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How Still Images Build Trust For Social Work Students At UTC

Students in UTC’s Social Work program.
Students in UTC’s Social Work program.

Trust is key for social workers - and the people they are trying to help.

For students who pursue a career in social work, how do they learn to establish and maintain trust?

One answer you’ll find here on our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Mary Andrews is a lecturer and clinical instructor for UTC’s Social Work Program.

Laurie Allen is Lyndhurst Chair of Excellence in Arts Education - and executive director of the Arts-Based Collaborative at UTC: abc@utc.

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