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I do have to say I love mental health because I have worked in the field for so many years and to see a break though is a awsome experience, but to be part of it is even more awarding. ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag2 months agoBrittany Sterrett-Jones RE: Discussion 1 - Week 1COLLAPSEHello Tina, Congrats on your recent marriage. I live outside of Detroit. I understand when you say working in a Daycare is a different experience. I worked in one for a couple of months and I could not do it anymore. I love children I have two of my own ,but being fully responsible for another child is a little scary.Good luck with everything.ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorMessage ReadMark as Unread
Message Not FlaggedSet Flag1 month agoAccess the profile card for user: Tiffany MorganTiffany Morgan RE: Discussion 1 - Week 1COLLAPSEHello Mrs.JamesI really enjoyed watching your video. My father served in the military so I have first hand experience dealing with military life. You stated you wanted to be a voice for the military but what topic would you like to highlight that needs change. I've noticed a huge population of homeless veterans that need care andjobs. Once I get my Master's I would like to work for the VA as well to help advocate for military personnel that need more resource for substance abuse, PTSD, and counseling.ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag2 months ago
Access the profile card for user: Ma'Dea CarpenterMa'Dea Carpenter RE: Discussion 1 - Week 1COLLAPSEWatch MediaName:MadeaWK1CarpenterDuration:Added:31 May 2017 11:47AMAdded By:Ma'Dea CarpenterDescription:Tags:ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorHide 4 repliesMessage ReadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag2 months agoWilliam Swanson RE: Discussion 1 - Week 1COLLAPSENice to Meet you, and congrats on your move as well. I want to commend you for wanting to pursue that career path. I currently work with the Department
of Human Resources in the Family Preservation Unit. When we receive cases that has issues such as sexual deviation it is hard to find a provider that address this problem with the child and family collectively. So my question to you is way do you believe we as social workers steer away from this professionally even though there is a high demand.ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorHide 1 replyMessage ReadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag2 months agoAccess the profile card for user: Tina JamesTina James RE: Discussion 1 - Week 1COLLAPSEWilliam, my thoughts would be if the professional has a unclear perspective of there life or career it could make it hard to deal or accept that kind of challenge. In todays society when someone is working on a particular case or situation and it may take a turn for the worse before it gets better the professional gets ridiculed on so many levels, and none like to be made out to be the bad person especially when you are doing your best. Class what is your thoughts? That is just my thoughts....