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Dive into ”The 5-Minute Social Worker” for your weekly dose of swift and actionable social work insights with a slice of humour. In just five minutes, get equipped with practical tips and strategies to enhance your practice and impact. Perfect for the busy professional, our episodes offer the wisdom and humour you need to thrive in the dynamic world of social work. Join us for a quick boost of knowledge, fun and inspiration, tailored just for you.
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Rogue Social Worker

Rogue Social Worker

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Social worker turned social entrepreneur. Sick of the traditional, inefficient, ineffective, unsustainable nonprofit system. Started buying and selling real estate. Using the profits to provide housing and jobs to people who have experienced homelessness.
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Christopher Scott, MSW is a social worker from Portland taking a journey to further his career and making an effort to change the platform of social work. Go to hiphopsocialworker.com for more information. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hip-hop-social-worker/support
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This podcast idea was thought up by Linda who brought it to Brittany as means of self care and expression of the mind of a social worker. This is NEW, we are not podcast experts, but with time we will do our best to present the best audio quality and maybe one day have a theme song? If your life is influenced by social issues (i.e. - everyone), you likely will find a relatable piece of this podcast. For current and up and coming social workers, we hope you find this as a helpful resource. - ...
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Continuing Education for mental health counselors, licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, and social workers. Get a year of unlimited CE audio courses (aka Podcouses) at a single affordable price with 'The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard,' accredited by NBCC. Designed for flexibility and convenience, Podcourses enable therapists and counselors to engage in learning anytime and anywhere, without having to sit for hours and hours to watch recorded trainings. ...
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We are a team of people who work for under priviledge people. Who are living their lives in the streets and don't have any home or other necessary amenities. So we are trying to help them with the help of people who are willing to share some part of their income and love to help those poor people.
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We are just two (broke) social workers living in Los Angeles, California trying to change the world one client at a time! We met one another when we were both attending the University of Denver's Graduate School of Social Work in Denver, Colorado. We graduated in 2011 and in 2013 we both found ourselves living in Los Angeles. ​ The idea for this podcast started over a year ago. We wanted to create a podcast that spoke about social work topics in a way that was accessible to the larger public.
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Jim McFarland Joliet provides compassionate social work services to help people resolve their problems. We specialize in resolving marital conflicts or helping those dealing with drug or alcohol abuse issues get back on track. Our expert clinicians will listen carefully to your concerns, then work with you to develop a plan that addresses both the issue at hand and your overall needs. The goal of Jim McFarland Joliet's service is to provide emotional support and practical resources tailored ...
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It is my pleasure to (re)introduce you to Ms. Kiva Harper. This episode dives deep into the world of trauma and recovery, offering valuable insights for anyone passionate about social work, mental health, and community healing. Let's continue to learn, grow, and revolutionize our approaches to social work. Listen, reflect, and join the conversation…
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In this episode of The Therapy Show, I welcome Dr. Aliza Goldstein, a clinical psychologist specializing in OCD and anxiety disorders. She dives deep into the intricacies of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, shedding light on its varied manifestations and the most effective treatments currently available. The episode starts with a thorough exploration…
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In this episode, I’m sharing exciting updates about the future direction of the podcast. Celebrating five years of growth and engagement with professionals in the mental health field, I’m announcing a renewed focus on continuing education through Podcourses. Podcourses are designed to be convenient and accessible for busy therapists, allowing you t…
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I'm excited to have Michael Cortina, LCSW, the creator of the innovative Cortina Method, join us. This brain-based methodology is specifically crafted to address trauma and other emotional disturbances effectively without the need for clients to relive their traumatic experiences. In our conversation, Michael dives into how the Cortina Method repre…
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Episode 51: Charting a New Path | Dissenting Social Work with Dr. Paul Michael Garrett In this thought-provoking episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, Christian Ace engages in a profound conversation with Dr. Paul Michael Garrett about dissent and decolonization in social work. Recorded live from the heart of …
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In the 50th episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler is joined by guests G Ford and Chris Flores for an insightful conversation recorded live at the Kaimana Beach Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. In a serendipitous encounter, Hawaiian Elder Maui Loa joins the dialogue, adding a wealth of wis…
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In this compelling episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler engages in a transformative conversation with Alicia Stettler, LCSW, about revolutionary social work and the power of dialogue in fostering unity and understanding. Recorded live in Hawaii, this episode delves into the critica…
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Bizzie Gold, the founder of the innovative Break Method, shares her insights on transforming mental health through a unique data analytics approach that identifies and alters deep-seated brain patterns developed in early childhood. This episode dives into how the Break Method is changing the landscape of therapy by offering sustainable and profound…
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This time pouring my knowledge into the pot of cultural competence. Sometimes it feels like being a chef in a global kitchen, where every ingredient is as unique as the individuals we work with, and our recipe book is written in, well, let’s just say, a language we’re still trying to learn.Kirjoittanut mattwq
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In this episode, I’m joined by Umu Benjamin, a Board Certified Holistic Nutritional Metabolic and Integrative Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner and the visionary behind Limbic. Together, we discuss the transformative power of holistic approaches to mental health, emphasizing the importance of natural and lifestyle-based interventions over immediate med…
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The story I want to tell you today is part cautionary, like the time you tried to make a smoothie and forgot to put the lid on the blender, part battle cry, like the enthusiasm of a vegan discovering options at a barbecue, and so relatable it’s like realising everyone’s been muting you on the group chat…
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In this episode, I have the pleasure of welcoming back Stephanie Lincoln, LMHC, a former Army captain, trauma therapist, and author of the remarkable book "Born to Be Brave: My 56-Hour Battle for My Life in the Olympic National Forest." With her extensive background in mental health and her personal experience of overcoming extreme adversity, Steph…
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In this compelling episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler engages in a transformative conversation with Dr. Alan Dettlaff, a prominent figure in the abolitionist movement within social work. Dr. Dettlaff shares profound insights into the challenges and aspirations of this transformat…
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In this episode, I sit down with Liz Kelly, a licensed clinical social worker based just outside of Washington, D.C. Liz shares her unique journey from a career in fundraising to becoming a passionate therapist and author. Her recent book, "This Book Is Cheaper Than Therapy," serves as a beacon of hope and a practical guide for those seeking mental…
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In this transformative episode of The Critical Social Worker, host Christian Ace Stettler engages in a thought-provoking dialogue with Abyd Quinn Aziz, a Reader/Professor in Social Work at Cardiff University and a revolutionary force in the field. Episode Highlights: Introduction and Ramadan (0:00 - 5:00) The Meaning of Ramadan (5:00 - 15:25) Becom…
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Welcome aboard "The 5-Minute Social Worker," the podcast that's more reliable than your morning alarm and occasionally just as startling, "This is episode 4 ‘the great adaptation’ where we tackle the jungle of social work with nothing but our wits and a handy Swiss Army knife of strategiesKirjoittanut mattwq
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In this powerful episode of The Critical Social Worker, host Christian Ace Stettler engages in a transformative conversation with Josie Heyano, a Deg Xinag Athabascan woman from Alaska, and a revolutionary social worker. Highlights: Colonial Legacies and Decolonizing Service: Josie shares her insights and experiences in decolonizing practices withi…
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In this episode, I sit down with Pamela Garfield-Jaeger, aka The Truthful Therapist, a seasoned social worker and the author of "A Practical Response to Gender Distress." With over two decades of experience in the mental health field, Pamela shares her transition from traditional practice to becoming an advocate for a more nuanced approach to gende…
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Welcome back to "The 5-Minute Social Worker," the podcast that’s like a life jacket in the ocean of social work – occasionally squeaky, but it keeps you afloat. This is episode 3 navigating the rapids of self-care without capsizing into clichés about bubble baths and scented candlesKirjoittanut mattwq
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In this episode I sit down with the dynamic Melissa Rogers, a professional matchmaker and dating coach with a decade of experience in creating lasting connections. Melissa shares her unique journey from psychology to matchmaking, offering invaluable insights into the art and science of love in today's digital age. Melissa also shares her thoughts o…
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In Episode 45 of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast host Christian Ace Stettler welcomes Dr. Benjamin Lukey, a professor of philosophy at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a pivotal figure in the Philosophy for Children (P4C) Hawai‘i initiative. This engaging dialogue dives deep into the transformative power of cur…
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In this episode, I sit down with a pioneering guest, Soad Tabrizi, LMFT, who has revolutionized the way therapists and clients connect through the creation of niche directories. This episode dives into the inception of SimpliWell.org and ConservativeCounselors.com, platforms designed to cater to holistic practitioners and those with conservative va…
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Episode 1 of the new weekly podcast 'the 5 minute social worker'. In this episode we take a brief humorous look at 'active listening' in the daily life of a social worker. Perfect for a quick snippet of wisdom and humour for you to listen to during your busy day.Kirjoittanut mattwq
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In this episode, I’m joined by the insightful Aaron Potratz, a renowned therapist, life coach, and one-half of the dynamic duo behind the Shrink Think podcast. Together, we explore the transformative power of understanding your "why" and how it can guide you toward a more fulfilling life. The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard is sponsored by TherapyNo…
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In another episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler had the pleasure of talking story with Dr. Amana Mbise, professor of social work at the University of Alaska Anchorage. They talked about a wealth of different revolutionary topics and enjoyed the robust participation from the audienc…
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In today's episode, we dive deep into the world of building and expanding therapy practices with the help of seasoned therapist and consultant, David Sturgess. The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard is sponsored by TherapyNotes! Why not find out what more than 100,000 mental health professionals already know, and try TherapyNotes for 2 months, absolute…
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In the another episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler connected with Michon Whiterose, a LCSW deeply rooted in Ahtna Athabascan heritage, for a dialogue that spanned a wide array of topics central to wellness, storytelling, and the intricate dance of navigating life's challenges. Her…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the transformative world of plant medicine and its profound impact on navigating the complex landscape of grief. Join me as I explore the ancient wisdom and modern applications of these natural healing modalities with my guest, Pedro, making his third appearance on the show. Get my FREE guided meditations and hypn…
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Today, I'm talking about the fascinating realm of hypnotherapy, a topic close to my heart as I work towards my certification in this transformative field. Whether you're curious about hypnotherapy or considering it for personal growth, this episode is for you. In This Episode: Introduction to Hypnotherapy The Process Benefits and Applications Commo…
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In the latest episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, host Christian Ace Stettler had the privilege of engaging in a profound conversation with Ilarion Merculieff, a revered Unangan Elder known for his dedication to advocating for Indigenous rights and environmental stewardship. Despite facing technical challeng…
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In another episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, we had the privilege of diving into the life, work and thoughts of Gabriel Igaugaq Tegoseak, a figure who embodies the spirit of the Arctic through his dedication to environmentalism, activism, and the sustenance of traditional subsistence living. Born and raise…
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Today, I’m joined by a very special guest, Troy Williamson, whose journey from the football field to family life and community service is nothing short of inspiring. Troy is a former professional football player who has transitioned into a role as a stay-at-home dad, podcaster, and community supporter. His journey through sports, personal challenge…
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In this session, I dive into listener questions, offering my insights and advice on a range of topics from the impact of social media on mental health to the importance of therapists seeking their own therapy. The Digital Dilemma Therapists Need Therapy Too Mindfulness in Everyday Life Building a Support System Preventing Professional Burnout Tailo…
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In a new episode of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast, our host Christian Ace Stettler welcomes Dr. Lesther Papa, an assistant professor of psychology at San José State University. Their conversation traverses Dr. Papa's multicultural background, his journey through academia, and his commitment to addressing microaggr…
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Episode 39 of The Critical Social Worker: A Revolutionary Storytelling Podcast: Healing Dialogues | Perspectives on Social Work and Healing with Shara Ruffin, LCSW In this episode, host Christian Ace Stettler welcomed Shara Ruffin, LCSW, to share her insights into the realms of grief, personality disorders, anxiety, family trauma, and much more. Re…
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In this transformative episode, I welcome back Pedro, a seasoned guide in the realm of plant medicine, to explore its profound impact on addiction and personal growth. Through Pedro's insightful narratives and experiences, we dive into the heart of healing, uncovering the nuanced relationship between humans and these powerful natural allies. Get my…
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This episode provides valuable insights into the complex issue of anti-Semitism on college campuses, offering historical context and practical advice for understanding and addressing this critical topic. I speak with Professor David Halahmy, a history professor with 27 years of experience, currently teaching at Cypress College. In this episode we d…
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I welcome Bennett Schwartz, an experienced mentor and life coach specializing in personal development for young adults aged 15-23. Bennett shares his journey into coaching, his passion for helping young people build essential life skills, and his unique approach to mentoring. The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard is sponsored by TherapyNotes! Why not …
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In this episode, I'm answering listener questions, offering insights into my personal journey and professional experiences as a therapist and podcaster. My Personal Journey to Mental Health and Emotional Wellness Inspiration Behind the Therapy Show Podcast's Influence on Professional Practice Underrated Yet Effective Therapeutic Techniques Favorite…
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In this episode, I welcome back Chris McDonald, LCMHCS, a renowned therapist and holistic health advocate. We discuss the transformative practice of breathwork, its benefits for mental health, and its application in therapy. Chris also shares exciting details about her upcoming workbook for therapists, focusing on self-care and holistic modalities.…
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In this episode of The Therapy Show, I’m addressing a sensitive and essential topic: how to talk to kids about antisemitism. This discussion is particularly relevant in the current global climate, emphasizing the need to engage younger generations in meaningful conversations about this critical issue. Key Highlights: Introduction to Kesher Shalom P…
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In this deeply inspiring episode, I sit down with Shawn Balva, a former high-level football athlete who faced significant challenges in his youth, leading to a struggle with drug addiction and a consequential prison sentence. Shawn shares his incredible journey of transformation, resilience, and redemption, detailing how he overcame adversity and n…
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