March 2020 Podcast
Dr. R.C. continues to bring attention to National School Social Work Month by speaking with SSWAA's National Campaign Representative Patrick Mulkern, MSW, PPSC about how the Unique Training & Skillset of School Social Workers positively IMPACTS the educational setting as Understanding & Clarity is brought to the forefront while working with our LGBTQ+ students.
December 2019 Podcast
Bullying prevention and intervention
SSWAA's National Campaign Representative, and International Bullying Prevention Association (IBPA) member Mrs. Dawn M. Jaeger speaks on the topic of Bullying Prevention/Intervention as collaboration occurs through the Empowering Voices of Social Work Advocacy as education & resources are shared.
May 2020 Podcast
SSW Ethical considerations during a pandemic
Common Ground was fortunate to host Dr. Raines for this month's podcast. Dr. Raines specializes in the ethics (among other things) and has a wealth of experience to share with us. In this podcast, Dr. Raines addressed ethical issues we are facing during this pandemic and offers some observations that may be helpful.
November 2019 Podcast
Helping children cope with grief
Another important podcast collaboration with SSWAA. One of the most difficult tasks as a School Social Worker is helping children cope with grief. It is difficult, personal and vital. Heather Alden joins the podcast to discuss how school social workers can help students as they grieve. She gives insights and practice examples to help social workers understand the process.
March 2020 Podcast
Dr. R.C. brings attention to National School Social Work Week/Month
by speaking with SSWAA's National Campaign Representative Ms. Elizabeth McInerney, LICSW about WHY it is important to have School Social Workers at the forefront when addressing issues of HOMELESSNESS within their perspective K -12 Educational Setting.
February 2020 Podcast
This month's podcast features Dr. Laurel Thompson, student services director of Broward County which includes Stoneman Douglas in Parkland. After the tragedy in Parkland, Dr. Thompson (former social worker) led efforts to reduce violence in her school district. On this episode, Dr. Thompson inspires and informs social workers and educators on the violence prevention in her district.