Who am I Now? The Ever-changing Role of the Caregiver

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 853
Noon-1 p.m. Central

This training will provide an overview of how a caregiver's role changes as the care needs of their loved one change. It will review the individuality of the caregiver, caregiver adaptation, address what-if questions, and discuss resources. Financial aspects will also be reviewed, including insurance coverage.

Building Resiliency with Intimate Partner Abuse Survivors

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 904
Noon-1 p.m. Central

This workshop begins with a survey of intimate partner abuse survivors and what they found helpful in therapy. With that foundation, Jennifer Parker, MSSW, LCSW, ACSW, explores three issues they often present: mistrusting self & unconditionally trusting partner, confusion between selfishness and self-interest, and beliefs that interfere with assertiveness.

Veterinary Social Work: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond & Bolstering Staff Wellness

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 761
Noon-1 p.m. Central

Learning objectives of this lecture will include: the ability to describe what VSWs do for their community; a deeper understanding on the importance of honoring the human-animal bond; and an adeptness in discerning the numerous mental and emotional challenges that veterinary professionals face in their every-day job, and why social workers are vital in bolstering their wellness.

Emerging from the Pandemic

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 739
Noon -1 p.m. CT

A Public Health Crisis into a Public Mental Health Crisis: Telehealth and its implications on Social Workers and Best Practice

In this session we will explore the question of best practice in telehealth services through the domains of care. What clients are best suited for telehealth services? How do we assess for appropriateness for telehealth services? What are the risks and legal implications of the use of telehealth services? And lastly, how do we, as social workers, embrace and execute services thoughtfully in this new world?

Understanding Infant Mental Health as a Place where Trauma Starts and where we can Heal

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 915
Noon-1 p.m. Central

Understanding our client’s, as well as our own trauma experiences, emotional development/health and attachment style as a universal understanding of human experience rather than an "us vs. them" approach to our work, as we are all one in the same; We all experience emotional development in infancy and we all are susceptible to trauma in our lifetime. We all function in relationships that can serve as a source of stress/trauma and resiliency.
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