NASW New York State
Join us to discuss the current financial, cultural, clinical, and institutional barriers patients experience getting access to evidence-based eating disorder treatment and innovative new landscapes for healing and long-term recovery.
Register for "Treating Eating Disorders Long-Term: Examining and Addressing Access Barriers"
Comedians Nina G., Mean Dave, and Michael Beers will be using humor to share their experiences living with a disability.
This workshop is for people in leadership and supervisory roles. How do you best assist your supervisees with their professional development so they can best serve their clients? This course will help supervisors identify leadership styles, strengths, and areas for improvement.
7 CEUs (2 of which are in Ethics) available for relicensure approved by NASW-VT.
Register for "Quality Leadership"
The symposium features contributions from a diverse body of justice-oriented persons such as social workers, attorneys, law enforcement officers, advocates, educators, researchers, students, and others with direct industry experience seeking to collaboratively advance the field of forensic social work.
This workshop will examine changes to the Code of Ethics and ask critical questions about our identity as a profession. In what ways do our current professional values and ethical mandates create conflicts with our profession’s historical commitments to be agents of social change?