veterans don’t leave on the soil of a far-off nation once their deployment is over, but carries with them even long...
Rural America is in a steep decline. Over the next 10 years, the remaining population outside of America’s major urban centers will become increasingly isolated. Social issues will only become entrenched in the social fabric. Fellow Americans will...
The road to a child’s academic success is littered with an untold number of external factors. Outside influences have the ability to interfere with a classroom setting due to their increasing presence and strong ties to daily needs that help create...
The use of Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) to guide Social Work preparation and develop policies in human services has become increasingly important given the limited funding resources and the pressures on social service providers to document service...
All too often, the most vulnerable populations also find themselves without a voice. Whether they are minorities, children, the elderly or the homeless, the people who need the most help often find themselves most misunderstood. Traditionally these...

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