The School of Social Welfare features Alum as Guest on The Social Workers Radio Talk Show
Listen live from 9-10 am on the first Thursday of the month on UAlbany's radio station, WCDB 90.9 FM.
Listen to a rebroadcast of the month's episode on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursday of every month from 9-10 am on WCDB
In January, The Social Workers, a weekly radio talk show on UAlbany’s WCDB 90.9 FM, featured School of Social Welfare alumnus David M. Burns LCSW, author of Therapeutic Lessons. He explained concepts such as mental illness, recovery, wellness, group and individual therapy using his experience in an outpatient treatment facility working with clients who suffer from series and persistent mental illness. Burns explored the "tools of the trade" of counseling and treatment and shared a short wish list of changes he would like to see in the mental health system.
VoiceAmerica Radio Talk Show Host Kathryn Zox ’83 hosts The Social Workers radio talk show. The show, co-hosted by Alyssa Lotmore ’07, 08 SSW, airs Thursdays at 9 a.m. eastern and can be heard online at www.wcdbfm.com. “Our mission is to educate and enlighten, through the medium of radio, our university and extended communities about current social work trends and practices,” said Zox. It is a unique opportunity for School of Social Welfare students to explore media opportunities in radio hosting, marketing and production.
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