Intimate Partner Violence blog header
Intimate Partner Violence blog header

Intimate Partner Violence

Katie Krukenberg is an MSW graduate (2006) from Florida State University and a licensed clinical social worker in North Dakota. She works at the University of Mary and is an assistant professor of social work as well as the director of field education for the social work program.

Missouri State LCSW Requirements blog header
Missouri State LCSW Requirements blog header

Missouri State LCSW Requirements

As each state holds LCSW applicants to slightly different expectations, this article reviews LCSW licensure requirement for the state of Missouri.

Happy National Professional Social Worker Month! blog header
Happy National Professional Social Worker Month! blog header

Happy National Professional Social Worker Month!

March is designated National Professional Social Work Month, and each year this is a time to celebrate the contributions of social workers as well as the important work done by social workers in communities everywhere.

How Does the Assessment of Capacity Impact Social Work with Vulnerable Older Adults? blog header
How Does the Assessment of Capacity Impact Social Work with Vulnerable Older Adults? blog header

How Does the Assessment of Capacity Impact Social Work with Vulnerable Older Adults?

Students in Florida State University’s online MSW program learn about assessment with all clients, which may include assessing capacity in an effort to be responsive to a client’s needs. Assessing capacity includes determining a person’s level of comprehension when presented with information, their orientation to time and place, cognition and decision making skills, and ability to make their own medical, financial, and legal decisions.  

The Important Women of Social Work blog header
The Important Women of Social Work blog header

The Important Women of Social Work

March is a special occasion for Florida State University’s online Masters of Social Work program. To celebrate both National Social Work Month and Women’s History Month this month, we’re honoring the accomplishments of some remarkable women in social work. No matter where you are your educational journey, their momentous achievements can serve to further encourage you as one of tomorrow’s leaders in the field.

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