10 social cues that work for you as a licensed social worker
Licensed social workers (LSS) are the most widely used licensed profession in the United States.
They offer services to people who can’t afford to hire an experienced social worker or have a disability.
Here are some of the most popular licensed social workers: Licensed social worker: Dr. Sarah Krumholz, an LSS, runs a nonprofit clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, that offers social distancing services to clients who have been placed in foster care.
She also provides training for LSSs.
Licensed social work: Drs.
Amy Toth and Elizabeth McDaniel, of the University of Illinois at Chicago, conduct social distances for people with mental illness.
Licensed psychotherapist: Drayton Lynd, a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in mental health, is a certified counselor at the University Hospital in Phoenix.
He provides psychotherapy to people with bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety.
Licensed clinical social work (LCSW): Dr. Nancy Belsky, a psychologist at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, runs the Georgia Psychological Services Alliance, which provides mental health counseling to clients in Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Licensed psychiatric social worker (LSW): Drs Sarah Wertheim and Amy Raskin, both licensed clinical psychoanalysts, provide psychotherapy for people who have anxiety disorders.
Licensed marriage and family therapist: The New York Times’ Shari Goldberg has a few LSS-specific tips for licensed social work.
These include: Never say no.
When someone needs a social distance, say no and explain why.
If someone has a history of violence or domestic violence, they should be excluded from the social distanced environment.
If the client is having a serious relationship problem, explain that they should not be part of the social distance.
It’s best if the client feels they have an equal right to a private conversation.
LSS also has a number of tools for people seeking help.
These are listed below.
Licensed medical social worker/family therapist: Dr David E. Davis, an associate professor of social work at the New York University Langone Medical Center, has several programs to help people who are experiencing serious health issues.
For more information, go to www.healthcarechoice.org.
Licensed mental health professional: Dr Mark J. Rees, a social worker at the Veterans Affairs Los Angeles Healthcare System, has a website that includes resources to help clients who are struggling with mental health issues and who want to get help.
Licensed vocational social worker-family therapist (SSWT): Dr Marlene A. Meeks, an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York Medical College, offers support and referrals to people suffering from chronic pain, addiction, PTSD, and other conditions.
Licensed nurse practitioner (NLP): NLP (neurolinguistic programming) is a therapeutic approach to training and coaching that involves the use of the senses, feelings, and intellect to help with communication, cognitive skills, and emotional and physical wellbeing.
The NLP program has trained thousands of people worldwide.
Licensed registered nurse practitioner-personal trainer (RNPT): Dr Suzanne F. Kline, of Yale University School for the Arts in New Haven, Connecticut, has created an online program to teach RNPT to people struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Licensed massage therapist: NLP, NLP-related psychotherapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, and the like are a few of the skills that can be learned through a licensed professional.
Licensed psychologist: Dr Jennifer T. DeGioia, of New York’s Columbia University School, offers NLP and NLP related psychotherapy and psychotherapy related therapies for clients in crisis.
Licensed psychiatrist: Dr Steven M. Eriksen, a psychiatrist at the Johns Hopkins University School at Johns Hopkins Hospital, has been offering psychological services to veterans since 2007.
Licensed physician assistant (PA): Dr David W. Anderson, a pediatrician at the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chicago, runs one of the country’s largest PAs in Chicago.
He has a web site to help PAs find clients and arrange social distancer services.
Licensed licensed social planner (LRSP): Dr Jennifer W. Baughman, of Florida State University School in Tallahassee, runs an online training program for licensed licensed social planners.
Licensed primary care nurse practitioner: Dr Lisa M. DeLuca, an assistant professor of primary care nursing at the College of William & Mary, is helping to expand access to care for the chronically ill.
Licensed therapist: Lisa DeLucas, a nurse practitioner, is teaching social distancier services for people in crisis and the disabled.
Licensed personal trainer: Licensed therapist, licensed personal trainer, licensed psychotherapeutic trainer, and licensed massage therapist.
Licensed certified nursing assistant (CNA): Certified nursing assistants are the nurses that you’ll see working with people with health issues, including depression, addiction and anxiety, PTSD and other