Resilience and Social Work | Supporting emotional resilience within social workers

What is emotional resilience?
Emotional resilience relates to an individual’s ability to manage environmental difficulties, demands and high pressure. It is the ability to withstand and rebound from disruptive life challenges, emerging strengthened and more resourceful (Walsh, 2008). Continue reading Resilience and Social Work | Supporting emotional resilience within social workers

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Invitation to present the articles on the occasion of global month of social work in 2017

According to the mission of Iranian social workers website, for implementation of various media projects related to the social work with a focus on various global specialized topics, meets every year and on the occasion of global month of social work in 2017, Continue reading Invitation to present the articles on the occasion of global month of social work in 2017

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Social resilience, social stability and social work

Identify and redefine the social component of resilience is more essential for social workers. Social resilience and social sustainability are synonymous. The originality of these two categories is somehow associated with maintaining the status in fact the real mission of social works, which is contrary to social change. In your opinion, how can social resilience and the goals and policies of social work to empower real human societies will fit properly?

J. Teleschi Yekta | Social worker

 

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Social ties- resiliency and social sustainability

Problem solving and meeting the diverse and multiple needs of society, without damaging the opportunities and chances of future generations, are significant factors in protection and sustainability of social assets. Continue reading Social ties- resiliency and social sustainability

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