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Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ)

Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ) The Clinical Social Work Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles relevant to contemporary clinical social work practice, research, theory, and policy.

Use our timeline, to browse our complete collection of articles–over 40 years of content. Founded in 1973, the Clinical Social Work Journal publishes leading, peer-reviewed original articles relevant to contemporary clinical practice with individuals, couples, families, and groups. It also presents innovations in theoretical, practice, evidence-based clinical research, and interdisciplinary approa

Use our timeline, to browse our complete collection of articles–over 40 years of content. Founded in 1973, the Clinical Social Work Journal publishes leading, peer-reviewed original articles relevant to contemporary clinical practice with individuals, couples, families, and groups. It also presents innovations in theoretical, practice, evidence-based clinical research, and interdisciplinary approa

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Congratulations to #CSWJ EB member, Dr. Janice Berry-Edwards, who was recently published in the Psychoanalytic Inquiry a...
03/26/2022
Why People Lead and Others Follow: The Black Perspective

Congratulations to #CSWJ EB member, Dr. Janice Berry-Edwards, who was recently published in the Psychoanalytic Inquiry and has been elected President elect of the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work!

Since August 2021, Dr. Edwards presents monthly on Trauma Informed Care with Homeless Populations for "The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness."

To read Dr. Edwards' recent publication, click below:
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07351690.2021.1971468

(2021). Why People Lead and Others Follow: The Black Perspective. Psychoanalytic Inquiry: Vol. 41, Leadership, Psychoanalysis, and Society, pp. 509-526.

Congratulations to E-Board member Dr. Al-Krenawi who's work has recently been cited in an article published by BMC Psych...
03/26/2022
Stressful life experience of the first married women in polygamous families in Gedeo zone, South Ethiopia: a qualitative study, 2021 - BMC Psychology

Congratulations to E-Board member Dr. Al-Krenawi who's work has recently been cited in an article published by BMC Psychology.

To view Dr. Al-Krenawi's article, click below:
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10597-011-9405-x?utm_source=CitationAlert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CitationAlert_%20%20SPRINGER

To view the BMC Psychology article, click below:
https://bmcpsychology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40359-022-00753-4

Introduction Polygamy is commonly referred to as the union of a man with multiple women or the practice of having more than one wife at a time. In Ethiopia, polygamy has practiced in all regions. In particular, the stress of polygamous family life predisposes mothers to psychological problems. Being...

Congratulations to Dr. Alean Al-Krenawi's on his presentation about the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on children and ...
03/22/2022
"הילדים עברו תקופה איומה, וזו דווקא הזדמנות": מערכת החינוך אחרי הקורונה

Congratulations to Dr. Alean Al-Krenawi's on his presentation about the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on children and families at the people of the country conference yesterday!

For more information, click below.
https://www.ynet.co.il/parents/article/sjhaa0hg5#autoplay

מה עבר על הילדים בשנתיים האחרונות, ומה הם חווים היום? מה השתנה בבתי הספר, ומה צריך להשתנות? מנכ"לית רשת התיכונים עמל רוית דום עיני, אשת החינוך מיכל דליות ופרופ' אלקרינא...

03/18/2022

Congratulations to Editorial Board Member Joel Kanter, who will be presenting "Working with Parents: Clinical and Ethical Perspectives" at the National Association of Social Workers VA/Metro DC 2022 Annual Conference held on March, 25th!

Congratulations to CSWJ Editorial Board member Dr. Alean Al-Krenawi, who has been chosen to speak at Israel's people of ...
03/18/2022
Israel to host conference celebrating 'people of the country'

Congratulations to CSWJ Editorial Board member Dr. Alean Al-Krenawi, who has been chosen to speak at Israel's people of the country conference. His presentation will focus on the psychosocial, educational, and economic impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on marginalized children and families in the Israeli society.

Annual conference of Ynet's sister outlet Yedioth Ahronoth set to be broadcasted live on TV on March 21st, and will host some Israel's brightest, most impressive people from fields of academia, culture, entertainment, sport, economy, and more

Dr. Melissa Grady, Editor in Chief Elect of the Clinical Social Work Journal, met with colleagues Paola Grandón-Zerega a...
03/18/2022

Dr. Melissa Grady, Editor in Chief Elect of the Clinical Social Work Journal, met with colleagues Paola Grandón-Zerega and Diego Reyes Barría from the Instituto Chileno de Trabajo Social Clínico/ Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work to brainstorm about how the journal and this organization can collaborate to promote social work within Latin American countries.

Ms. Grandón-Zerega will be joining the Editorial Board as part of this effort. We look forward to working together increasing attention to the needs and issues of clinical social workers and the work that they do within Latin America!

03/11/2022
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Call for Papers!CSWJ is seeking original manuscripts dedicated to advancing knowledge and clinical social work practice ...
03/11/2022
Clinical Social Work Journal

Call for Papers!

CSWJ is seeking original manuscripts dedicated to advancing knowledge and clinical social work practice on the topic of Child Welfare.

Deadline for submission of abstracts: May 31, 2022
Deadline for submission of manuscripts: September 30, 2022

For more information, please press below.

https://www.springer.com/journal/10615/updates/20206934

This special issue of the Clinical Social Work Journal seeks original manuscripts dedicated to advancing knowledge and clinical social work practice on the topic of Child Welfare: Current Realities and Future Possibilities in Clinical Social Work Practice. The attachment relationship between growing...

Special Issue From #CSWJ | A Transforming Field of Clinical Social Work: COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Lasting Impact – Part...
11/11/2021
Clinical Social Work Journal | Volume 49, issue 4

Special Issue From #CSWJ | A Transforming Field of Clinical Social Work: COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Lasting Impact – Part I, Clinical Social Work Journal; Vol 49, Issue 4 (December 2021) | Eds. Qingwen Xu & Charles Figley | http://ow.ly/pHf250GLxtg

Volume 49, issue 4 articles listing for Clinical Social Work Journal

June special issue of @CSWJournal focuses on the use of simulation in advancing clinical social work education and pract...
05/27/2021
Editorial: The Use of Simulation in Advancing Clinical Social Work Education and Practice

June special issue of @CSWJournal focuses on the use of simulation in advancing clinical social work education and practice! Read the introduction by guest editors Kenta Asakura & Marion Bogo here: http://ow.ly/hGQ150EWdZU

INTRODUCTION Published: 08 May 2021 Editorial: The Use of Simulation in Advancing Clinical Social Work Education and Practice Kenta Asakura1 & Marion Bogo2 Clinical Social Work Journal volume 49, pages 111–116 (2021)Cite this article 205 Accesses Metrics details Society’s commitment to the well-...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Using Simulation for Online Teaching and Learning of Clinical Social Work Pr...
05/07/2021
Guidelines for Using Simulation for Online Teaching and Learning of Clinical Social Work Practice in the Time of COVID

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Using Simulation for Online Teaching and Learning of Clinical Social Work Practice in the Time of COVID | http://ow.ly/eASe50EEUkD | #socialworkeducation #simulation

Due to COVID 19, Monash University’s Social Work Department moved all clinical practice skills teaching in the Master of Social Work (graduate entry level) fully online using synchronous audio-visual conferencing platform Zoom for the first time from March to June 2020. The innovations associated ...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Integrating Live Supervision in Simulation-Based Clinical Education: An Exam...
05/06/2021
Guidelines for Integrating Live Supervision in Simulation-Based Clinical Education: An Example for Teaching Motivational Interviewing

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Integrating Live Supervision in Simulation-Based Clinical Education: An Example for Teaching Motivational Interviewing | http://ow.ly/Gobe50EEUjf | #livesupervision #simulation

During the past 20 years, social work education has built a bridge between the classroom and field using client simulation to learn clinical skills. This paper outlines an innovative model of simulation that incorporates LS used to teach motivational interviewing (MI). In addition, guidelines with s...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Simulation-Based Continuing Education in Health Care Social Work: A Case Study of Clinical ...
05/05/2021
Simulation-Based Continuing Education in Health Care Social Work: A Case Study of Clinical Training Innovation

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Simulation-Based Continuing Education in Health Care Social Work: A Case Study of Clinical Training Innovation | http://ow.ly/xthM50EEUgN | #casedevelopment #healthcare #simulation

Health care social workers practice in a fast-paced, demanding work environment, and do not always have the opportunity to reflect meaningfully on their work or to practice new skills. This article describes an innovative program, the Partnership for Excellence in Social Work Practice in Health Care...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Using Evidence-Based Learning Theories to Guide the Development of Virtual Simulations | ht...
05/05/2021
Using Evidence-Based Learning Theories to Guide the Development of Virtual Simulations

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Using Evidence-Based Learning Theories to Guide the Development of Virtual Simulations | http://ow.ly/9JoB50EEUpx | #virtualreality #deliberatepractice #simulation

Technology-enhanced training such as virtual simulations can be effective only to the extent evidence-based principles of learning are integrated into their training platforms. Assuming skill acquisition is the target of training, programs should include time and space for repeated practice opportun...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Examining Cross-Cultural Child Welfare Practice Through Simulation-Based Education | http:/...
01/25/2021
Examining Cross-Cultural Child Welfare Practice Through Simulation-Based Education

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Examining Cross-Cultural Child Welfare Practice Through Simulation-Based Education
| http://ow.ly/lARb50Dhnb0 | #cross-cultural #childwelfare #simulation

Simulation-based learning is an emerging pedagogical approach in social work education that is expanding to specialized areas of practice. This research examines the intersection of cross-cultural practice and child maltreatment investigations. Thirty-one (N = 31) BSW and MSW social work student...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | “Making Sure We Are All Okay”: Healthcare Workers’ Strategies for Emotional Connectedness D...
01/21/2021
“Making Sure We Are All Okay”: Healthcare Workers’ Strategies for Emotional Connectedness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | “Making Sure We Are All Okay”: Healthcare Workers’ Strategies for Emotional Connectedness During the COVID-19 Pandemic | http://ow.ly/saIa50DeskG | #healthcareworkers #emotionalconnection

Healthcare workers have been on the front lines throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, treating affected patients and navigating overwhelmed healthcare systems. Emotional connection has been associated with resilient outcomes following collective trauma. This qualitative study examined how healthcare wor...

New Book From #Springer | Shared Trauma, Shared Resilience During a Pandemic | Edited by Carol Tosone & Foreword by Char...
12/16/2020
Shared Trauma, Shared Resilience During a Pandemic - Social Work in the Time of COVID-19 | Carol Tosone | Springer

New Book From #Springer | Shared Trauma, Shared Resilience During a Pandemic | Edited by Carol Tosone & Foreword by Charles R. Figley | #sharedtrauma #sharedresilience #pandemic #COVID-19 | http://ow.ly/WrXl50CNB6z

This book reflects on the collective wisdom and ongoing efforts of the social work profession that has been in the forefront of the global pandemic of COVID-19. It is an early and essential work on the impact of the pandemic on the social work field with useful practice wisdom for a broad audience.....

11/13/2020
Use of Simulation Methods in Social Work Research on Clinical Decision-Making

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Use of Simulation Methods in Social Work Research on Clinical Decision-Making | http://ow.ly/JYcP50CiLrt | #standardizedpatients #simulation

While simulation has become an increasingly sophisticated and standardized method of clinical teaching and performance assessment in social work, unlike other clinical and health care fields, it is not generally used in other areas of social work research. Yet, it has the potential to address challe...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Advancing Clinical Social Work Practice Through Articulating Practice Compet...
11/12/2020
Guidelines for Advancing Clinical Social Work Practice Through Articulating Practice Competencies: The Toronto Simulation Model

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Guidelines for Advancing Clinical Social Work Practice Through Articulating Practice Competencies: The Toronto Simulation Model | http://ow.ly/pr0650CiLhG | #competency #simulation

Knowledge for clinical social work practice is ever evolving and consists of underlying explanatory concepts, practice models, and intervention skills. Conceptualization and identification of competencies for practice provides a bridge from knowledge and understanding to actual skills needed in clin...

11/02/2020
The Precedent of Good Enough Therapy During Unprecedented Times

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | The Precedent of Good Enough Therapy During Unprecedented Times
| http://ow.ly/ujxZ50C5Aqr | #coronavirus #sharedtrauma

The unprecedented nature of the coronavirus pandemic and clinicians’ own concerns for safety and stability amidst collective uncertainty have threatened to undermine our ability to trust what we already know about our clients and how to help them. Rather than search for a novel solution, I suggest...

10/31/2020
Long-Term Effects of a Cult Childhood on Attachment, Intimacy, and Close Relationships: Results of an In-Depth Interview Study

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Long-Term Effects of a Cult Childhood on Attachment, Intimacy, and Close Relationships: Results of an In-Depth Interview Study | https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10615-020-00773-w | #childrenincults #attachment

Cults are religious organizations requiring total commitment and submission from their members. They form a highly controlling environment with rigid structures to suppress individuality. Being born and raised within a cultic community has a significant impact on the life course of those affected. E...

10/29/2020
In the Fertile Minefield: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities with Facilitating Self-development and Growth in the Intercultural and Interracial Clinical Treatment Dyad

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | In the Fertile Minefield: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities with Facilitating Self-development and Growth in the Intercultural and Interracial Clinical Treatment Dyad | http://ow.ly/4L4S50C5AdD | #self-development #integration

The “use of self” is a powerful tool that social workers rely upon to facilitate treatment growth for their clients. Yet, for many ethnic and racial minority clinicians, their self contains personal, psychological, social, and cultural aspects that they must acknowledge, examine and negotiate as...

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Using Simulation as an Investigative Methodology in Researching Competencies of Clinical So...
10/02/2020
Using Simulation as an Investigative Methodology in Researching Competencies of Clinical Social Work Practice: A Scoping Review

Recent Articles From #CSWJ | Using Simulation as an Investigative Methodology in Researching Competencies of Clinical Social Work Practice: A Scoping Review | http://ow.ly/xPfb50BHkdc | #scopingreview #simulation

This article reports a scoping review designed to synthesize current literature that used simulation as an investigative methodology (simulation-based research; SBR) in researching practice competencies in clinical social work. Following Arksey and O’Malley’s scoping review framework, 24 article...

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Clinical Associate Professor Nicholas Lanzieri; Associate Director of Educational Technology Henry Samelson; and NYU IT Teaching and Learning With Technology’s Elizabeth McAlpin and David Shilane report in Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ) on impact of a 360 VR simulation they designed to immerse MSW students in a typical New York City neighborhood in order to build students’ cultural understanding of the community and prepare them for community-based work. The pilot study found students who engaged with the VR environment has positive experiences and showed statistically significant learning gains between pre- and post-tests.
In a new paper in Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ), Clinical Assistant Professor Anne Dempsey and fellow Field Learning faculty Nicholas Lanzieri, Virge Luce, Cora de Leon, Juhi Malhotra, and Aminda Heckman share lessons from rapidly revising our Field education and placement processes last Spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss implications for social work Field education in the post-COVID future.
Register today to participate in the FREE October 6th NAGAP hosted Social Work Grad School Virtual Fair! This is a great way for potential students interested in learning more about earning a masters or doctorate in the field of Social Work to meet with admissions representatives from nearly 60 colleges and universities from across the nation - all from the comfort of their computer! It isn’t too late to register, so please feel free to share and repost!
NYU Silver Professor Michelle R. Munson and Wayne State University School of Social Work's Suzanne Brown, co-leads for the Grand Challenges for Social Work's Eradicate Social Isolation challenge, have edited a Special Issue of Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ) on Social Isolation Across the Lifespan. The issue addresses gaps in our understanding of the causes and consequences of social isolation and loneliness, and places our understanding of them within developmental and social justice frameworks.
In a new paper in Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ), DSW candidate Leslie Peña‑Sullivan highlights through a literature review and case example that the stress of adjusting to US culture, norms, and anti-immigrant policies and sentiment may be more pronounced for undocumented Latinx immigrants if they experienced traumatic events in their country of origin. It underscores the need for clinicians to conduct comprehensive, culturally competent trauma assessments with Latinx immigrants encompassing premigration, in-journey, and post-migration experiences.
The new Generations United e-newsletter highlights a recent Clinical Social Work Journal (CSWJ) paper on "Theoretical Orientations to Intergenerational Home Sharing" by Assistant Professor Ernest Gonzales with PhD student Cliff Whetung, MSW student Rachel Kruchten, and Generations United Executive Director Donna Butts. As Generations United Senior Fellow Irv Katz noted in the e-newsletter, the paper "'unpacks' theories in the area and highlights barriers and facilitators that could help scale these promising programs nationwide." Go to https://buff.ly/2XvhkjX to read the full item and access the paper.