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  1. Why You Are Your Client’s Biggest Advocate
    Why You Are Your Client’s Biggest Advocate

    As social workers, we take on a variety of roles when working with our clients. As case managers, we help our clients access resources and make their appointments. As clinicians, we provide therapy and emotional support. And as outreach workers, we liaise with our client’s loved ones and support systems to help them get what they need.

  2. The Top 5 Content Areas That The EPPP Tests You On
    The Top 5 Content Areas That The EPPP Tests You On

    Not all areas of the EPPP are weighted the same. You can expect to see a much greater emphasis on ethics compared to statistics, for example. As a result, you want to take this into consideration when preparing for the exam.

  3. 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.

  4. Coaches' Corner Recap: What Makes a Good Study Group

    Joining or creating a study group is a great way to connect with fellow exam preppers and to build support and confidence for your exam!