Prerecorded and live virtual content available May 7-June 5
The SUD Supervision Institute prepares social workers and counselors from various specializations and backgrounds to provide better clinical supervision and to better assess, diagnose and treat adults and adolescents suffering from co-occurring disorders.
Using the ASAM Criteria as a foundation, this session will help social workers' efforts to improve treatment for substance use disorder amongst the justice-involved population (individuals who have had interactions with the criminal justice system as a defendant).
9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
This conference will explore critical racial and social justice conversations in the field and provide direct ways for social workers to take action in their practices and communities.
10 a.m.-1 p.m.
This workshop will consider and discuss how the oppression and perception of Black males affects their relationships and how social workers can best support them.
This workshop will provide an overview of changes to DSM-5-TR. Join us for this 2-hour workshop and get all the updates you need for your practice!