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
Sattareh Farmanfarmaian who had received her degree in social work from UCLA brought the new policies in Social Work to Iran in 1958 after she was experienced enough as a social worker and social services officer in UN and established the first Social Work school in Iran. Continue reading Brief history of social working in Iran
Social workers are considered a professional group at high risk of burnout. Noticing the insufficient human resource management and understaffed social work centers, Iranian social workers are faced with a considerable level of physical and mental stress, which can lead to burnout. Continue reading Burnout among Social Workers in Iran: Relations to Individual Characteristics and Client Violence
Each year in March, the Social Work Day is celebrated in many countries around the world and the efforts of social workers in different fields are appreciated. This day is very important in the history of the social work; Continue reading Contemporary Social Work, Challenges and Solutions | The first part
Nowadays ,addiction and substance abuse have been regarded as the most serious social problems across the world, thus a social worker, which is an expert over the arena of addiction services, widely known as the forefront in this respect. Continue reading Addiction Social Worker