Life changing events like a pandemic can impede clients’ progress. Learn how the MSW@USC is adapting coursework to prepare students for these situations.
Summer camps for kids in foster care can offer the chance to bond with others in similar situations and spend time with biological siblings.
Becoming a mental health advocate doesn’t have to be limited to health practitioners. Learn how to involve the whole community.
While living in poverty is a challenge no matter your age, older adults struggle with an array of issues unique to their phase of life.
Learn how helping professionals can manage their own mental health when working under stress.
How Virtual Skills Trainings Are Disrupting the Traditional Internship Experiences for Social Workers
Learn how USC’s Virtual Field Practicum is helping prepare online students with the practice skills they need to better serve their first clients.
Dr. Devon Brooks, Associate Professor at USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, talks about how prospective LGBTQ parents can prepare for adoption.
Mindfulness can be a useful tool to help address cravings and triggers for people in recovery for substance misuse.
For college students who experienced foster care, breaks during the school year can leave them without stable housing.
Whether you’ve recently graduated with your Master of Social Work (MSW) degree and are looking for your first social work job or you’ve spent years in the field and are seeking a change, interview skills are an essential piece of the puzzle.