Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Linda Grobman
Social worker, publisher, editor, writer, flutist, therapeutic musician.
Social worker, publisher, editor, writer, flutist, therapeutic musician.
About
Linda Grobman's posts

Post has attachment
"As a member of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, the cultural teachings I learned in my youth have sustained me through challenging times. In all tribal nations, cultures’ spirituality and healing align and influence the creation of art." #selfcare #art #culture

Post has attachment
I am excited to announce Dr. Danna Bodenheimer's 2nd book from The New Social Worker Press, On Clinical Social Work: Meditations and Truths From the Field. This full-color, hardcover collection of her writings and photography makes a beautiful and meaningful gift for any clinical social worker or student.

Post has attachment
+Jonathan Singer​ interviewed +Danna Bodenheimer​ on the Social Work Podcast, and it was amazing! "Clinical social work makes the unsayable sayable." In conjunction with the publication of Danna's new book, ON CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK: MEDITATIONS AND TRUTHS FROM THE FIELD, I hope you will take the time to listen to this extraordinary interview.

Post has attachment
This article is based on conversation and materials shared during the #MacroSW Twitter chat on September 15, 2016, on toxic masculinity. Includes an extensive list of online resources. #socialwork #toxicmasculinity #MacroSW 

Post has attachment
The term “toxic masculinity” can be used to describe a set of very narrow standards, behaviors, and expectations for manhood and masculinity that values dominance, power, and control and devalues empathy, the acknowledgment of emotions, and other traits that fit outside of this narrow definition. #macrosw #toxicmasculinity #socialwork 

Post has attachment
Read our review of New York Times bestseller MIND. "I was amazed that I had found a book that addresses many intangible experiences that I have had in session. Readers will come away with a new understanding of what the mind is and what it can be."

Post has attachment
Read about 7 ways #tech can enhance your #socialwork conference experience, with examples from +Laurel Iverson Hitchcock​, +Jonathan Singer​, +Karen Zgoda​, +Sean Erreger​, and me! What other ideas would you add?

Post has attachment
Everyone loves gifts, right? Some people may assume the NASW Code of Ethics specifically prohibits accepting gifts from clients. It does not. It doesn’t even mention gifts, per se. The NASW Code does have provisions related to gifts. Read Allan Barsky's new article on accepting gifts - the good, the bad, and the ethically ugly.

Post has attachment
NEW from our Self-Care Summer Project: Our bodies and minds know what they need through the help of being asked high mileage questions. The answers are unique to who we are and what we bring to the table of #selfcare.

Post has attachment
Share the love! "When terrible things occur, you can 'Just Send Love To It,' as well as build a community, change the law, or be love." An original song by +Julie Gilliam​ and Robert Hitz. Just posted on +The New Social Worker Magazine​.
Wait while more posts are being loaded