Documentation Skills to Improve Outcomes for Social Workers

Specialty Practice Sections Webinar

Rochelle Wilder 0 146
This webinar will explore:
  • essential skills to document clinical encounters to support change and client activation.
  • how documentation supports integration of assessments, treatment planning, and measurement based care.
  • how to accurately document data, assessments and planning.

Parting the Fog of Techno-Determinism: The Future of Social Work and Artificial Intelligence

Specialty Practice Sections Webinar

Rochelle Wilder 0 128

1 – 2:30 pm ET

Presenters: Dr. Lauri Goldkind, PhD, LMSW, Dr. John Bricout, PhD, Dr. Clara Berridge, PhD

CE: 1.5 Ethics CE contact hours

Join us to learn about artificial intelligence and social work practice. We will provide an overview of what artificial intelligence is, explore several areas of social work practice where artificial intelligence tools are being deployed, and conclude with a discussion of ethical implications for these new technologies.

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to artificial intelligence (AI) tools and their application to social work practice
  • Articulate ethical issues of AI practices in social work
  • Identify conditions of digital inequalities in individuals, organizations and communities. 
  • Understand the intersections of ethical AI and the NASW Code of Ethics

Cost: SPS Members: Free / Non-SPS Members: $30 / Non-NASW Members: $35

Addressing Human Trafficking from a Clinical and Macro Perspective

Specialty Practice Sections Webinar

Rochelle Wilder 0 411
At an ever-increasing rate, social workers are being asked to address both the macro and clinical practice needs of human trafficking survivors. This workshop will provide valuable information about human trafficking as well as practical interventions that social workers can utilize to intervene at both the micro and macro level.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in Social Work

Ethical and Risk Management Challenges | NASW New Jersey

Mark Wills 0 659
Using extensive case material, Dr. Frederic Reamer will acquaint participants with a typology of boundary issues and dual relationships. Participants will learn how to identify and respond constructively to complex boundary issues, protect clients, prevent professional malpractice, and avoid licensing board complaints. Key topics will include the nature of boundary issues, types of dual relationships, ethical standards, and risk-management strategies.

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