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Congressional Social Work Caucus Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

On Tuesday evening, members of the Congressional Social Work Caucus (CSWC) came together for a reception hosted in the U.S. House of Representatives Rayburn House Office building. This event featured CSWC chair Rep. Edolphus ‘Ed’ Towns (New York-10) who emphasized the key role of the CSWC and the importance of supporting the Dorothy I. Height and Whitney M. Young, Jr. ... Read More »

Happy Social Work Month

Every now and then, something very significant takes place during my work day. Yesterday was one of those days. I had the opportunity to meet and spend some time with Congressman John Lewis from Georgia. I imagine almost all of you recognize his name. He is often called “one of the most courageous persons in the Civil Rights Movement” and ... Read More »

Celebration of Women Appointees of the Obama Administration

Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH Executive Director NASW was a proud co-sponsor of the celebration of Women Appointees of the Obama Administration. Sponsored by the Coalition for Women’s Appointments (of which NASW is a member), the event, held on September 29, was appropriately held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC. Irene Natividad, Chair ... Read More »

Video Message: The Future of Social Work

National Association of Social Workers Executive Director Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH recorded this important message about the future of our profession and I hope you will take a moment to view this video. Social Work Reinvestment Act Send a Letter to Your Representative in Support Send a Letter to Your Senator in Support Read More »

Managing Professional Grief Teleconference with Presenter Dr. Betsy Clark, NASW Exec. Dir.

Earn FREE CEUs with SPS Live Practice Teleconferences – Register Now! Managing Professional Grief Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:00-2:00 EST, 1 CEU offered Presenter: •  Elizabeth Clark,PhD, ACSW, MPH Moderator(s): •  Tracy Whitaker,DSW, ACSW Social workers understand the importance of maintaining good relationship books boundaries when dealing with client issues. Yet witnessing suffering in any form is difficult, and when a client ... Read More »