Racial Justice: Moving From Macro to Micro and Back Again by Melinda Hohman, Ph.D.

I always find myself amused when writing or talking about macro social work, as I am definitely more of a micro kind of person, having studied, taught, and researched Motivational Interviewing (MI) (an interpersonal communication method) for the past 15 or so years. ┬áBecoming the Director of the School of Social Work has certainly moved […]

The Importance of Ethics in Social Work by Gregory Achen

Ethics are a critical component to any profession, but I would argue they are especially important to professions rooted in health and human services. As an undergraduate social work student, the NASW Code of Ethics has played a crucial role in how I look at issues and how I would go about working with clients. […]