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Tag Archives: Teleconferences

Global Hunger Challenge

This is a chance for our community to come together and in a small way show our commitment to those whom we work to help every day. In an expression of solidarity with people throughout the world who struggle with food insecurity, the InterAction staff challenges you to join us in the Global Hunger Challenge and live on a food ... Read More »

Older Adults and Compulsive Hoarding

micosi della pelle cura ASW Specialty Practice Sections held a webinar providing an overview of recent research studies of compulsive hoarding in older adults, discussing ethical and legal issues, and new developments in knowledge and skills for practice with older adults who hoard. Specialty Practice Section members can view the webinar in its entirety. Presenter(s): • Barbara A. Soniat, Ph.D, MSW ... Read More »

Healthy Eating is not as easy as it seems

Written by Ayisha Jones, NASW intern.   She is a studying to receive her MSW this year. Do you have access to fresh fruit and veggies? Are you within walking distance of a grocery store or does your local transit provide easy access to organic food and super markets? If you answered yes to these questions, chances are you are ... Read More »

Is There a Link between Child Abuse and Bullying?

Thursday, October 29, 2009 – Specialty Practice Sections Teleconference 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 1 CEU(s) Presenter: Paul D'Agostino,ACSW, LCSW Moderator: Bekki Ow-Arhu,MSW, LICS There is relatively little in the literature discussing any buy cialis tabs links between child abuse and bullying behavior in children. Yet both are examples of aggressive/violent res How to win back ... 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 »

HIV/AIDS Science and Society 2008: A Lifespan Perspective

Register Now! Wednesday, June 04, 2008 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: CEU(s) Presenter: • Lisa Cox, PhD, LCSW, MSW Moderator(s): • Evelyn Tomaszewski, MSW The faces of AIDS nbso online casino reviews come from all age groups, racial and ethnic populations, religious backgrounds, and countries of the world. Social workers are challenged to keep abreast of evolving ... Read More »

Helping Families Face the Early Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

Register Now and Listen to the Audio or Read the Transcipt Credit Hours: 1 cialis soft tavs CEU(s) Presenter: • Elizabeth Gould,MSW • Daniel Kuhn,MSW Moderator(s):</stron g> • Maria Jackson,MSW, MPA Inconsistent symptoms, uncertainty about the diagnosis, and a number of challenges to autonomy are distressing aspects of this growing personal and public health problem. This teleconference will describe how ... Read More »

Ethics Teleconferences for March Social Work Month

Exclusively for NASW Specialty Practice Sections members, Boundary and Dual Relationship Issues in Social Work: Ethical and Risk-management Considerations Teleconference. Presenter: Frederick Reamer, PhD Thursday, March 20, 2008 1-3 pm ET. For more information, click here. Exclusively for NASW members, Making Ethical Decisions. Presenters: Dawn Hobdy, MSW, LICSW and Andrea Murray, MSW, LICSW Tuesday, March 25, 2008 1-2 pm ET. ... Read More »

Teleconferences – Earn FREE CEUs with NASW Specialty Practice Sections

New Theories and Practice for Working with People living with Grief Join NASW’s Specialty Practice Sections (SPS) on January 16, 2007 at 1:00 pm EST, for a live practice teleconference* Utilizing a narrative perspective, this teleconference will draw upon different metaphors to speak about bereavement practices. *Exclusively for SPS Members – Click here to register now. Read More »