“Dorlee’s blog is an asset to mental health professionals of all levels.”
“Her Best In Mental Health weekly review makes it easy to keep up with what other practicioners are talking about each week. I look forward to reading it every week.”
– Cathy Hanville, LCSW – Psychotherapist and Owner/Consultant at Get Down to Business Consulting
“One stop reading for those in #mentalhealth professions”
“Best in Mental Health is a wonderful resource for social workers, psychologists, and other human services professionals — there’s no need to search for resources on your own, simply use this as your one-stop professional development venue.”
“A melding of intellect, savvy and art define Dorlee’s blog.”
“Not a week passes that I don’t imbibe in her wisdom and inspiration as well as the content-rich interviews and research she shares here. I consider the Social Work Career site a must-read not only for myself but also for those in my social media sphere!”
“one of the top 5 social work resources that I recommend”
“Dorlee’s motto is “I’m watching twitter, google+ and the web so you don’t have to…” , and she really does. Each week, there is a “Best in Mental Health Series” where she gathers blog posts from various social work blogs on the net and compiles them for you. Dorlee’s blog covers an array of topics including technology, career development, social work education and more.”
“Your blog is a valuable resource for social workers and other mental health professionals.”
“I enjoy reading your posts about different therapy approaches, strategies, and issues, as well as your interviews with clinicians about their areas of specialization… I greatly appreciate your thirst for knowledge and your generous commitment to sharing what you learn with all of us.”
“a great resource for students and educators”
“[it] provides free and valuable insights about professional development and life-long learning for social workers. I frequently refer students and colleagues to the blog for articles and webinars that support content in a variety of social work courses.”
“I’ve learned something valuable from every one of her posts!”
“If you want to be on your sharpest, creative edge; you need exposure to different disciplines. That’s why “Social Work Career” is on my reading list and should be on yours, too!
You get ideas and facts from Dorlee (her blog is deeply and meticulously researched) and you feel her heart voice which emboldens yours (she writes about her personal experiences as well).”
“ the best in mental health series stands above any mental health aggregate that I have ever seen.”
“Social Work Career [Development] is an essential tool that should be booked marked for each and every social worker who is committed to keeping up with the latest trends in social work practice and research.”
“The Social Worker’s Library of Congress”
“This is such a rich resource for mental health professionals, in general, and social workers in particular.”
“The title ‘Best in Mental Health’ is not hyperbole.”
“Dorlee provides an invaluable service panning social media for mental health gold. The result is a weekly resource that rivals any other mental health source on the Web.
Anyone who wants to keep abreast of the best in mental health need only read Dorlee’s weekly list. It is an invaluable service to the profession.”
“much of what she posts is relevant to anyone who is in a ‘helping’ profession.”
“I’ve followed Dorlee’s blog for a number of years, even though I’m not a social worker… She works diligently to provide information that is current, often sharing her own experiences that indicate that she walks her talk.
Her care, dedication, and generosity is evident, especially in her weekly Best in Mental Health series. In publishing this time-consuming series, she wishes to assist others in their work and personal growth by sourcing out invaluable resources.”
“a great resource for busy social workers”
“I look forward to Dorlee’s “Best in Mental Health” posts. There is such an overabundance of information online that it can seem overwhelming at times.
Dorlee brings together a varied and relevant list of posts from across the web…”
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“As a macro social worker and executive director, this site is the one that I reference constantly to stay current on our field and the first place I refer students new to the field.”
“The Best in Mental Health posts are a great resource for helping professionals.”
“I like that it’s not focused on one niche. Dorlee curates content that addressed micro, mezzo, and macro practice issues.”