Stephanie Smiley, Touro Graduate School of Social Work ’22, Saves a Struggling High School by Helping Students and Community Believe in Themselves
Graduating Class Welcomed to the Profession at Annual Awards and Recognition Ceremony
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Join us in-person at Touro University Graduate School of Social Work for a CE Course on Maintaining Professional Boundaries: Ethical Obligations of Social Work on June 22, 2023 from 3:30PM-7PM. This course will be facilitated by Kathryn Krase, PhD, JD, MSW. * * * To register, click link in bio.
Bracha Gewirtz, a student at the Graduate School of Social Work (L), participated recently in a panel discussion at a Grad Fair held at Lander College for Women-The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School. Gewirtz took questions from interested LCW students about the GSSW’s program along with Miriam Turk, GSSW Outreach Liaison & Recruitment Director, Jewish Community. “It was great to meet the students and discuss with them how the GSSW program is the perfect choice for aspiring social workers, and how the program can be tailored to fit their individual needs as both a student and a professional!”
On Sunday, February 26th Touro social work alumni attended a mental health debate at the Young Israel of Lawrence where they discussed the importance of therapy, therapy versus coaching, the cost of therapy, the importance of therapists going to therapy, countertransference, and many other questions. Eli Weinreb, an alum of the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work, Class of 2021 received an award for his innovative approaches and techniques in the mental health field that he has implemented and that impact people in the Jewish (mental health) community. Pictured is Eli with debate moderator Malya Feivelson. Congratulations Eli!