NASW-ND Events

Social Work Licensure Test Review Course -- LV

In Partnership with NASW-IL

NASWND Chapter 0 263

Date: Thursday, January 11, 2024, from 12:00pm to 4:00pm CST (10am - 2pm PST) &
Virtual Platform: Zoom
Presenter: Linda McClerklin, PhD, LCSW
Description: This fast-paced course covers the format and structure of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) masters and clinical examinations as well as the most current content areas as determined by the ASWB for licensure.

Cost: Early Bird (before 12.21.23) -- 8 CEUs / $149 Nonmember / $99 NASW Member
Cost: General (after 12.21.23) -- 8 CEUs / $174 Nonmember / $124 NASW Member
 

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Creating Freedom and Flexibility as a Social Worker

In Partnership with NASW-IL

NASWND Chapter 0 214

Date & Time: Oct 19, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM CDT

Zoom

Description: Social work students from across the country are invited to NASW's October 2023 Student Series webinar, where they will discuss fulfilling your career goals and bucket list dreams, building in freedom and flexibility.

Cost: Registration is FREE Speaker: Sojourner White, MSW

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Laughter-Therapy

In Partnership with NASW-IL

NASWND Chapter 0 214

Oct 19, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT


Zoom

Descritpion: Come laugh along with the NASW-NV chapter as the speaker helps you cope with stress and burnout! Learn to lighten up, embrace gratitude and the art of not taking oneself so seriously!

Speaker: Julie Devin, LCSW

Cost: 1 CEU / $15 Nonmember / $10 NASW Member FREE Student (NO CEU)

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Implicit Bias: From Allyship to Solidarity

In Partnership with NASW-IL

NASWND Chapter 0 301

Implicit Bias: From Allyship to Solidarity
Date: Monday, October 23

Time: 3:00pm to 4:00pm CST 
Speaker: Adana Cranfield, DSW, LCSW
Description: Moving from allyship to solidarity involves interrogating the disparity between what we think we believe and the thoughts and feelings that operate on an unconscious level. This implicit bias awareness training was designed to develop anti-racist social work practitioners. It includes an explanation of implicit bias along with its causes and effects. Both general and social work practice examples are used to develop the skill of recognizing, interrupting, and mitigating implicit bias.
CEUs: 1.0 Implicit Bias CEU
Virtual Platform: Zoom

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The Seven Pillars of a Healthy Private Practice

In Partnership with NASW-IL

NASWND Chapter 0 259

The Seven Pillars of a Healthy Private Practice

Date: Wednesday, October 18

Time: 11:00am to 12:30pm CST 
Speaker: Wendy Pitts Reeves, LCSW
Description: Clinical social workers often feel called to make the world a better place, yet they do so at the expense of their own mental, physical and financial health. They save lives, change family trees, and uplift entire communities. Don’t they deserve to be paid well for what they do? Yes, they do. Learning how to lead a successful private practice enables them to serve their communities at a higher level. Learning how to treat themselves with respect strengthens our entire industry. In this engaging and practical presentation, students explore the 7 pillars of a profitable, enjoyable - and impactful - private practice.
CEUs: 1.5 CEUs
Virtual Platform: Zoom

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