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For my Social Work interview I interviewed Professor Lampen She is a social work professor here at Cornerstone She is no longer in the profession right now Before she came to cornerstone to teach she worked as a social worker for about sixteen years Professor Lampen started out her schooling by getting her bachelors degree in Psychology Then she went on with her schooling and became a Registered Nurse She decided that she wanted something different so she went back to school and got her Masters in Social Work at Western Michigan University For her first job she worked at a hospice There she made home visits to patients She worked there for about four years and then went on to work at Mary Free Bed Hospital and Rehabilitation Center At Mary Free Bed she worked mostly with spinal cord and brain injury patients She said with her back round in nursing that it helped her in the unit With her medical back round she was able to understand the patients more and help them better with their problems She worked there for twelve years and now here she is at Cornerstone teaching My next question for if she had any advice for someone entering the field of Social Work She told me to make sure that the field fits you There are so many different fields in Social Work Whatever one you choose you have to make sure it fits you and youll enjoy working there She also said that you really have to care about your work If you dont love your work and care about it then you wont be able to put your whole heart into it I also asked her about some of her likes and dislikes about the profession One of her likes is that she knows that what she does matters As a social worker she makes great impacts on peoples lives She loves being able
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