GRANTS PASS, Ore., September 22, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Matthew A. Eldridge, who has built a career in geriatric care, and has worked in nearly all fields of health care, outpatient treatment for alcohol and drug, and mental health, has completed his most recent book "No Bad Days…I Can Eat This Pizza: Journeys with a Social Worker": an eye-opening memoir that shows what it takes to be a social worker, and the importance of cultivating one's compassion to positively impact others in life.
"This presentation is written not for an audience who has been doing social work forever—although you may find something of value—but rather for the person who wants to enter our field, who wants to advance in the industry, who is starting school and/or about to graduate, the person in recovery who wants to help," writes Eldridge. "This will help a Program Manager and/or Supervisor train their social workers on how to better identify their biases and become resource nerds. Maybe you want to be a volunteer and/or want to create a program through your church or civic group but need some direction. I hope this will be of value. Please remember, this is my social worker (and geriatrics) journey, and your journey may not look the same, but the mission and mandate of compassion will likely be the same."
Published by Fulton Books, Matthew A. Eldridge's book shares an important message of how one person can make an incredible difference in someone's life with a good amount of empathy and care. Eldridge's personal story highlights what it takes to be a successful and positive force in the world of social work, or at the very least act as an advocate for those who need individualized care. Poignant and expertly paced, "No Bad Days…I Can Eat This Pizza" encourages readers to choose positivity and kindness above all else.
Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase "No Bad Days…I Can Eat This Pizza: Journeys with a Social Worker" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books