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Every time an ambitious PhD gets hold of a grant, it seems like a new approach to psychotherapy is born. Which is great, but can be overwhelming. Just look at Wikipedia's list of psychotherapies for a sense of how vast the literature on psychotherapy is. If you're preparing for the social work exam, not to worry. What you might reasonably expect to see appear on the exam doesn't include that whole list. Far from it. The Code of Ethics directs social workers to utilize empirically validated…

K'Lisha Sifuentes
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Past quizzes have kept you anchored by being about one topic or another. Today, we'll zip around in the ASWB exam outline to find various unrelated topics to draw questions from. Are you ready to pass the social work licensing exam? This is one way to find out. (Practice tests are another, better way, know that already.) Ready...set...go: 1. What is PIE theory? 2. DSM disorder characterized by abnormal thought processes and an unstable mood. The diagnosis is made when the person…

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Murrary Bowen coined the idea of triangulation for the family therapy field. You may find this term on the social work exam when describing an emotional system where two people are unstable and will pull in another person in an unhealthy attempt to balance the stress. Families that struggle with mental illness, abuse, and alcoholism often are triangulated. As a medical social worker you may find two parents with a medically fragile child are triangulated with a healthy sibling. For example…

Pamela Deann

We like to think of ourselves as the very most helpful site for social work licensing exam prep on the wide, wide world of web. But of course that's debatable. Over dozens of posts, we've linked out to some of our favorite places to visit to help social workers get ready for the big test. Here's a quick sampling for those who prefer not to have to click back through the archives: The Social Work Podcast. Great collection of interviews and mini-lectures about a wide variety of social work…

Shamica Lewis
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Social Workers always need to be familiar with mental health-related medications especially when preparing for the exam. Below you'll find illustrations and a game to help you keep these meds in your memory bank:) Match the 5 categories to the boxes below: 1 3 5 2 4 The answers: 1) Psychostimulants 2) Antipsychotics 3)Antidepressants 4)Anti-Anxiety 5)Mood Stabilizers Did you get them all right? Click here to learn more

Amy Smith
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You can pass the social work licensing exam. It's just a matter of time, effort, and a little bit of luck. Thousands pass the exam each year. There's no reason you can't join them. Here are four steps to take to get there with confidence: Face forward. Exam prep is going to eat up some of what used to be free time or time spent on other activities. For a while, you'll have to set aside some things in order to focus and get where you're going: social work licensure. Prepare. Getting ready for…

Justine Kohn