the Child Welfare Raising Awareness Podcast Show

TU CAS Department of Social Work

The R.A.P Show informs and inspires students, professionals, educators, parents, and community members about relevant child welfare topics and practices to strengthen practices, workforces, and families.

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Episodes

Maximizing Potential
May 25 2023
Maximizing Potential
In this episode, you will hear how seizing opportunities can maximize your social work career path. Our guest, Andrea Stallworth, LCSW (inactive), is the Director of Field Education and Assistant Professor in the Social Work Department at Tuskegee University. She is also an international speaker that focuses on self-care, and technology education, and Certified Life Coach, mentor, digital storyteller, and social media consultant. Andrea has over 14 years of Clinical Social Work, Non-Profit, Social Services Management, Youth Development, and Leadership experience. She is the digital storyteller, content creator, and Co-Founder of The Careerist Project and Founder of the Brown Girl from Boston blog, both social impact startups focus on developing healthy and holistic individuals through career development, personal development, and professional development through life and career coaching, mentoring, and facilitating online workshops and webinars.She earned an MSW in Social Work from The University of Southern Mississippi in 2009 and a B.A in Social Work from Tuskegee University in 2006.Brown Girl From Boston: www.browngirlfromboston.comSelf-Care for Brown Girls workbook: https://payhip.com/b/e6naTurning Your Passion Into A Paycheck: https://payhip.com/b/tJo3Legal Disclaimer: "The views, information, or opinions expressed during the child welfare R.A.P Show podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Tuskegee University and its faculty/staff of the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work."
A Child's Hero
Apr 27 2023
A Child's Hero
Vanessa M. Jackson, is a native of Montgomery, AL and Tuskegee University Dept of Vanessa Jackson is a licensed clinical social worker and motivational speaker. Her specialty treatment area is working with persons who have experienced complex trauma. She has significant experience treating survivors of sexual assault/abuse. Vanessa founded Get the Word Out, Inc. a grassroots nonprofit organization designed to put a stop to childhood sexual abuse and educate adults on how to keep kids safe. Vanessa is the author of “I SAY!” a children’s book written to empower young people to demonstrate ownership of their thoughts, feelings and bodies. Vanessa currently works in private practice creating and providing an array of consultation and treatment services for vulnerable youth and adults. Vanessa has facilitated trainings to mental health practitioners, social workers, educators, case managers, community members and outreach organizations around adverse life experiences, sensory-based interventions, and reducing risk factors with children and youth. Vanessa attended Tuskegee University where she earned her BSW and thereafter the University of Michigan where she received a Masters of Social Work. A native of Montgomery, Alabama, Vanessa now calls Michigan home. She resides in Canton with her husband (a graduate of ASU)- who is also a social worker--and her outgoing 4-year-old son Langston.Legal Disclaimer: "The views, information, or opinions expressed during the child welfare R.A.P Show podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Tuskegee University and its faculty/staff of the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work."
Authentic Healing & Wellness
Apr 22 2023
Authentic Healing & Wellness
Join this episode to get the "tea" on healing, wellness, & so much more with Dr. Wilson, LMHC! She is a clinical psychologist, minister, and proud mother of two girls. She currently resides in the state of Texas and she is the founder and owner of the Center on Healing. Dr. Wilson is a native of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, a Mental Health Clinician, Advocate, and Leader in the wellness arena. As a Licensed Mental Health Clinician and Psychologist, she is the founder of Centered on Healing, LLC (CoHe), the creator of Therapy University TM, a wellness app, and currently serves as an Associate Director and Deputy Title IX Coordinator in higher education. As a clinician, Dr. Wilson provides client-centered, solution-focused mental health and wellness resources and services to individuals using a holistic approach. Her mission and that of the CoHe team is to see clients whole, healed, and healthy. She believes that healthy individuals create healthy communities. CoHe is a one-stop hub providing services, tools, resources, and support to help our clients achieve their wellness goals. Dr. Wilson specializes in work around anxiety, depression, identity, parenting, and PTSD.Legal Disclaimer: "The views, information, or opinions expressed during the child welfare R.A.P Show podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Tuskegee University and its faculty/staff of the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work."
Project Forecast
Feb 8 2023
Project Forecast
When thinking about trauma-informed practice, clinician Terricka Hardy, LCSW, gets enthused about how an interesting hands-on training, Project Forecast, will transform student learning and practitioners practice through learning better child welfare specific techniques. Terricka Hardy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Diplomate in Social Work, and Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional and the owner of Terricka Hardy Consulting, LLC. She is a professional development trainer and coach, former member of the NASW National Ethics Committee and member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of International Social Work Values and Ethics. Terricka has trained thousands of social workers and helping professionals nationally and internationally. Her areas of expertise lies at the intersection of ethics, mental health, child welfare, and self-care. She is a featured contributor of The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Ethics and Values published in 2019. In 2020, Terricka lead a subcommittee of social workers to create revisions to the NASW Code of Ethics regarding self-care for social workers. The changes were accepted by the NASW Delegate Assembly and have been added the NASW Code of Ethics; effective June 2021. For more information and to connect with Terricka, email thardylcsw@yahoo.com or visit www.terrickahardy.com. Facebook: Terricka Hardy, LCSW.Listen in to the get scoop and how you can access the workshop at the April 28, 2023 virtual conference.Legal Disclaimer: "The views, information, or opinions expressed during the child welfare R.A.P Show podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Tuskegee University and its faculty/staff of the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work."
Black & Brown Male Healing- The Triggered Life
Feb 8 2023
Black & Brown Male Healing- The Triggered Life
Keith Mascoll SAG-AFTRA,AEA is an Actor, Producer, Mental Health advocate, Sneaker-head, and Founder of the Triggered Project. Keith is a co-host of the Living a Triggered Life Podcast with his wife Roxann, and a Luminary for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Keith strives to use his art for social change in the black and brown community.Roxann Mascoll M.S., MSW, LICSW, Independent child protection, and domestic violence Consultant is a Black Nuyorican originally from the South Bronx New York.Roxann has an extensive history working in the social work field. She worked in child protection for 18 years as a domestic violence specialist, ongoing worker, and in the Commissioner's Office of the Ombudsman. Roxann is also the Lead Clinician for The Triggered Project. She is a co-host of the Living a Triggered Life Podcast with her husband Keith.Roxann has committed herself to mentoring social work students of color as a clinical supervisor and mentor. She has a MSW and Certificate of Urban Leadership in Clinical Social Work from Simmons University and Masters’ degree from the University of Massachusetts in nonprofit management. She is a staff psychotherapist at Brandeis University Counseling Center. Roxann also is a lead clinical social worker at Boston Medical Center.Listen in to hear about the Triggered Life!Legal Disclaimer: "The views, information, or opinions expressed during the child welfare R.A.P Show podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Tuskegee University and its faculty/staff of the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work."