Social Work

  1. Use Your Social Work License In A Different Way
    Use Your Social Work License In A Different Way

    After obtaining their license, many social workers go on to practice therapy of related clinical work for clients, either in agencies or in private practice.  While this is the traditional professional route for social workers, your social work license is extremely versatile and getting your license doesn’t limit you to working in a traditional therapeutic capacity. 

    If you’ve received or are considering getting your social work license and want to work in a field other than therapy, you have additional options.

  2. Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Each person learns information differently. As you prepare for your exam, it is helpful to identify how you learn and retain information. There are three major learning styles which include auditory, visual, and tactile. This post will explore everything you need to know about the 3 learning styles.
  3. The Total Cost of Taking the ASWB Exam
    The Total Cost of Taking the ASWB Exam
    Like many professions, social workers must obtain a license in order to practice their craft. In most states, social workers planning to become licensed take one of the ASWB exams. Many promising new social workers wonder what they will need to pay to take the ASWB exam after finishing their education. We’re here to let you know what the exam itself costs, as well as other costs that arise.
  4. It’s National Social Work Month
    It’s National Social Work Month

    March is National Social Work Month! To honor this holiday, the NASW launched the “Elevate Social Work” campaign, which will run throughout the month. Through the campaign, the NASW aims to educate the public about this important profession and how social workers contribute to society.