The Social Work Stories Podcast
Touching Base - An update from the Social Work Stories Team

Touching Base - An update from the Social Work Stories Team

September 22, 2020

Join your hosts Mim & Lis as they share an update from the Social Work Stories team. There are comings and going, plans and changes, and a lot of news to update you on. 

Do you have thoughts, want to contribute a story or question for the team, or just say hello? Send us an email on socialworkstoriespodcast@gmail.com - we'd love to hear from you!

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Credits:

Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox.

Producer - Justin Stech.

Assistant Producers - Hamish Cole, Noni Reginato and Felix Kiefel-Johnson.

Music - 'Mama' by Ben Grace (copyright 2018). Find on Spotify, or at www.bengracemusic.com

 

Contact us online at www.socialworkstories.com, follow our facebook page or use the handle @SOWKStoriesPod on twitter or instagram.

The Hip Hop Social Worker vs Social Work Stories

The Hip Hop Social Worker vs Social Work Stories

September 8, 2020

An exciting conversation with fellow social work podcaster Christopher Scott (a.k.a The Hip Hop Social Worker). We hope you enjoy this fusion of social work podcasts and that it sparks some interesting thoughts for you along the way.

CREDITS:

Hosts - Dr Mim Fox, Christopher Scott, and Ben Joseph.

Producers - Justin Stech and Lis Murphy.

Assistant Producers - Noni Reginato and Hamish Cole.

Music - 'Mama' by Ben Grace (find on Spotify)

Social Work with Teenage Boys: The teachable moments.

Social Work with Teenage Boys: The teachable moments.

August 18, 2020

We have another group work practice story this week! Join Mim and Lis as they listen to the amazing story from this anonymous social worker doing fantastic work in the field of adolescence, masculinity and growing up.

Credits:

Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox.

Producers - Ben Joseph and Justin Stech.

Assistant Producers - Hamish Cole and Noni Reginato.

Music - 'Mama' by Ben Grace (copyright 2018). Find on Spotify, or wherever you listen to good music.

 

Contact us online at www.socialworkstories.com or use the handle @SOWKStoriesPod on twitter or insta.

When a baby dies: Conversations in birth and death, companioning and memory making.

When a baby dies: Conversations in birth and death, companioning and memory making.

August 4, 2020

A special episode that explores a difficult experience.

 

Join Lis and Noni (and Mim) as they tell a story about one of the most awful experiences imaginable. 

 

Credits:

Hosts - Lis Murphy, Noni Reginato, and Mim Fox.

Producers - Ben Joseph and Justin Stech.

Assistant Producers - Hamish Cole and Noni Reginato.

Music - 'Mama' by Ben Grace (copyright 2018). Find on Spotify, or wherever you listen to good music.

 

Contact us online at www.socialworkstories.com or use the handle @SOWKStoriesPod on twitter or insta.

Social Work in Prison: Sounds interesting.

Social Work in Prison: Sounds interesting.

July 21, 2020

There's a loop at play here in this social work story. Can you pick it?

 

Join Lis and Mim as they listen to the story of this episode's anonymous social worker. Make sure you stay right till the end to catch the amazing music this SW has composed. We hope you enjoy!

 

CREDITS:

 

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

 

Music:

 

"Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

 

"PTSD: Dissociation" from Mind/Electric: Music Inspired by Mental Illness (album) by Alexandra Pajak (Copyright 2019). Available on Spotify.

 

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web - socialworkstories.com

Aged Care Social Work: Far beyond just another case study.

Aged Care Social Work: Far beyond just another case study.

July 7, 2020

This week your anonymous social worker tells you the story of her time working alongside Brian. This is a moving, heartwarming, and compelling tale of a social worker going far and beyond the scope of her role, but also shining a light for all other social workers to follow. And so, the social work stories team is proud to present:

Aged Care Social Work: Far beyond just another case study.

We hope you enjoy!

CREDITS:

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

Music - "Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web - socialworkstories.com

Social Work with Families of Missing Persons: Learning to Live Alongside Loss

Social Work with Families of Missing Persons: Learning to Live Alongside Loss

June 23, 2020

Connect with this story from a passionate Social Worker who supports families of missing persons, as they face unresolved loss and learn to tolerate the unknown. Join along with Mim and Lis as they reflect on this emotional story and share their own critical reflection.

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

Music - "Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web - socialworkstories.com

 
 
Social Work and COVID-19: Hospital Social Work in Nigeria

Social Work and COVID-19: Hospital Social Work in Nigeria

June 10, 2020

Join Mim and Lis as they introduce a hospital social worker in Nigeria, who discusses the response he and his team have delivered in the era of COVID-19, from patient support to contact tracing.

We love the opportunity to hear from social workers around the world, in different contexts and practice settings. A big thanks to this social worker for taking the time to share his experiences with us!
If you have a story to share from your practice, please get in touch - we would love to hear from you!

 

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

Music - "Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web - socialworkstories.com

Trauma, Trafficking & Homelessness: A Social Work Resettlement Story

Trauma, Trafficking & Homelessness: A Social Work Resettlement Story

May 26, 2020

Listen to this compelling story shared by a social worker who works in a unique and challenging environment, helping to bring healing and support to people who have experienced trafficking.

Join along with Mim and Lis as they reflect on this story and share their own critical reflection.

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

Music - "Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web - socialworkstories.com

Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Social Work: Stories from Nauru - How could we let this happen?

Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Social Work: Stories from Nauru - How could we let this happen?

May 12, 2020

This episode features an interview with Mark Isaacs, author of landmark books such as The Undesirables - Inside Nauru, and The Kabul Peace House, as we hear about his first-hand experience working in Australia's offshore detention centre in Nauru, and subsequent work as a whistle-blower and advocate for refugee rights.

Join Lis and Mim as they process this confronting story and explore the challenges of ethical practice in such an intense environment.

Mark's books and other work can be found through his website, www.markjisaacs.com

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains detailed descriptions of suicide attempts.

Hosts - Mim Fox & Lis Murphy.

Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech.

Music - "Mama" by Ben Grace (Copyright 2018). Find song in-full on iTunes or Spotify.

You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @SOWKStoriesPod, and can hear more of our episodes by subscribing to the Social Work Stories Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And as always, you can find us at our home on the web, socialworkstories.com

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