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Submissions from 2018

Domestic abuse treatment perspective that builds client voice and skills in a court-ordered environment., Michael Chovanec

Transforming men who batter into men who matter: Building empathy in domestic abuse., Michael Chovanec

Transforming men who batter into men who matter: Building empathy in treatment., Michael Chovanec

Work with men in domestic abuse treatment., Michael Chovanec

Embodied clinical supervision: Listening, presence and resilience., Stacy Husebo

Listening as a revolutionary act of love., Stacy Husebo and A. Schuette

Organizing for the social., Lisa Kiesel, L. R. Abdill, and L. T. Peterson

Equity in social work., Lisa Kiesel, S. Dezelar, and E. Lightfoot

Case studies of mental health professionals: Conducting groups using the Si, Yo Puedo empowerment program with immigrant Latinas., Catherine Marrs Fuchsel

Working with university stake-holders: Exploring best practices and standards for social work distance learning programs., Catherine Marrs Fuchsel, K. Chigbu, and H. Xiong

Best practices in supervision., Lisa Richardson

Change makers: Students address food insecurity in field placements., Lisa Richardson

Recalibration: Deepening the work., Lisa Richardson

What we're reading/lifelong learning., Lisa Richardson

Experiences of two generations of Hmong in work and school., Pa Der Vang

The Minnesota Hmong social workers’ coalition: A model for recruiting, supporting, and mentoring Hmong social work students, professionals, and community leaders., Pa Der Vang, K. N. Moua, and C. Yang