Episode 10 of the husITa Podcast

Incorporating Facebook into Nonprofit Supports for Family Caregivers: An Interview with Liam O’Sullivan and Zoe Hughes Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this month’s episode I interview Liam O’Sullivan and Zoe Hughes about their  article “Incorporating Facebook into Nonprofit Supports for Family Caregivers: Reflections on its value and relevance,” which was published in the Journal of Technology in Human Services…

Episode 9 of the husITa Podcast

LGBTQ+ Youths’ Community Engagement and Resource Seeking Online versus Offline: An Interview with Dr. Lauren McInroy Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this month’s episode I interview Dr. Lauren McInroy and discuss the article “LGBTQ+ Youths’ Community Engagement and Resource Seeking Online versus Offline,” which was published in the Journal of Technology in Human Services in 2019 with coauthors Dr.…

Episode 8 of the husITa Podcast

Virtual support groups among adoptive parents: An Interview with Dean Justin “Jay” Miller Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this month’s episode I interview Dean Justin “Jay” Miller and discuss the article “Virtual support groups among adoptive parents: Ideal for information seeking?,” which was published in the Journal of Technology in Human Services in 2019. Dr. Miller is the Dean…

Episode 7 of the husITa Podcast

Data-Driven Service Delivery: An Interview with Dr. Kristin Ferguson, Dr. Carter Wang, and Elizabeth Mody PhDc Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this month’s episode I was fortunate enough to interview Kristin Ferguson, Carter Wang, and Elizabeth Mody and discuss their article “Data-Driven Service Delivery: Using Population and Coalition Data to Reengage Opportunity Youth in Career and Educational Pathways,” which…

Episode 6 of the husITa Podcast

Data-Driven Organizational Culture: An Interview with Dr. Angela Kline and Dr. Stephanie Dolamore Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD How many of you wonder what being a data-driven organization actually involves? What is this term, Data-Driven, actually mean? In this episode of the Podcast I explore these questions and more with the help of Dr. Angela Kline and Dr. Stephanie Dolamore…

Episode 5 of the husITa Podcast

An Interview with Dr. Walter LaMendola exploring husIta’s past and discussing social work, social technologies, and sustainable community development Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD I am really excited about this episode of the Podcast as I was fortunate enough to interview Dr. Walter LaMendola who is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work and…

Episode 4 of the husITa Podcast

An Interview with Dr. Tarsem Singh Cooner discussing the use of Facebook in Child Welfare Services and Social Work Practice Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this episode of the Podcast, I discuss ethics, technology, and specifically the use of social media like Facebook in the provision of Child Welfare Services. I’m talking with Dr. Tarsem Singh Cooner about he…

Episode 3 of the husITa Podcast

An Interview with Dr. Erica Nason & Dr. Mark Trahan discussing Virtual Reality Treatment and Exposure Therapy Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this episode of the Podcast, I discuss Virtual Reality and 3600 video used with Exposure Therapy for Veterans with Social Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Erica Nason and Dr. Mark Trahan. They, along with their co-authors Scott Smith,…

Episode 2 of the husITa Podcast

An Interview with Dr. Laura Nissen discussing Social Work & the Future in a Post COVID-19 World Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD In this episode of the Podcast, I discuss with Futurism and Foresight Practice with Dr. Laura Nissen. She published “Social Work and the Future in a Post-Covid 19 World: A Foresight Lens and a Call to Action for…

Introducing the husITa Podcast

Author: Jimmy A. Young, PhD Welcome to the inaugural husITa Podcast. Below you will find a link that should open the Podcast’s homepage on Podbean and you should also be able to find this Podcast just about wherever you get your Podcasts. This inaugural episode is a short one, just over six and half minutes long, and really just gives…