"Clinical Social Workers in Private Practice: A Reference Manual" is a comprehensive guide focusing on the social work specialty area of private practice. It includes information that clinical social workers should know when starting a private practice and while maintaining it.
This pamphlet offers information on business planning, risk management, reimbursement, documentation and record keeping, emergency and disaster planning, preparing a professional will, and many other topics to help clinical social workers succeed in this growing specialty practice area.
This webinar addresses the dynamics and skills of engaging and working with hard-to-reach individuals, families, and groups. Discussion includes dealing with denial in the beginning phase of work, confronting authority issues with mandatory (or semi-voluntary) clients, creating conditions of trust and safety, and challenging the illusion of work.
This webinar provides social workers with an ethical understanding regarding the importance of self-care during this pandemic and to provide you with strategies both in a professional setting and non professional setting to assist in early recognition and prevention of burnout. Get self-care strategies to promote your own self-care during the pandemic, because burnout impacts both work and overall health.
NASW members, join your colleagues and NASW staff for a free question and answer session, held every other third Wednesday of the month from noon to 1 pm ET.
Burnout can affect new and experienced social workers as well as social work students.
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Social Work Advocates is the association's flagship publication.
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Social Work, the premier journal of the profession, is free for NASW members.
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