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Management and Leadership in Social Work Practice and Education
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edited by Leon Ginsberg, 1936- (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2008, originally published 2008), 502 page(s)
Through his compilation of information on the essentials of management and leadership, Ginsberg presents insightful solutions that can help any social worker maximize his or her contributions to the profession. More than 30 widely acclaimed topic experts offer advice for various organizational settings—health, m...
edited by Leon Ginsberg, 1936- (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2008, originally published 2008), 502 page(s)
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Managing ADHD in School: The Best Evidence-Based Methods for Teachers
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presented by Russell A. Barkley, 1949- (Eau Claire, WI: PESI Inc., 2016, originally published 2016), 100 page(s)
Dr. Russell Barkley, internationally respected expert on ADHD, draws on his 40 years of clinical work with thousands of students, teachers and schools to create a definitive resource for the most effective methods in overcoming impairments for children and teens with ADHD. Managing ADHD in Schools details more tha...
presented by Russell A. Barkley, 1949- (Eau Claire, WI: PESI Inc., 2016, originally published 2016), 100 page(s)
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Max Becoming Max
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directed by Larry Hicock, fl. 1996-2017; produced by Larry Hicock, fl. 1996-2017, Rolling Film Productions (Toronto, ON: Rolling Film Productions, 2017), 47 mins

This is a story about a special needs 12-year-old and some of the remarkable people who helped him get to a very good place in his life. Max Blackwin seems like any grade-sixer, but unlike the other kids, he has already faced more challenges, and won more personal victories, than most of them will see in a lifetim...

directed by Larry Hicock, fl. 1996-2017; produced by Larry Hicock, fl. 1996-2017, Rolling Film Productions (Toronto, ON: Rolling Film Productions, 2017), 47 mins
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Methamphetamine: A Love Story
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written by Rashi K. Shukla, 1971- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 261 page(s)
Methamphetamine: A Love Story presents an insider’s view of the world of methamphetamine based on the life stories of thirty-three adults formerly immersed in using, dealing, and manufacturing meth in rural Oklahoma. Using a respectful tone towards her subjects, Shukla illuminates their often decades-long love a...
written by Rashi K. Shukla, 1971- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 261 page(s)
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Multifaith Care for Sick and Dying Children and Their Families: A Multidisciplinary Guide
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written by Zamir Hussain, fl. 2010 and Paul Nash, 1959-; presented by Madeleine Parkes, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
What do you need to know in order to provide the best possible care for sick children of different faiths? What, in the context of the young person's faith, might it be helpful to know to support the child and the family, improve care, communicate sensitively and avoid causing offence?Drawing on extensive, evidenc...
written by Zamir Hussain, fl. 2010 and Paul Nash, 1959-; presented by Madeleine Parkes, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
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My Whole Self
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directed by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012; produced by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012, StoryTank Media (Portland, OR: Diamond Law Training, 2017), 27 mins
My Whole Self is a documentary on microaggressions and gender and intersectionality. It explores the subtle forms of gender bias experienced by women across lines of difference.
directed by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012; produced by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012, StoryTank Media (Portland, OR: Diamond Law Training, 2017), 27 mins
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No Place Like Home
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directed by Kathryn Hunt, fl. 1993; produced by Kathryn Hunt, fl. 1993, Lazy Circle Productions (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1994), 25 mins
This brilliant documentary explores eight months in the life of a broken family in Seattle and powerfully depicts the cycles that keep families tied to poverty and violence from one generation to the next. The film focuses on a young girl, Barbara, who lives with her mother, brother, and sister in homeless shelter...
directed by Kathryn Hunt, fl. 1993; produced by Kathryn Hunt, fl. 1993, Lazy Circle Productions (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1994), 25 mins
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Client's Perspective
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produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2004), 16 mins
Discussion in this training focuses on Ms. Tarter’s experience of OCD. This experience involves a repetitive cycle of overwhelming obsessions that causes great anxiety and elicits her attempts to decrease this anxiety through the use of rituals that are only briefly satisfying in decreasing the anxiety. Ms Tarte...
produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2004), 16 mins
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The On-going Story
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(Bullfrog Films), 26 mins
In this final program of the series, Life revisits some of the stories covered in earlier episodes -- from child poverty to health to social exclusion -- and questions just how strong the international community's commitment is to link social development with economic development and human rights.
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(Bullfrog Films), 26 mins
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Overcoming Personal Biases in Social Work
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presented by Dawn Belkin Martinez, fl. 2016-2016; produced by UPG Media and Alexander Street (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2016), 42 mins
This video speaks to the challenges of overcoming personal biases in social work. Dawn Belkin Martinez, PhD MSW, examines how preconceived ideas about race, class, religion, sexual orientation, age, individualism, and consumerism affect us. She asks, where do these ideas come from? Are they taught or otherwise le...
presented by Dawn Belkin Martinez, fl. 2016-2016; produced by UPG Media and Alexander Street (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2016), 42 mins
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