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Episode 158 - Dr. Danilea Werner: Social Workers' Preparedness for School and Community Crisis
Monday, January 05, 2015, 7:45:51 AM
In this episode, our guest Dr. Danilea Werner argues that social workers, especially those who work in school settings, are on he front line of response to school and community crisis events. She discusses her research with school social workers, examining their perceptions of their own and their district's preparedness for crisis events. Dr. Werner recommends how school social workers can increase their own preparedness and their confidence in their district colleagues' ability to respond effectively.
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