Continuing education webinar | Available on demand
This webinar focuses on the emotional wellness of students during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as other trauma experiences. Analogies will be presented for helping students learn to cope with issues of loss and grief, as well as school-wide activities that promote traumatic growth and resiliency.
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of ethical, malpractice, and risk-management issues pertaining to school social work and the delivery of services to minors and their families. Using extensive case material, participants will learn how to handle complex practice-based ethical dilemmas, prevent professional malpractice, and avoid liability. Emphasis will be on practical strategies designed to protect children, professionals, and other school personnel and administrators.
Credits: 1 Social Work
This webinar will provide participants with tools and resources that will allow them to be more adequately prepared to work with children experiencing social and emotional difficulties stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
For many, the global crisis has triggered not only a personal family crisis but also an opportunity and willingness to address unhealed wounds and engage in family therapy as never before.
School districts throughout the nation are faced with the challenge of how to ensure continuity of preK-12 education during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Social Work Online CE Institute
Offered continuing education courses include Bullying at School; Can School Social Work Practice Meet Its Own Grand Challenges; Ethical Challenges in School Social Work: Cutting-edge Issues, and more.
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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Children & Schools publishes professional materials relevant to social work services for children.