SOCIAL WORK 

mentoring

WHEN YOUR SIZZLE IS ABOUT TO FIZZLE

No matter your experience level--it's possible that compassion fatigue can sneak up on you and lead you down a path towards a serious case of burnout. A professional Social Work mentor can help you to identify key areas in your professional life that are problematic, assist you in goals setting, and provide experienced guidance as you refresh your love of the field that you worked so hard to become a part of. 

Additionally, mentors can provide guidance to new Social Workers entering the field. Transitioning from a structured practicum setting into a setting where little supervision is provided can be a difficult adjustment at such a crucial point in a young career. Mentors can support you through all of the ups and downs of your new career. 

 

 

THE ROLE OF A SOCIAL WORK MENTOR

The Social Work mentor won't make you do push-ups or run laps but we will push you to explore your professional self, your motivation for working in the field, and hold you accountable for reaching the S.M.A.R.T goals that you set. 

 

Your mentor can also help you with the following:

* time management skills

* work-life balance

* resume content development

* interview simulation 

* salary negotiation

* self-marketing

* confidence building

* burnout prevention

* self-care planning

* licensure prep

* developing career goals

* communication skills

**mentoring does not suffice for professional counseling to address psychosocial concerns. Social Work Supper Club does not provide professional counseling services. 

Current rates are $125.00 per 50 minute session. Students are eligible for a 25% discount within the first year of graduation. Includes pre-planning inventory and worksheets for session preparation. All sessions are confidential and available virtually, at a time that fits your busy schedule. 

MEET YOUR MENTOR

CONTACT

 

KRISTEN A. SHULER, LMSW

Owner/Education Director

kristen@socialworksc.org

 

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