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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Social Work team presents at FASSW conference

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Assistant Professor Jennifer Roth, MSW, LCSW, staff members Lou Hernandez, MSW, RCSWI, and Petya Figuiredo, and social work students Keshanie Torrence and Sonia Pitts presented on Corner for a Little Mindfulness (CALM) at the 76th Annual Virtual Conference of the Florida Association of School Social Workers (FASSW). The group discusses CALM's approach to self-care tools and navigating burnout.

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