Introduction to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Dissociation Identity Disorder

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 687
Noon-1 p.m. Central

The etiology and prevalence of Dissociation Identity Disorder (DID) will be explored, along with how to differentiate it from other disorders, including borderline personality disorder. Useful tips in diagnosing DID will be discussed, including reducing false positives and false negatives. An eleven-step treatment process, designed to be implemented using therapeutic tools already possessed by most therapists, will be presented.

Burnout and Self-Care in Social Work

NASW Wisconsin

Mark Wills 0 1387
Noon-1:30 p.m. CT

This webinar is based on findings in Burnout and Self-Care in Social Work: A Guidebook for Students and Those in Mental Health and Related Professions, 2nd edition, (NASW Press, 2021), by SaraKay Smullens, LCSW, ACSW, BCD, DCSW, CGP, CFLE, where 5 burnout arenas, 4 underlying psycho-social causes (attendant syndromes), and care strategies (both self and societal) to address and alleviate burnout are highlighted.

Ethics & Diversity: Using "Intersectional Ethics" to Provide a Framework for Ethical Deliberation

NASW Minnesota

Mark Wills 0 822
11 a.m.-1 p.m. Central

In the coming years, social workers should expect to work with an increasingly diverse population. The U.S. Census Bureau projects increased diversity with respect to race and ethnicity by the year 2060. This increasing diversity is likely to be reflected in social work. Thus, accounting for diversity in our ethical practice – including our ethical deliberation processes – is paramount. Cultural values and beliefs – embedded in diversity – are undoubtedly central to our ethical social work practice.

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