The Three-Legged Stool

The practitioners ‘three-legged stool’ is a metaphor that refers to the three sources of knowledge that practitioners can rely on: practice, research/theory, and personal life.

Dare to Lead by Brené Brown (book review)

DARE TO LEAD Brené Brown By Human Library Creator – Michaella Voss Our book for October symbolises the start of a new journey within our Bellbird Book Club as we […]

Using SCARF in social work practice

How David Rock’s SCARF Model Can Enhance Social Work Practice in Aotearoa New Zealand Social work is a profession that aims to promote social change and empowerment for individuals, groups […]

Being Playful

Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation – Brené Brown Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. She […]

What Happened To You (book review)

WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU?  Conversations on Trauma Resilience and Healing Dr Bruce Perry & Oprah Winfrey By Human Library Creator – Michaella Voss The month that’s been has bought with […]

Introducing Bellbird’s first Book Club

Welcome to our Inaugural Bellbird Book Club event!!! Some light reading to get you started below. The Bellbird Book Club as part of our ‘Human Library’ will be facilitated quarterly. […]