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Episode 21 – Social Work Conversations – Helping Police Officers by Understanding Law Enforcement Culture with former officer, Ron Wyatt

11/9/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with former Police Officer Ron Wyatt about suicide in law enforcement, self-care for first responders, understanding police culture, and bringing rabid raccoons to justice. Resources: If you, or someone you know, are at risk for suicide, there … Read More

Duration:00:30:10

Episode 20 – Social Work Conversations – International Social Work and Rooting in Community with Dr. Martin Tracy

10/5/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with Dr. Martin Tracy about his career in international social work and the importance of rooting social work practice in community building. Bio: Dr. Martin B.Tracy served in the US Army during the Vietnam war from 1958-1961. … Read More

Duration:00:26:32

Episode 19 – Dr. Kay Hoffman talks about the future of social work, ethics, and the power of literature in social work education.

9/6/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with Dr. Kay Hoffman about the future of social work, the importance of ethics, and the power of literature in social work education. He talks with her about her 38 years in academia and what is next … Read More

Duration:00:35:05

Episode 18 – Suicide Prevention with Veterans with Rebecca Willis-Nichols of the Lexington KY VA

7/31/2018
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Today Dr. Jones talks with Rebecca Willis-Nichols, Lexington VAMC Suicide Prevention Coordinator, about suicide prevention in veteran populations. What general understanding should we have about veterans and suicide? What is specific to the veteran population? What help is available? Bio: … Read More

Duration:00:27:45

Episode 17 – Social Work among HIV Positive Individuals with Jess Edison

7/6/2018
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In this episode, Dr. Jones talks to UKCOSW student Jess Edison about Social Work Among HIV Positive People. Bio from Jess Edison: Jess Edison holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work, both … Read More

Duration:00:24:45

Episode 16 – Disaster Response and Older Adults with Dr. Allison Gibson and Dr. Nancy Kusmaul

6/8/2018
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In this episode, Dr. Jones talks with researchers and teachers Dr. Allison Gibson and Dr. Nancy Kusmaul about responding to disaster relief as social workers and the specific concerns of aging populations within those situations. Bios from Allison Gibson and … Read More

Duration:00:31:38

Episode 15 – Erin Salomon on Postpartum Depression, Maternal Mental Health and the Baby Blues

5/15/2018
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From reality TV production to social worker, today’s guest Erin Salomon focuses on maternal mental health including postpartum depression in moms & dads, risk factors and how it is different from “the baby blues.” Links and Support: Call the … Read More

Duration:00:27:09

Episode 14 – Josh Nadzam of On The Move Art Studio

4/17/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with Josh Nadzam about rap battles, how a difficult life brought him to social work, and his non-profit “On the Move Art Studio.” Bio @JoshNadzam https://www.facebook.com/onthemoveartstudio https://www.onthemoveartstudio.org/ A community activist and social worker, Josh is the … Read More

Duration:00:24:37

Episode 13 – Bringing Health, Research and Hope Back to Appalachia – with Dr. Fran Feltner

3/28/2018
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Dr. Fran Feltner, Director of the University of Kentucky, Center of Excellence in Rural Health, talks with Dr. Jones about bringing health, translational research and hope back to Appalachia. Bio: Dr. Fran Feltner is the Director of the University of … Read More

Duration:00:23:41

Episode 12 – Research in Sibling Abuse and Healthy Living After Retirement – with Dr. Vernon Wiehe

3/2/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with his mentor Dr. Vernon Wiehe about his research with sibling abuse, moving through difficulties in life and staying healthy after retirement. Bio: Vernon Wiehe, Ph.D. received a master’s degree in social work in 1961 from the … Read More

Duration:00:27:23

Episode 11 – Intergenerational Social Work and Equity – A Conversation with Lee Ferrell

2/12/2018
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Dr. Jones talks with Lee Ferrell about his work and research developing community for older adults, intergenerational equity, advice to social work students and practicing social work on fictional television characters. Bio: Lee Ferrell is a doctoral candidate in the … Read More

Duration:00:18:52

Episode 10 – Research on Modern Student Challenges – A Conversation with Dr. Kalea Benner

1/19/2018
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In this episode, Dr. Kalea Benner joins the conversation with Dr. Jones about her path through Social Work practice & education, students and substance use assessments, and her research on working with “Exhausted, Stressed-out and Disengaged” students. Bio: Dr. Kalea … Read More

Duration:00:25:41

Episode 9 – Surviving the Season – A Winter Holiday Episode with Dr. Jones and Jason

12/13/2017
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In this special winter holiday edition, Dr. Jones talks with the podcast producer Jason Johnston about highlights from the first 8 episodes, holiday traditions & songs as well as Dr. Jones’ top therapist tips for getting through the season. If … Read More

Duration:00:30:29

Episode 8 – Bereavement Support and the Strength of the NASW with KY Executive Director Brenda Rosen

11/30/2017
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Brenda Rosen, Executive Director of the NASW Kentucky chapter, talks with Dr. Jones about working with bereavement, the strength of the NASW, self-care and goats in pajamas doing yoga. BIO: Brenda Rosen received her BASW from UK 36 years ago … Read More

Duration:00:33:42

Episode 7 – Trauma Informed Practice: Understanding the Roots of Behavior in Children and Adults with Sarah Ascienzo

11/15/2017
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Dr. Jones talks with Sarah Ascienzo about trauma-informed care, best approaches to trauma in children & families and how to practice self-care while still being an effective social worker. BIO: Sarah Ascienzo, MSW, LCSW has over 15 years of … Read More

Duration:00:21:08

Episode 6 – “Growing Community with Fresh Produce” A Conversation with Laura Flowers

10/27/2017
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In this episode, Dr. Jones talks with Laura Flowers, a part-time instructor with the College of Social Work and Farm Procurement Organizer for Fresh Stop Market Lexington, a community pop-up market focused on urban food deserts. They discuss the market, … Read More

Duration:00:23:46

Episode 5 – When the Ticker Tape Ends – Support for Military after Deployment – with Amy Brown

9/27/2017
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Amy Brown, a licensed clinical social worker and military veteran, talks with Dr. Jones about addressing the mental health of veterans, the suicide risk among veterans, treatment modalities and working with personal barriers to therapy. BIO: Amy Brown is a … Read More

Duration:00:20:23

Episode 4 – Suicide in the Media Part 2, Help for Those at Suicide Risk and Suicide Loss Survivors – with Dr. Julie Cerel – Part 2 of 2

9/19/2017
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(Part 2 of 2) In this episode, Dr. Jones continues the conversation with Dr. Julie Cerel about suicide in the media (Musician Logic / MTV awards) with a focus on preventing suicide with those at risk and help for suicide … Read More

Duration:00:20:56

Episode 3 – Dr. Julie Cerel talks Suicide in the Media, 13 Reasons Why – Part 1 of 2

9/13/2017
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(Part 1 of 2) This episode features Dr. Julie Cerel, Professor in the College of Social Work at the University of Kentucky and president of the American Association of Suicidology. Dr. Jones talks with Dr. Cerel about suicide in the … Read More

Duration:00:25:43

Episode 2 – On Death Row Saving Lives – A Conversation with Athena Kheibari

9/4/2017
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Dr. Jones’ conversation today is with Athena Kheibari, a doctoral candidate in the University of Kentucky College of Social Work. Athena talks about the reward and struggle of conducting forensic interviews with death row inmates and also her work in suicide prevention. We discuss her personal connection to suicide, and how it is inspiring her work in this area.

Duration:00:15:18