Eva Gordon, LMSW

Eva Gordon, LMSW

Eva Gordon has been a social worker for 13 years. She currently works with children and families in the New York City child welfare system, and has provided adolescent and family counseling. Eva currently volunteers in her church health ministry to provide health awareness events to decrease health disparities in the Black community. For fun, she enjoys live concerts, movies and performing arts.
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Bachelors of Arts in Sociology; Licensed Masters in Social Work in New York State.


Today is a gift, which is why it s called the present.



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  • The New Face of HIV/AIDS
    The article focuses on how HIV/AIDS is now largely effecting Black women. There has been a high increase of Black women becoming infected, but the media or news has not been covering much about HIV.
  • The Golden Nuggets of Social Work
    People have many ideas about what social workers do. This article provides aspiring and new social workers with the best tips in providing services to others and how to best care for themselves.
  • Living Your Best Life
    When you are at a crossroads in life and you find yourself questioning your present state, there are several things you can do. Learn how making some sacrifices in your life to achieve the life you want.
  • Hot Fun, Cool Nights: How to Throw the Best Dinner Party
    Dinner parties are a cool way to have fun without big crowds. If you're looking for a fun way to hang with friends or meet new ones, learn 3 easy steps in making your spot the place for dinner parties.
  • Mandela's Freedom Was 'Miraculous' for the World
    This is a reflection of my personal experience with Nelson Mandela. It was only 5 months after he was released from prison as a fighter against apartheid in South Africa.
  • Essence Music Festival - the Ultimate R&B Feast
    For the grown and sexy black person, this annual festival that features the best in R&B. You can go to self-improvement seminars by day and concerts by night.
  • Movies: Heavy-weight Champs of Entertainment
    TV shows today are cool and some are entertaining. However, television shows do not compare in mentally travelling to distant lands for two hours, escaping our daily stresses.
  • Warehouse Clubs -Take it or Leave It
    Many of us have memberships to warehouse clubs. Learn some tips on getting the most of out your experience. Find out what to buy and stick to your budget.
  • Moving Toward New Horizons
    This article will speak about the right time to leave the full-time working world for the self-employment field.
  • An Attitude of Gratitude
    In the season of Christmas, we need to appreciate the simple things in life. Most of all, we need to appreciate our most precious gift, which is being alive.
  • Before You Judge Me, Ask Me
    Customer service needs to be improved in social services, where people are in need of help from the government. This can help professionals and the community to treat all people with humanity and compassion.
  • Voters' Picks: How the Affordable Care Act Saves Money, Earns My Vote
    This article details my personal experiences with the Affordable Care Act. It is my personal account as to why we need to re-elect President Obama and why he needs four more years to complete his health care plan.
  • Saving Our Teens 101: Helping Adults and Parents Connect with Teens
    This article provides practical tools to help parents and adults support our youth. These tips can help adults give the right support to keep teens from engaging in self-destructive behavior.

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