Child Abuse & Trauma: A Life Time of Anxiety and Insecurity

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1090
5:30-7:30 p.m. ET

This workshop will focus on the general core concepts of child abuse, the subsequent trauma experienced by individuals and the impact of the experience while growing up. We will discuss case examples and applications of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing taught in a simple to understand manner, that can be used to address to mental health struggles that can occur due to child abuse trauma.

Hospice and Palliative Care

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 918
5-8 p.m. ET

This course is designed for beginner-intermediate social workers interested in learning more about the use of Hospice and Palliative Care for clients with life limiting illnesses. The course will also discuss the role of the social worker in end of life care and will address the appropriate use of each program. NASW Standards for Palliative and End of Life Care will also be reviewed.

Effective Measurement of IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1061
5-7 p.m. ET

This training is a follow-up to the in training entitled ‘Writing Effective IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills’. It is preferred that individuals took part 1 but it is not an absolute requirement, as we will briefly review key takeaways from part 1. In this training, participants will learn how to make effective measurement choices for measuring IEP goals and objectives, learn how to chart and graph student progress data, and learn to write rubrics to measure complex social and behavioral skills.

Chapter Chat—Antisemitism: Implications for Social Work Involvement

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 1104
6-7 p.m. ET

This chat will include a brief history of antisemitism and its manifestation today. It will encourage participants’ engagement in the discussion both as individuals and social workers. Both presenters are active in various organizations in the Jewish community and are committed to social work’s engagement in combatting antisemitism.

BIPOC Self Care and Peer Support Group Meeting

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 830
6-7 p.m. ET

Free and open to all BIPOC Social Workers!

Revolutionize the Profession Town Halls are facilitated discussions that provide data and context for the many ways racism exists in social work practice and education. The Revolution Peer Support Project is a space for BIPOC social workers to connect with peers and process the impact of daily racism.

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