2021 Continuing Education Offerings

Virtual NASW-WI Diversity Book Club

The new book selection is: The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Us and how We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGee

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Join Us for the Second Virtual NASW-WI Diversity Book Club

The new book selection is: The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Us and how We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGee

Read the New York Times book review.

Listen to an interview with Heather McGee on NPR’s Fresh Air.

We meet  the second Thursday from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM effective Thu 11/10/2022 until Fri 4/14/2023, and second Friday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM effective Fri 11/11/2022 until Fri 4/14/2023

Persons interested in joining should email  wendy.volzdaniels@marquette.edu for the TEAMS link. Place NASW Diversity Book Club in the subject line.

We look forward to another engaged and enlightening discussion!

Wendy Volz Daniels, MSW LCSW

NASW-WI June Member Forum

June 15th from Noon-1 PM CST via Zoom

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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.

If you need additional information or have questions please email Marc Herstand at mherstand.naswwi@socialworkers.org

Advanced Ethics and Boundaries with a Clinical Lens Virtual Workshop - 4 CEH's

June 17, 2022, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm - Virtual

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Presented by Jeanne Wagner, MSW, LCSW ACSW

The management of professional ethics and boundaries can be challenging in clinical work especially as we have become more dependent on the use of technology. This workshop will address the unique issues encountered during the provision of clinical services and will discuss best practice approaches to these challenges. An ethical decision-making process will be utilized as a variety of ethical scenarios are discussed in an interactive format. Participants will also learn about the importance of assessing various aspects of their services and related policies and procedures to protect clients and staff and reduce professional risk. Participants will learn how to utilize the NASW Code of Ethics in managing ethical dilemmas in clinical practice settings.


Effective Therapy for Intimate Partner Abuse Survivors

April 5th Webinar. Noon - 1 PM CST - 1 CEH

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Effective Therapy for Intimate Partner Abuse Survivors

Presented by Presented by Jennifer Parker, MSSW, LCSW, ACSW

April 5th Webinar.  Noon - 1 PM CST - 1 CEH

This webinar presents six components of effective therapy for intimate partner abuse survivors, both those who have left and those still in the relationship. Jennifer identifies issues to listen for and provides examples and handouts that promote post-traumatic growth. She finds that survivors benefit from empathic listening regarding their stories and what they want help with. Participants find this introductory webinar inspires ideas for using their skills with survivors.



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