8 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Join us to discuss and learn more about topics including, but not limited to white supremacy in schools; children of incarcerated parents; grief in children; and community schools.
NASW Rhode Island
Social isolation, mask-hysteria, media re-traumatization, sociopolitical uncertainty all played a role on the persistent trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has resulted in a dramatic increase in addiction due to self-medication during the height of the pandemic. Traditional addiction treatment has ignored the significant impact of trauma on personal recovery and subsequently people have continued to struggle as a result. With recent advances in understanding the impact of trauma, it is time for a change in the approach taken toward trauma and addiction.
Join us for continuing education from a BBS-recognized CEU provider (including classes for licensed and non-licensed professionals), engaging keynote speakers, the Social Work Awards program, and our Exhibitor Showcase.