7 thoughts on “Job Interviewing Strategies for Social Workers, with Anna Haley-Lock, Ph.D.”

  1. CPS needs investigators/caseworkers who will kidnap kids from good parents without the slightest twinge of conscience. There's actually a specific identifiable kind of person who will do that gladly. Texas CPS recruitment knows what they're looking for and their recruitment video has the subliminals in there to grab that demographic and make others decide they don't want the job.

  2. I have an interview for a social worker position on Monday, and i really feel like you gave me some great strategies to prepare. Thank you.

  3. Do you have tips for an MSW who never got fully licensed, only limited license, before staying home for 18 years to raise children? What types of jobs could be available?

  4. This is a great and informative interview. As an LICSW, I've been through many interviews in the public arena (schools) and private (clinic). This information is spot on and also validating.

  5. Omg, to much body movement from what appears to be sign language, to HER head gobbling back and forth, she lost my interest well into the first 2-3 minutes, I stopped watching it at 4 minutes, couldn't take
    Her no more…She also does not seem to be very well versed in her speech, every 30 seconds SHE is checking her paper for reference……..BORING ,!

  6. are you kidding me? This is a joke right? This should be the example of everything you should NOT do!!!

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