NASW WI Calendar

NASW-WI Member Forum

Wednesday, December 14, 2022, Noon - 1 PM

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NASW-WI’s Membership Forums are an opportunity for you, our members, to hear an update on NASW-WI activities and provide NASW-WI feedback on the most pressing issues or concerns in your practice. We want to hear from you!

NASW-WI Executive Director Marc Herstand will be at the forum to answer your questions and provide an update on NASW’s advocacy for the profession and on behalf of social justice issues. 

To participate at the forum, please RSVP to Kristina Jasmin at admin.naswwi@socialworkers.org. Attendees will receive a link to connect to the forum.

ASWB Free Exam Prep Training - Members Only

December 13, 2022, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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Presented by Katherine Drechsler, DSW, LCSW-SA, Emily Green, MSW, CAPSW

This workshop will provide strategies for social workers in preparing for the ASWB national exam for the Wisconsin BSW or MSW level social work certifications/licensures including the CSW, CAPSW, and the LCSW. Attendees will develop a study plan that will include information about the ASWB exam, study strategies for success including study strategies for different types of learners, strategies to manage test anxiety, tips for answering test questions, and a review of the content on the exam.

Free for members of NASW

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NOON HOUR WEBINAR: Understanding Infant Mental Health as a Place where Trauma Starts and where we can Heal

Presented by Elizabeth Lanter, LCSW

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Understanding our client’s, as well as our own trauma experiences, emotional development/health and attachment style as a universal understanding of human experience rather than an "us vs. them" approach to our work, as we are all one in the same; We all experience emotional development in infancy and we all are susceptible to trauma in our lifetime. We all function in relationships that can serve as a source of stress/trauma and resiliency.

1 CEH

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WEBINAR: Ethics and Boundaries: When Culture Affects Decision Making

Presented by Sheng Lee Yang, MSW, LCSW

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This course examines how one’s culture impacts decision making in various treatment settings. Providers are constantly faced with ethical choices resulting in ambiguous outcomes and difficult decisions that may be morally confusing. Understanding cultural concepts enables providers to bridge the difference between themselves and diverse populations. Participants will acquire a better understanding of the ethical decision-making process when cross-cultural conflicts occur while addressing implications of unconscious biases. The workshop will address these issues through a combination of interactive dialogue, focused discussion, applied-practice exercises, and small group work.

4 Ethics and Boundaries CEH's

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