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    Co worker gave me her second hand rose petals. Lol. I’d show em all but #confidentiality.  (at Agave Coffee & Café)

    Co worker gave me her second hand rose petals. Lol. I’d show em all but #confidentiality. (at Agave Coffee & Café)

     
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    #longhair #dontcare (at IB Forum Sports Bar & Grill)

    #longhair #dontcare (at IB Forum Sports Bar & Grill)

     
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    La prima me peino

    La prima me peino

     
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    itsstuckyinmyhead:

    Best Tumblr Responses 

     
  5. 17:48 18th Oct 2014

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    (Source: diamoncls)

     
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    captainfluffatun:

plasticbagvevo:

backtoabettertime:

can someone make a picture that says selena slowmez with her face on a yellow light



I am pretty high right now and that is the moat hilarious thing I have hearf

    captainfluffatun:

    plasticbagvevo:

    backtoabettertime:

    can someone make a picture that says selena slowmez with her face on a yellow light

    I am pretty high right now and that is the moat hilarious thing I have hearf

     
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    12 hour day with bad photography #crosseyed #alreadyinbed (at IB Forum Sports Bar & Grill)

    12 hour day with bad photography #crosseyed #alreadyinbed (at IB Forum Sports Bar & Grill)

     
  8. 14:12 14th Oct 2014

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    This place is like way too cute and hipster for its own good.  (at Agave Coffee & Café)

    This place is like way too cute and hipster for its own good. (at Agave Coffee & Café)

     
  9. 10:06 13th Oct 2014

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    When I think about becoming a supervisor

     
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    socialworkmemes:

active-rva:

There’s no good reason to celebrate this man. 


Let’s celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving or Japanese Health and Sports Day instead.

    socialworkmemes:

    active-rva:

    There’s no good reason to celebrate this man. 

    Let’s celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving or Japanese Health and Sports Day instead.

     
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    socialworkmemes:

    uhcasticl:

    three words for you: treat. yo. self.

    it is treat yo self 2014, i hope you all have an amazing day.

    October 13th is also Treat Yo Self Day.

    Don’t forget the Self-Care, now and future Social Workers!

     
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    socialworkmemes:

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    socialworkmemes:

    Source: unknown.

     
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    Bringing another social worker on a potentially unsafe home visit with you:

     
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    aspiesocialworker:

I did not make this, but this spoke to me in that I have not been doing the self-care very much lately. I’m go a go find that seal.

    aspiesocialworker:

    I did not make this, but this spoke to me in that I have not been doing the self-care very much lately. I’m go a go find that seal.

     
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    traumasocialworker:

Control is something that comes up often during my sessions. Survivors have had their power taken away from them in the worst ways, and regaining control in their life can be difficult. It’s even harder for teenagers, who already have little control in their lives as it is. When clients tell me how they are feeling overwhelmed due to feeling like they have little control in their lives, I have the create “Control Circles”.
On a sheet of paper I have the client draw a small circle, and a bigger circle around it. In the center circle, I have them write all the things they can control (sometimes they may need help this section; if they are having difficulty, ask them if they can control what they eat, what they wear, how they handle their feelings, how they treat others, etc.). On the outside circle, I have them write things that they can’t control in their lives (try to gently direct them to keep it more on an individual level of things that affect them, otherwise they may have a pretty big list of things that may not actually be currently affecting them, such as war).
Most of the time people will list more things they can control than they can’t. In this case, this activity is a great tool to help them keep things in perspective. Remind them that although they may feel overwhelmed by the things they can’t control, they still have more power in their life than they realize. If a person lists more things out of their control than in their control, use it as an opportunity to assist them in exploring what they could do or change to help them feel more in control (i.e. setting boundaries, time management, cooking, etc.).
I have found this to be useful for working with both teens and adults. Idea inspired from The Creative Counselor

    traumasocialworker:

    Control is something that comes up often during my sessions. Survivors have had their power taken away from them in the worst ways, and regaining control in their life can be difficult. It’s even harder for teenagers, who already have little control in their lives as it is. When clients tell me how they are feeling overwhelmed due to feeling like they have little control in their lives, I have the create “Control Circles”.

    On a sheet of paper I have the client draw a small circle, and a bigger circle around it. In the center circle, I have them write all the things they can control (sometimes they may need help this section; if they are having difficulty, ask them if they can control what they eat, what they wear, how they handle their feelings, how they treat others, etc.). On the outside circle, I have them write things that they can’t control in their lives (try to gently direct them to keep it more on an individual level of things that affect them, otherwise they may have a pretty big list of things that may not actually be currently affecting them, such as war).

    Most of the time people will list more things they can control than they can’t. In this case, this activity is a great tool to help them keep things in perspective. Remind them that although they may feel overwhelmed by the things they can’t control, they still have more power in their life than they realize. If a person lists more things out of their control than in their control, use it as an opportunity to assist them in exploring what they could do or change to help them feel more in control (i.e. setting boundaries, time management, cooking, etc.).

    I have found this to be useful for working with both teens and adults. Idea inspired from The Creative Counselor