March is National Professional Social Work Month
Wholeness Healing Center invites you to get to know our social workers here. We have Janie Pfeifer Watson, Jody Johnson, Jodi Studnicka, Erica Hardessen, Jenn Gray, Michelle Stoller, Sandy Cook Fong, and Nadine Stuehm.
March is National Professional Social Work Month. This year’s theme is “All People Matter”. It is a great opportunity for us to highlight the social workers in our office and educate people about the work and training social workers bring to the field. At Wholeness Healing Center, we have four social workers that offer therapy services and have a Masters in Social Work. This includes Janie Pfeifer Watson, Jody Johnson, Jodi Studnicka, Erica Hardesson, Nadine Stuehm, Michelle Stoller, Jenn Gray and Sandy Cook Fong. The American social work profession has been working for 116 years to improve social conditions and the quality of life opportunities for everyone. We believe that all people have dignity and deserve respect. These values are intrinsic in improving relationships within families, making social support systems more effective and building stronger communities.
Social workers focus on seeking to enhance the effective functioning and well-being of individuals, family and communities through its work and through its advocacy. You may find social workers in settings assisting children or families in schools, medical facilities, areas of mental health and substance abuse or in administrations or legal programs. Social workers work a variety or roles of the prevention, intervention and treatment, impacting individual, group and/or systems issues. So in celebration of National Professional Social Worker Month we want to extend greetings your way.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
- Janie Pfeifer Watson, LICSW, is the founder and director of Wholeness Healing Center, a mental health practice in Grand Island, Nebraska with remote sites in Broken Bow and Kearney. Her expertise encompasses a broad range of areas, including depression, anxiety, attachment and bonding, coaching, couples work, mindfulness, trauma, and grief. She views therapy as an opportunity to learn more about yourself as you step more into being your authentic self. From her perspective this is part of the spiritual journey; on this journey, she serves as a mirror for her clients as they get to know themselves—and, ultimately, to love themselves.
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