Social Work

Biennial Trauma Conference

Oct 3 2013 (All day) - Oct 4 2013 (All day)

Doubletree by Hilton Baltimore-North Pikesville
1726 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, Maryland, 21208

Topic: "Addressing Trauma across the Lifespan: Integration of Family, Community, and Organizational Approaches"

3rd Annual Judy Levy Social Work Ethics Workshop: Digital Ethics

Mar 22 2013 - 8:00am - 12:00pm

The Conference Center
at Sheppard Pratt
6501 N. Charles St.
Towson, MD 21204
410-938-3900

About this event:

3RD ANNUAL JUDY LEVY ETHICS WORKSHOP
Digital Ethics: The Impact of Electronic Communications and Social Media on Direct Practice with Clients

A Model for Ethical Decision Making: Challenging Cases, Documenting and Risk Management

Mar 23 2012 - 8:00am - 4:00pm

The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt
6501 North Charles Street
Towson, MD 21204

Living Through the Pain: Overcoming Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

It was a twisted ankle that finally brought Corinne down. After so many injuries-a broken hip, surgery on her knees and her shoulder-it was one small twist, something anyone would dismiss offhand, and Corinne was flat on her back, in absolutely unimaginable, intolerable pain.

A Powerful Combination: Project HEAL Blends Health Care and Advocacy

JeffreyLife has dealt 14-year-old Jeffrey a particularly challenging hand. Jeffrey, who lives with his parents and sibling in a low-income neighborhood in South Baltimore, has bipolar, obsessive-compulsive, anxiety, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders.

Changing Our Communities for the Better

Children at PlayIt's a gorgeous day in late summer, and there's a crowd at the local putt-putt golf course. The sounds of waterfalls and laughter float on the breeze. At the sixth hole, a group of kids gather around their friend as he squares up and aims to sink a hole in one. With a sharp tap, the ball sails down the green, around a corner and under a windmill.

Appetite for Life

Courtney
Jolley
January 30, 2006
Kennedy Krieger's intensive inpatient program helps children battle severe feeding disorders

Thomas MoxleyMealtimes can be a source of tension for many families with young children. From cajoling finicky eaters to eat their broccoli to battling restless youngsters who simply refuse to sit at the table and finish their dinner, parents can face an uphill battle when it comes to feeding their children balanced meals every day.

The Art of Healing

Courtney
McGrath
Art and Music Therapy Give Kids with Disabilities an Outlet for Their Thoughts and Emotions

Not everyone can create a masterpiece of art or music, poetry or dance a gift like that is all the more special because it is rare. But the process of creating art is a gift unto itself, empowering and life enhancing. For children with disabilities, art can be especially valuable in helping them communicate thoughts and feelings that might otherwise stay locked inside or end up expressed in inappropriate ways.

Building Stronger Bones

Courtney
Jolley
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Clinic extends services to children with a variety of conditions

Logan Insley with Dr. ShapiroLoss of bone density is a concern commonly associated with the elderly, for whom a simple stumble can easily result in a painful, debilitating fracture. But a variety of other conditions can make low bone density a lifetime challenge, one best addressed as early as possible.

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