|NASW’s 2012 National Practice Conference Restoring HOPE: The Power of Social Work will convene approximately 1000 social workers in Washington, D.C. from July 22 – 25 who are inspired to improve the lives of their clients and communities.
Experts in numerous fields will hold pre- and post-conference workshops to address such topics as, improving your private practice, reducing risk and promoting well-being for LGBT children and families, disabilities, military culture, social work self-care, evidenced-based practice, risk management and ethical decision making, leadership, cultural competence, and trauma-based therapy. Learn best practices, exchange ideas, and gain skills to better understand how to use hope as a tool for driving positive client outcomes.
Attendance at the full conference is not required.
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
Workshop Titles and Speakers
Sunday, July 22 from 12 pm – 3 pm
Cultural Competence as a Practice Perspective for Hope and Resiliency
How Your Practice Can Survive and Thrive in an Uncertain Economy
Military Culture 101
Trauma Based Therapy for Helping Victims and Perpetrators
The Critical Role of Families in Reducing Risk & Promoting Well-Being for LGBT Children & Youth
Wednesday, July 25 from 2 pm – 5 pm
The Hope for Evidence-Based Practice in an Outcome Driven World
Strategies for Professional Resilience and Self Care Across Your Career
Risk Management and Ethical Decision Making
Leadership as the Catalyst for Hope
Promoting Resilience Through a Life Course Perspective of Working With Parents of Children With Disabilities
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