The Other Invisible Wounds: Sex & The Military Conference 2015

Table of Contents Sex is a 13-Letter Word Unlearning Battlemind: Helping Veterans Deal with Emotional RestrictionPTSD Medication and Sexual Dysfunction: Strategies for Conquering the Catch-22Sexual Trauma in the Military: Treating Male VeteransUrotrauma on the Battlefield: Managing the Long-Term Impact In February Social Work License Map had the opportunity to attend […]

Brain Injury Awareness Month: Fueled By The Struggle

I just forgot how to use a can opener. I stood in my kitchen with a can of black beans, trying to make dinner. For 3 minutes (read: three eternities), I stood there with the can opener in my hand trying to figure out how it worked. To the rest […]

Map Your Social Work Path: High School To BSW To MSW

Even though you’re still in high school, you may already have a clear vision for your life and are ready to take steps in that direction. You know that you want a meaningful career in social work and you’re ready to embark on that adventure. The good news is that […]

What You Can Do To Support Youth Survivors Of Dating Abuse

“I knew something was wrong. I knew I needed help, but I didn’t know where to go.” — Anonymous One in three young people experience some form of abuse in a relationship, but only 33 percent of teens will tell anyone about the abuse in their relationship. A young person […]

I Had No Idea It’s Not In The Parenting Books

When our family discovered one of our children had an eating disorder it was like being sent to a foreign planet. Nothing made sense. It was not a situation we had ever imagined. Here’s what I wished we had known. It’s a real thing. Eating Disorders are not like anything […]