The Center for Financial Social Work is proud to announce that Financial Social Work (FSW) has been added to the 2014 New Oxford Encyclopedia of Social Work. Financial Social Work, created and developed by Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW, over the past seventeen years is an interactive, introspective behavioral model which is heavily psychosocial.
The Center has certified social workers and non-social workers across the country and around the world. Financial Social Work graduates work with a broad range of client populations. FSW students/graduates have the opportunity to improve their own financial futures as they learn how to help clients to do the same.
Reeta Wolfsohn feels a great sense of accomplishment to have her work acknowledged by the social work profession and by her colleagues. She hopes Financial Social Work will continue to help social workers and their clients to create sustainable, long-term financial behavioral change by taking control of their money and gaining control of their lives.
Written By Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW
Financial Social Work in the New Oxford Encyclopedia of Social Work was originally published @ Center for Financial Social Work and has been syndicated with permission.
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