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Webinar: Reaching Teens in Therapy: Evidence Based Practice for Clinicians

Effective work with adolescents requires particular skill sets and knowledge.  In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of the multidimensional developmental tasks and growth taking place in this stage of life, evidence-based relational approaches to effectively engage teens in treatment, and gain strategies for addressing the unique challenges in working with this population.  This webinar benefits clinical social workers ... Read More »

NASW Social Work CEU’s – Working with LGBTQ populations

NASW members are asking: “Since June is Pride Month and that’s brought about an awareness of the LGBTQ population in my city, does NASW have any kind of training that could help me in my work?” CE Opportunities are available.  Contributed by NASW staff and the NASW-Wisconsin Chapter, you may want to consider getting your continuing education credits through the ... Read More »

Earn Up to 6 CEUs at NASW’s Pre- and Post- Hope Conference Workshops

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 ... Read More »

Need social work CEs? Visit www.manexa.com/naswdc for New Courses

New at the NASW Professional Education and Training Center – Research supports positive outcomes when using DBT particularly with clients who have symptoms of BPD. The Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Series includes of 3 separate courses, 1 of which qualifies for ethics credits. The courses are on-demand and remain available to you for 90 days with purchase. DBT Series: Ethics ... Read More »