2023 NASW Leadership Summit


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Develop your ever-evolving social work leadership skills by participating in the 2023 NASW Leadership Summit.

Whether you’re a new professional or an experienced social worker, this exciting opportunity will host leaders from the social work community to share their expertise. The Summit will cover topics such as leadership development, diversity, equity and inclusion, social media tips and tricks, mentorship, and more to help you hone your skills as a leader in the field.

Register for the 2023 NASW Leadership Summit

Enrolling In and Opting Out of Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans

An Hour With Private Practice | Member-only event

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An Hour With Private Practice is a members-only question-and-answer session that provides important clinical social work updates affecting the delivery of mental health services in a private solo or group practice.

Presenter: Mirean Coleman, LICSW, CT, NASW Director of Practice

Learn more and register for An Hour with Private Practice

Preparing For Your Early Career

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Do you wonder what your first social work job will be like?  Join us to learn what your early career could be in different areas of practice. Seasoned professionals will talk with you about the beginnings of a career in clinical social work, child welfare, school social work, behavioral health and more. Then meet with them in breakouts to ask your questions. Open to all.

South Asians in the United States

NASW Press

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Join us January 13 at 2pm ET for a live chat with Shreya Bhandari, PhD, LISW, editor of the NASW Press book: “South Asians in the United States: A Guide for Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals.”

Dr. Bhandari is professor and director of social work, Purdue University Northwest. She is also a licensed clinical social worker with her own private practice. Her research focuses on violence against women, specifically domestic violence. She has worked in the area of domestic violence and mental health for about two decades as a researcher, educator, and practitioner.

Watch our conversation with Shreya Bhandari

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