From MSW To LMSW
I passed! That's right, I finally PASSED the LMSW exam in Maryland. I first took the exam in 2010 when I was pregnant in my second...
Some ask why, and I ask, why not?
I help social workers reclaim their vision to avoid systemic burnout and compassion fatigue by using workforce development, consulting services, therapeutic servicing, and media services.
The Wellness Collective is a resource hub for social workers and human service professionals. Our four components are achieved through programming, special events, products/services.
Overall the goal is to promote wellness and development, collectively!
Chaundra Scott is a Maryland LMSW, E.IC., social work entrepreneur, authorpreneur, and freelance writer. Her career in social work has spanned over 15 years with experience in child welfare, case management, community outreach, and engagement. She currently provides therapeutic services for youth and adults that focus on topics of self-esteem building, coping skills, and social & emotional learning. She has served as a wealth of knowledge in seeking and accessing various resources whether for professional development or for the clients that she serves. Chaundra is also a self-published author of over 7 book titles. When she isn't writing or serving in her community, she enjoys spending time with her daughter. She also enjoys crafting, planning events, and binging her favorite television shows. Chaundra is also seeking her LCSW-C license and DSW to further her social work passions in leadership, administration, and community outreach.
We've compiled a list of available wellness providers into one spreadsheet for your use. Providers range in services of counseling, support groups, PRP services, ABA therapy, yoga & meditation; and more. View and utilize what you need for either your personal or professional needs.
The social work profession is multifaceted with various avenues of practice. From private practice, policy analyzing, to outreach and child welfare; the possibilities are endless. These same aspects are apparent in all professions and not unique to the helping profession. Throughout one's career journey they may experience various challenges and life changes that helped to create their current state of practice. With ongoing CEU and licensure updates, to even expansions of practice sites, the professional realm is ever-changing. As Black Women in social work and Black professionals in general, we often are faced with even more unique hardships versus our counterparts. This soulful anthology consists of seven successful Black Women in social work who have joined forces to share their personal stories of career inspiration, challenges, triumphs, and areas for growth that are adaptable in any career setting. Set to the tone of inspirational quotes, each chapter is shared with love and expertise that professionals of all levels can enjoy. It truly takes a village and we are connecting with you to extend the village.
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