Sean Erreger

Sean Erreger is currently a Clinical Case Manager for youth with a mental health diagnosis.I have a decade of direct social work practice experience including adolescent day treatment, psychiatric emergency room, adult inpatient, and foster care prevention. Blogging and sharing social work resources at Stuck On Social Work

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    Talking with “The Social Workers” Radio Show

    On February 2, 2016, I had the pleasure of going back to my social work Alma Mater, and I made an appearance on their radio show called “The Social Workers” which can also be found on twitter at @SocialWorkersFM . Hosted by Dr. Eric Hardiman and Alyssa Lotmore, The Social Workers highlight local and national happenings in social […]

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    Defining “The Value” of Care

    Social Media is a place to interact and network with fellow professionals. However, it is also a place to problem solve and create dialogue between multiple disciplines. Through my twitter account, I had a chance encounter with a great community called #medpsych which is the brainchild of Dr. Anne Becker-Schutte and Dr. Susan Guirleo. What’s interesting […]

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    The E-Patient Movement

    Prior to a doctor’s visit, have you ever Googled information about your concerns beforehand? Commonly known as a “medical googler”, Googling health information or looking at WebMD is often assumed to be for “hypochondriacs” or “Wannabe Doctors”.  However, there is actually a movement out there promoting the healthy use of the internet for healthcare information. By Googling information, you […]

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    Home Health and Patient Centered Medical Homes

    With the Affordable Care Act and the changes in the DSM-V, social workers have a lot to keep up with in providing the latest information to our clients. The landscape of health care is changing by the minute, and these changes have implications no matter what setting you work in. The U.S Department of Health and Human Services definition of […]

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    Self Doubt in Your Clinical Practice Skills

    Self Awareness is critical to the therapeutic process. By being aware of your self-doubt, you are already heading into the right direction. In graduate school, we talked about  the importance  of “use of self” and “self disclosure”.  It is certainly important to talk about how your words and actions will have an impact on the […]