Continuing Education Approval


The Wisconsin Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, and Social Work Examining Board has authorized NASW-WI to approve continuing education programs relevant to the professional practice of social work.

New Continuing Education Rules

Continuing Education Approval Application Forms

Be sure to complete both the application and payment form.

  * Notice, there have been changes made to the price of additional programs, qualifications of Ethics presenters, and considerations for counting CEH’s for 3- & 4-hour programs.

NASW WI Approved Continuing Education Programs: 

  • Inclusa, "DiSC 2: Individual Personality and Team Dynamics" 5/2/2023, 8/10/2023, 12/12/2023 - Virtual
  • Laura Saunders Consulting, "Motivational interviewing: Increasing your capacity to practice and inspire", Various Dates 
  • Inclusa, "Safety in The Field and Office', 5/25/2023, 9/19/2023, 11/14/2023 - Virtual
  • Inclusa, "DISC 1: Communication Tendencies", 3/30/2023-Virtual, 4/26/2023 - in-person, 6/27/2023., 7/27/2023 - virtual, 10/26/2023-inperson
  • Inclusa, "Change 1: Navigating the Change Process and Responses to Change' 6/21/2023, 10/16/2023 - In-Person
  • Inclusa, "Navigating Difficult Conversations: Increasing Confidence and Applying Strategies",  7/11/2023 - In-Person, 11/9/2023 - In -Person
  • Fresh Start Family Services will host the "Color of Child Welfare" Conference on  May 24, 2022  at the Potawatomi Hotel and Conference Center. Our theme is ‘Sawubona: Affirming Black Children and Families Through Honor, Hope and Healing’.  This year’s conference will offer presentations by Dr. Dorothy Roberts, Dr. Joy DeGruy, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Judge Derek Mosley, Judge Everett Mitchell and a 4 hour Ethics and Boundaries practicum. Other presenters like Nurse Muhammad Mahdi, Patricia Parker, Dion Racks, Dawn Shelton-Williams, Marvell Ruppel, and Simone Kilgore will offer vigorous dialogue about medical, social work and mental health best practices, current research, advocacy efforts, and policy implications. Call 414.351.1100 Ext. 150 for more details or register online. 
  • Kate Adametz Coaching, "DARE TO LEAD: The Four Skillsets of Courage", 9/10-9/12/2023 - Montfort
  • Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association, "Spring Conference 2023", 4/28/23 - Rothschild
  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "From Gambling to Gambling Disorder - A Clinical Perspective (4 sessions)", 5/11-5/12/2023, 10/12-10/13/2023, 11/9-11/10/2023 - Green Bay
  • NAMI Wisconsin, "NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference 2023" April 28 & 29, 2023. The NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference is one of the state’s largest gatherings of mental illness supporters, peers, and community members. This year’s NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference is focusing our conference theme on Uniting Hearts and Minds, where we will explore the vital connection to overall wellness and recovery for peers, family members, caregivers, and professionals. In addition to our conference theme, the 2023 NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference will offer more than 30 workshops dedicated to mental health research, lived experience stories, advocacy updates, crisis response systems, and more. Learn more at
  • Leading Age Wisconsin, "The Greater Good", May 3-5, 2023 - La Crosse
  • Child Advocacy Centers of Wisconsin, "Investigating Suspected Child Maltreatment", May 2 & 3, 2023 - Virtual
  • Child Advocacy Centers of WI, "Investigating Suspected Child Maltreatment", May 2 & 3, 2023  - virtual
  • Us2 Behavioral Healthcare, "Ethics and Boundaries: When Culture Affects Decision Making" May 18 & 19, 2023
  • Community Care Resources, "Sleep Disorders in Children", May 9, 2023
  • Dana Johnson, "Ethics & Boundaries: Stepping Forward When Colleagues Cross the Line" May 19, 2023 - Madison
  • Dana Johnson, "Ethics & Boundaries: Things That Make You Go Hmm…", May 19, 2023 - Madison