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Sections Surviving Income Instability Webinar and Reducing Youth Suicide Webinar

Exclusively for Specialty Practice Section Members

October and November Webinars

Developing Multiple Income Streams: Strategies for Weathering the Ebb and Flow of Private Practice Income
Date:Thursday, October 10, 2013
Time:1 – 2 pm (ET)

Many social workers in private practice who rely solely on income zithromax tripack if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link83″).style.display=”none”;} from direct clinical hours may find themselves in financially vulnerable situations. Since client hours can vary greatly depending on the time of year, state of the economy, number of new referrals, success of fee collection, and several other factors, developing multiple income streams can help social workers increase their income stability. This webinar will focus on different ways social workers can pursue additional income streams: supervising, consulting, teaching, publishing, speaking, and writing. The presenter will give examples of success stories and strategies for practitioners to build additional income streams.

Presenter: Julie de Azevedo Hanks, MSW, LCSW, BCD
Moderator: Sharon S. Issurdatt, LICSW, LCSW-C

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Prevention and Intervention with Suicidal Youth: Schools, Hospitals, and Outpatient Settings
Date:Thursday, November 14, 2013
Time: 1 – 2 pm (ET)

Suicide is the third leading cause of death among youth, and as many as one in five youth report having had at least one serious thought of suicide in the past year. Social work with suicidal youth can be stressful, time consuming, and potentially litigious. Helping a youth move from wanting to die to wanting to live can also be one of the most rewarding professional experiences a social worker can have. Only in the past decade has an evidence base emerged to support the use of specific suicide prevention and intervention programs to reduce suicide risk in youth. Given that social workers are employed in multiple settings where suicidal children and adolescents are encountered (e.g. schools, homeless shelters, emergency departments, outpatient mental health agencies, private practice), they play a critical role in the identification and treatment of suicidal youth. The purpose of this webinar is to identify and describe empirically supported practices for school-based prevention programs and for hospital and outpatient interventions with suicidal youth and their families.

Presenters: Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW
Kimberly H. McManama O'Brien, PhD, LICSW
Moderator: Roxana Torrico Meruvia, MSW

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