Continuing Education Approval

Approved


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:

  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "Phase 1-4 Gambling Disorder Training", April 7-8, 2022; May 12-13, 2022; October 6-7, 2022; November 10-11, 2022 - Virtual
  • Inclusa,, "Ethics and Boundaries: Trauma Informed Care", 6/8/2022, 8/2/2022,10/14/2022 and 12/19/2022 - Virtual      
  • Inclusa, "Change 1: Navigating the Change Process and Responses to Change- Virtual Session", 6/16/22 - Virtual
  • Inclusa, "DiSC 2: Individual Personality and Team Dynamics – Virtual Session", 7/21/22 - Virtual
  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "Phase 1-4 Gambling Disorder Training", April 7-8, 2022; May 12-13, 2022; October 6-7, 2022; November 10-11, 2022 - Virtual
  • Jewish Family Services, "2022 Hirsh Larkey Mental Health Conference: Healing During Uncertain Times", 5/10/22 - Milwaukee
  • WI Department of Justice, "WI Forensic Interview Guidelines Training", Week of September 19th – Virtual, 9/20, 9/22, 9/26, 9/28, 9/30, Week of October 17th – In Person , 10/17, 10/18, 10/19, 10/20, 10/21
  • Community Care Resources, "Critical Incident Desensitization (CID) EMDR with Children and Teens", May 12, 2022 - Middleton
  • Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, "Resiliency in the Face of Grief", May 10, 2022 - Virtual
  • Laura Saunders Consulting - "Motivational interviewing: A virtual series", May 3, 10 and 17, 2022  - Virtual
  • Laura Saunders Consulting, "Motivational interviewing: A live series", June 7, 8 and 9, 2022 - LaCrosse
  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "Gambling Introduction: What We Know & What We Need to Talk About" June 17th, 2022 - Eau Claire
  • WAFCA, "6th Annual Growing School-Based Mental Health Summit", June 21st - La Crosse.  This one-day, hybrid event gathers stakeholders from across Wisconsin who are working to advance mental well-being in their school communities. The event welcomes administrators, teachers, school services professionals, mental health therapists, peers and policy makers for a day to share expertise and successes in implementing comprehensive school mental health systems. Through plenary sessions and targeted workshops, participants dive into implementation issues, mindfulness practices, equity and inclusion, outcomes tracking and more. At this 6th Annual Summit we gather to renew our commitment, reframe our challenges and reconnect with one another.