Posts tagged lcsw

Why I Love Being A Social Worker

Why I Love Being a Social Worker. Celebrating Social Work Month 2018

Celebrating Social Workers March is Social Work Month – an opportunity to celebrate and honor social workers and the important work they do. The Social Work Month theme for 2018 is Social Workers: Leaders. Advocates. Champions. According to the National Association of Social Workers, “Every day the nation’s 650,000 social workers act as advocates, champions, […]

Are You Anxious About Blogging?

Are You Anxious About Blogging?

  Are you anxious about blogging? A lot of therapists feel anxious about blogging. It can be a bit intimidating when you’re first getting started, but I assure you that you can overcome your blog writing anxiety. Do you wonder if you’re a good writer? Do you hesitate every time you go to push publish? […]

Use Pinterest to Increase Website Traffic to Build Your Private Practice

Use Pinterest to Increase Website Traffic to Build Your Private Practice

It’s easy to use Pinterest to increase website traffic. Pinterest can be an effective way for therapists to gain visibility and increase visitors to their websites. In fact, Pinterest is the biggest referrer to my therapy website. Create images Last week, I gave you some tips on creating pin-worthy images. Creating eye-catching images is key […]

Reflections on 2015 and Setting Goals

Reflections on 2015 and Setting Goals

Hello and happy new year! First, I apologize for the lack of posts over the last few months. I have been busy writing a new blog for PsychCentral called Happily Imperfect, articles for The Good Men Project, and for my counseling blog. As you can see, I’ve been busy writing! One of the things I realized […]

Is Pursing a Social Work License Worth it?

Is Pursuing a Social Work License (LCSW) Worth It? By Sharon Martin, LCSW   After finishing graduate school, you might be wondering if it’s really worthwhile to pursue a social work license. In California, this license is the LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker). And the answer is a resounding “yes”. There is no question in my […]