Women's Issues: Professional Development

Addressing Domestic Violence Through the Social Work Lens - October 16-17, 2019

NASW Virtual Forum

Oct 16, 2019

This virtual forum will help social workers gain a deeper understanding and knowledge base to help them assist their clients in dealing with domestic violence; some sessions with focus on social work within the military community.

Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention for Social Workers

Oct 03, 2019

This webinar will educate social workers about how to identify high risk domestic violence cases and will provide an overview of approaches to domestic violence homicide prevention.

Continuing Education Topic: Women

Social Work Online CE Institute

May 12, 2019

Courses offered include Women as Administrators/Managers; Preventing Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies; Vicarious Traumatization and Self-Care, and more.

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Call for Papers: Mainstreaming Gender: An Intersectional Feminist Perspective on Social Work's Grand Challenges

Social Work Journal

Jan 07, 2019

This special issue of Social Work journal will mainstream gender by placing it at the center of the conversation about the Grand Challenges for Social Work to advance our understanding of the ways that gender affects social policy, status, identity, rights, and responsibilities. Submissions should address one (or more) of the grand challenges with the intent of describing the unique difficulties that women, particularly those with multiple marginalized identities, face and the unique strengths they bring to these challenges; addressing the unique prevention, intervention, or policy needs of women; and advancing feminist, empowerment-based social work practice. Submission deadline: July 15, 2019

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An Hour With Private Practice: Questions & Answers

Jan 02, 2018

NASW members, join your colleagues and NASW staff for a free question and answer session, held every third Wednesday of the month from January through November, from noon to 1 pm ET.

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Credentials & Certifications

Jan 01, 2017

Being a credentialed social worker makes all the difference. Social workers who want recognition for their professional achievements and who want to unlock new career paths come to NASW for their credentials.

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