Resource Guide for Coping with Secondhand Trauma

Secondhand trauma can impede the work of social workers and others who provide critical care. Here are ways to help cope with the condition.

Podcast

We Help is a monthly podcast brought to you by Social Work License Map. Each episode on We Help has its own theme and multiple acts. It focuses on the daily lives of social workers everywhere and their impact on the current topics in social work today […]

The “Look” Body Language Challenge

This post is brought to you by Michael J. Domitrz in conjunction with #WeStandUp: Social Workers for Survivors of Sexual Assault. Michael J. Dormitz is one of the leading experts for transforming our sexual culture to one being built on consent and respect. For over two decades, educators, military, families, […]

 

Art Exhibit “#WeStandUp: Social Workers For Survivors Of Sexual Assault” Recap & Gallery

On April 25th, 2016, SocialWorkLicenseMap and Crossing Point Arts launched a campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month called #WeStandUp! Arly Nguyen, and her fellow colleagues, collected untold stories of social workers and the unique impact that they have on survivors. What started out as a small project became an unforgettable […]

 

We Help Podcast: Ep. 2 #WeStandUp

Each April since 2001, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center has organized Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) to bring attention to the nearly one in five women and one in 71 men who are the victims of rape. The month is observed with educational events, media campaigns and fundraisers to […]

 

Art Exhibit "#WeStandUp: Social Workers For Survivors Of Sexual Assault"

SocialWorkLicenseMap launched a campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month called #WeStandUp! The goal of the campaign is to spotlight the untold stories of social workers and the unique impact that they have on survivors. We would like to invite you to the last phase of the campaign where we will […]