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The Inside Social Work Podcast

May 31, 2022

Supervision is SO important . It provides a forum for reflection and learning,  review, reflection, critique and replenishment for professional practitioners.

 

One of the purposes of social work supervision is to enhance the professional skills and competence of the supervisee to achieve positive outcomes for...


May 25, 2022

We chatted about diversity, sexuality, being authentic in therapy, critical reflection, building trust, and sharing parts of your lived experience.



About Coby

 

Coby is an experienced mental health practitioner with a passion for life, health, and healing. As an advocate for good mental health, he regularly presents...


May 18, 2022

Boundaries are the limits we set with other people, which indicate what we find acceptable and unacceptable in their behavior towards us.


Elements of trust - from the work of Brene Brown. 

Using the acronym BRAVING

 

Boundaries

Reliability

Accountability

Vault

Intergtriy

Non-judgement

Generosity 



 

Healthy...


May 9, 2022

We can learn so much from people's experiences of therapy. When someone shares their story of what they have found helpful and harmful, we need to reflect on what we are doing in our practices. 

I have learned so much from the storied Ben and Carrie share on their podcast, Very Bad Therapy, and it was an absolute...


May 3, 2022




Impostor syndrome

 

What is imposter syndrome?

It’s not the same as having self-doubt. Sometimes when we learn a new skill or we’re trying something new for the first time we might not be confident and feel that we do it well. 

 

Impostor syndrome is different it’s more about feeling like you’re going to get...