Just Another Do Gooder
By Vittorio Cintio
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A podcast about all things social work in Australia, with interviews and commentary on social work, social policy, culture and politics
||CleanPodcast episode 12: crisis – what crisis?… an interview with social work academic Shirley Ledger on the place of field education in social work||Shirley Ledger started her working life as an enrolled nurse in a small hospital in rural Queensland. Realising that nursing was not for her she became involved in youth work and domestic violence services. Years later ironically,||17 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 11: adventures in private practice – an interview with Suzanne Doorakkers-Sprague||This episode is a conversation with Suzanne Doorakkers Sprague, a social worker with a large and thriving private practice in Geelong, where she employs 8 staff in several locations. Her road to social work was a long one- coming via … Continue readin||2 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 10: working with LGBTIQ communities- an interview with social worker TL Tran||In this episode I interview social worker TL Tran. She works in the area of LGBTIQ health. This is a very personal conversation to which TL brings a lot of humour and grace. To escape persecution, TL’s family fled South … Continue reading →||20 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 9: What’s wrong with child protection policy and practice? an interview with social worker, Tony Tonkin, founder of the Child Protection Party||Tony Tonkin is the founder of the Child Protection Party in South Australia. the Party is about to go national. We talk about the party and its purpose- but this is also a deeply personal interview. Tony came to social … Continue reading →||6 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 8: hospital social work in Sydney and New York- an interview with hospital social work manager, Bobbi Henao Urrego||Some of the deepest roots of social work in Australia are grounded in the traditions of the hospital almoner; a tradition personified by Bobbi Henao Urrego, who the manages the social work service in a large western Sydney hospital.||22 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 7: counselling and psychotherapy with older people in care- an interview with social worker, Felicity Chapman||This podcast features an interview with social worker Felicity Chapman. Felicity combines a private practice of counselling, training and consulting as well as being a sessional lecturer and tutor at the University of Adelaide,||7 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 6: dreaming of utopia- an interview with Hall Greenland of the NSW Greens||Today’s episode is a return to politics with a capital “P”. I have joined many of my fellow citizens in paying less and less attention to the daily news. Political chat shows are also off my agenda. There is simply … Continue reading →||24 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 5: Extra relational sex and the gay male couple- exploring the therapeutic terrain||Episode 5 is an interview with Sydney social worker, Paul Andrews. Arising out of his work with gay male couples, Paul did a major piece of qualitative research in order to better understand how gay couples in committed relationships negotiated … Cont||11 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast episode 4: ethics and morality in a postmodern world||A conversation with social work researcher, Dr Sacha Kendall Dr Sacha Kendall began her social work career in acute mental health. She is now a qualitative health researcher. Her research investigates the social,||25 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJust Another Do Gooder podcast- episode 3: stories of identity and belonging||In this episode I bring you a conversation with well known author Patti Miller. As well as her long list of publications, Patti is also well known for conducting writing workshops in Australia and in Paris,||13 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Love your work Vittorio!
So great to have an Aussie podcast for and about social workers. We live and work on such a broad landscape and your podcast reflects the great diversity within our profession and the challenges we face at both the micro and macro levels.
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