Event date: 11/18/2022 Export event
Mark Wills
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Self-Care: A Moral and Ethical Imperative

NASW California

12 p.m.-1 p.m. Pacific

The COVID pandemic highlighted the need for self-care particularly for social workers working in complex often demanding settings. This presentation will focus on better understanding stress and self-care, with a focus on changes made to the NASW Code of Ethics that make self-care a moral and ethical imperative for social workers. Participants will better understand development of a wellness plan and learn five practical tips for self-care in supervisory and front-line roles.

Course Objectives:
  • Understand recent changes in NASW Code of Ethics regarding self-care
  • Understand stress and effective coping strategies for social workers and other mental health and caring professionals
  • Develop a wellness plan that can enhance the quality of life of direct service providers and supervisors
1 CEU available

Register for Self-Care: A Moral and Ethical Imperative at https://www.naswca.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1679626&group=.
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