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  • Our first episode of 2023 starts off with an incredible story of a Mental Health Social Worker in a Hospital Emergency Department. We hear about a patient who comes in needing support, and how the social worker makes quick decisions about his approach towards her needs. We hear a rich internal-dialogue of a skilled clinician going about their work, providing dignity, person-centred care, and a holistic approach in his practice. Mim and Lis then discuss the story, their own experiences, and a few key approaches for us to take away from this practice piece.

    A transcript for this episode can be found on this episode's page of our website.

    Be sure to check out the latest episode of our sister podcast Social Work Discoveries!

    We'd love for you to join the conversation on this, so make sure you reach out to us on the socials (see links below), or otherwise on email at [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Assistant Producer - Felix Kiefel-Johnson

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 31 January, 2023)

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  • It's the end of another year, and to mark this space together, Lis and Mim sit down to have a conversation together about sharing stories in the supervision space. Our hope is to offer a different idea about the use of narrative reflection can bring a new richness into supervision, and can create a fresh value in this space.

    In the midst of the holidays, busyness and newness of a fresh year, we hope this brief conversation and a few moments of reflection are enjoyable and engaging for you.

    From the SWS team to you, happy holidays, and may 2023 be a year of joy for you!

    We'd love for you to join the conversation on this, so make sure you reach out to us on the socials (see links below), or otherwise on email at [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 27 December, 2022)

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  • A very special episode of Social Work Stories - a recording from our very first LIVE SHOW!

    As part of the ANZSWWER Symposium in early November, the team hosted a recording session of the podcast in front of a live audience, and we had such a great time. We're so excited to share this with you, and hope it's the first of many.

    Join Lis, Mim, and a live audience as we hear from an anonymous social worker, who is an accredited Mental Health Social Worker, and who shares a story from a therapeutic space with a child, in context of regular visits to the home to carry out her work. Listen to the theories and principles that are interwoven into the work this social worker carries out, and try to keep count of just how many you hear mentioned! This is an excellent story for anyone working with children, families, in a therapeutic space, or really any person-focused role! As always, Mim and Lis then discuss the practice story and delve into what was happening beyond the spoken words of the social worker.

    Following the episode recording, we also had our Producers Ben and Justin join Mim and Lis on stage for a Q&A session. If you're keen to hear the recording from this Q&A, where we answer questions about why we podcast, our experiences, and many other interesting topics, drop us a line to let us know you'd like to see it in the podcast feed!

    We'd love for you to join the conversation, so make sure you reach out to us on the socials (see links below), or otherwise on email at [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 29 November, 2022)

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  • Ever heard from a social worker with an ongoing position in a school before?

    How about a social work student with an intensive field placement in a school?

    In this episode Mim & Lis sit down with Professor Myfanwy Maple of the University of New England (Australia) to talk through what might come from the opportunity of having social workers and social work field placements in schools. Enjoy the chat and expand your thinking as you listen along to this fantastic episode. We absolutely loved it.

    You can find out more about Myf's work in this space through the following link:

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Myfanwy-Maple/publications

    We'd love for you to join the conversation on this, so make sure you reach out to us on the socials (see links below), or otherwise on email at [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 25 October, 2022)

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  • Join Mim and Lis as we listen to a story about narrative therapy, disenfranchised grief, and intensive work with mothers whose children have been removed. Hear about the importance of documenting people’s stories, working for justice, and navigating the politics of storytelling. Mim and Lis share their thoughts and reflections about this unique and fascinating practice space.

    We also put a call out to social workers doing this type of intensive outreach work - we’d love to hear from you! Please send us an email or reach out via social media.

    Articles mentioned in this episode:

    Flaskas

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1467-6427.2007.00381.x

    Denborough

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gXnye6fbgfXmS-3d8_uwhTmfqo45-_2k/view?usp=drivesdk

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 27 September, 2022)

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  • Join Mim and Lis as they sit down with Jo McIlveen for an in-depth conversation about social work in the bereavement space. Jo discusses companioning in end of life care, and brings in her extensive knowledge of research in the death & dying space that informs her practice in this area. Lis and Mim also share their own experience in this space, providing a rich discussion which will no-doubt bring a new lens to this topic area.

    This conversation is oriented as an educational piece, aimed at equipping both practitioners and students alike. The discussion is both deep and approachable, and will be perfect for your next journal club, reading group, or other learning spaces. We'd love if you would reach out and let us know how you use it!If you want to connect more with Jo, you can follow her on Twitter.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech and Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 30 August, 2022)

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  • You're on the ward, it's late at night, and your job is to assess the patient's belongings as part of hospital protocol. You open up a container that you find in the person's bag, and there staring back at you is a large, hairy, creepy spider... This story is sure to have you listening with keen ears to find out how it is that social workers can find even the smallest moments to practice respect for persons, offering dignity, trust, and a sense of control.

    Join Mim & Lis once again as they listen to this tale, and learn some fantastic lessons along the way on how to stand up to systems of power from the micro to the macro.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech & Dr. Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 26 July 2022)

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  • Join Mim and Lis as we explore a harrowing story from a hospital social worker who was on the front lines of Covid-19 work, supporting families in a dedicated Covid ward. Listen as she shares her experience throughout wave-after-wave of variants, and the way this shaped the work she carried out. Remember to breathe as you listen - it could be easy to hold your breath as this practice story unfolds, feeling the deep emotion of the loss of life, the weight of the journey, and the way a team of hospital professionals pull together to bring meaning and care in the last hours of their patient's life. After the story, Mim and Lis unpack things further, exploring the impact of burnout over a long pandemic, the poignant moments throughout, and even a few interesting concepts discovered, such as 'reverse memory-making'.

    As mentioned in the episode, have a listen to Episode 46, "Professional Grief and the Wilderness of the Soul" to hear a story with similarly deep, practice-rich themes.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech & Ben Joseph

    Social Media Coordinator - Maddison Stratten

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 28 June 2022)

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  • Share some time with Mim & Lis as we listen to a piece by Julaine Allan together. Julaine talks about her work in the Drug and Alcohol space, focusing on the power of Narrative Therapy, the importance of language, and the value of holding other perspectives in social work practice. Julaine shares wisdom and stories from her practice in an approachable and compelling segment. Mim and Lis discuss their thoughts and reflections, drawing on their own practice-backgrounds to explore the themes Julaine laid out for us.

    As mentioned in the episode, you can read more about Julaine's work here.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 21 May 2022)

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  • Death and dying... how do you prepare for the end of life?

    Join Mim & Lis as we listen to a long-view story of death in a hospital. We explore what the social worker does over the course of two admissions, firstly helping to facilitate conversations with the elderly patient and his family members about what a good death looks like; and secondly exploring the actual end-of-life journey. This is a fantastic and compelling story told by a very experienced social worker - there are many practice lessons to be learned no matter what area of social work you happen to be in.

    After the story, Mim and Lis break down some of the bigger picture ideas and thoughts from their own experience. We discuss the role of a hospital social worker in the death space, and how we can take steps in our personal life to help us prepare to walk alongside families as they say goodbye to their loved ones.

    As mentioned in the episode, you can read more about the work of Dr Alan Wolfelt here.

    You can also explore the End of Life planning kits on the NSW Health website.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

    Editing - Dave Scilly

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 26 April 2022)

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  • Have you ever thought about going into private practice social work? Are you already working in this space? Have you never even considered it?

    Join Mim & Lis as they have a conversation with Dr. Josie McSkimming, a clinical social worker and author, exploring her experience of engaging in therapeutic relationships in the midst of a pandemic. Josie shares the way she sustains herself in her practice, how she builds boundaries to support herself and her clients, and her gained wisdom for those wanting to enter the private practice space. We also discuss the emotional balance of in-the-room vs over-Zoom, the challenges of poor WiFi connections, and how a pandemic changes the whole dynamic of therapy.

    Whether you're in the private practice space, aspiring to work in this space in the future, or not thinking of this area of social work practice at all, we think most everyone will find helpful reflection and useful pieces of this episode to take with them.

    You can connect with Dr. Josie McSkimming on Twitter.

    *Your producer would also like to note a small correction to something mentioned in the episode: Lis claims her parents are the "Number 1 Fans", while empirical evidence shows that this title actually belongs to Judith K. We apologise for any misunderstandings and welcome all Number 1 Fans to the podcast.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 29 March 2022)

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  • A heart-wrenching story shared by your anonymous social worker. A four year old girl dies in the Emergency Department and you are the social worker supporting the family. What do you say? What do you do?

    Listen along with Mim & Lis as we bear witness and honour the life lost, the family's grief, and the support of this social worker in the worst of scenarios.

    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox.

    Producers - Ben Joseph & Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 29 October 2019; 22 February 2022)

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

  • Join us as we revisit Episode 1 of the Social Work Stories Podcast. It's a special time as we recently crossed three years creating this podcast, and thought we would share our thoughts and reflections on the way we've grown, changed, and also stayed the same as we have build the SWS community.

    CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussion of the death of a young child. If this subject is likely to cause you distress, please choose another episode from our podcast feed.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

    Follow our Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/SocialWorkStoriesPodcast

    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy & Mim Fox

    Producers - Justin Stech & Ben Joseph

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 27 December 2021)

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  • As you discovered in parts 1 and 2 of the SEED series, we've been working on something BIG and we're so excited to share the third and final chapter with you!

    Join Mim and Lis as we find out what SEED is, how it was developed, and why it made such a difference for a small community hospital on the South Coast of NSW. Learn what #kindnessworkshere means, hear harrowing first-hand experiences of the Black Summer bushfires, and experience community development in action as the staff of this hospital come together to create something new.

    We think this is a model of recovery and community development that will challenge and inspire, no matter what context you're based in.

    This is episode 3 of 3. Please listen to Parts 1 and 2 before enjoying this episode - make sure you're subscribed in your podcast app of choice so you never miss an episode. in the future

    Have any reflections after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 14 December 2021)

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  • As you discovered in part 1 of the SEED series, we've been working on something BIG and we're so excited to share the next chapter with you!

    Join Mim and Lis as we find out what SEED is, how it was developed, and why it made such a difference for a small community hospital on the South Coast of NSW. Learn what #kindnessworkshere means, hear harrowing first-hand experiences of the Black Summer bushfires, and experience community development in action as the staff of this hospital come together to create something new.

    We think this is a model of recovery and community development that will challenge and inspire, no matter what context you're based in.

    This is episode 2 of 3. Please listen to Part 1 before enjoying this episode, and keep an eye out for the final chapter, Part 3 which will release in one week - make sure you're subscribed in your podcast app of choice so you never miss an episode.

    Have any reflections after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

    Follow our Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/SocialWorkStoriesPodcast

    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 07 December 2021)

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  • We've been working on something BIG and we're so excited to share it with you! Social Work Stories are bringing a special series of episodes exploring the SEED Program, and we're so excited for you to hear all about it.

    Join Mim and Lis as we find out what SEED is, how it was developed, and why it made such a difference for a small community hospital on the South Coast of NSW. Learn what #kindnessworkshere means, hear harrowing first-hand experiences of the Black Summer bushfires, and experience community development in action as the staff of this hospital come together to create something new.

    We think this is a model of recovery and community development that will challenge and inspire, no matter what context you're based in.

    This is episode 1 of 3. Parts 2 and 3 will be released in the coming two weeks - make sure you're subscribed in your podcast app of choice so you never miss an episode.

    Have any reflections after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 30 November 2021)

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  • Ubuntu - I Am Because We Are. It was the theme of World Social Work Day in 2021, and we thought we would take some time to unpack what it means and where it comes from.

    Join Mim and Lis as we hear from two social workers who hail from Zimbabwe, who share their own perspectives of Ubuntu and how the concept developed across the continent of Africa - as well as a gripping story from the field.

    Hearing from a diverse range of perspectives across the global Social Work community is so important to us, and Ubuntu captures the essence of that value. Have a listen and let us know what you think!

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 26 October 2021)

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  • Sometimes you have to take a deep breath, prepare yourself for whatever's behind that door, and knock. Join Mim and Lis as we hear a story from a Community Aged Care setting, about a social worker who's making an initial home visit for an elder man in the community. Safe to say, things don't go according to plan! Hear how this social worker problem-solves with the client at the centre, and ultimately how she supports him to get the help he needs. Mim and Lis break down the story and discuss some of the issues in the aged care sector. This is a great practice story and we're sure you'll be putting new ideas into your practice kit as you listen.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 28 September 2021)

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  • Self-care is not a weekly yoga class or a glass of shiraz. Join Mim and Lis for a bit of a different episode, where we share our own stories & experiences of burnout, and discuss how burnout and self-care sit within modern social work practice.

    A few resources mentioned in this episode:

    Self-Care: An Imperative, J. “Jay” Miller and Erlene Grise-Owens, Social Work Volume 65, Number 1 January 2020Social Work Podcast – Self-care and Cultural Humility in the 2021 NASW Code of Ethics: Interview with Allan Barsky, MSW Ph.D.Brene Brown’s Interview with Amelia and Emily Nagoski on completing the stress cycle

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 31 August 2021)

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  • Join Lis and Mim as we listen to a riveting story from an Emergency Department Social Worker, who tells the story of working with a patient who's partner is using violence in the home. This social worker opens the door to us with each step of the process, from referral, information gathering, strategising and working directly with this woman to wrap her with support. This incredible access will be valuable for listeners no matter your context.

    Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on [email protected] - we'd love to hear from you!

    As mentioned in the episode, here's a link to the NSW Health Domestic Violence Policy: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/parvan/DV/Publications/procedures-dom-violence.pdf

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    Credits:

    Hosts - Lis Murphy and Mim Fox

    Producer - Justin Stech

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

    Social Work Stories©️ (Copyright 27 July 2021)

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