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Social Work Practice with Clients Impacted by HIV/AIDS: Addressing Trauma, PTSD, Assessment, & Social Support
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
Course: #143Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Every social worker will encounter clients who are impacted by HIV/AIDS. This course will focus on addressing the trauma and PTSD associated with HIV/AIDs and will examine assessment tools and social supports and community resources.

Ethical Handling of Subpoenas and Preparing for Depositions or Trial Testifying: Everything the Busy Clinician Needs to Know
Presented by Deborah M. Henson, MSW, JD, LCSW, LL.M
Course: #140Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course examines the ethical handling of subpoenas and provides guidance for clinical professionals as it relates to preparing for depositions or trial hearings.

Navigating the Stigma, Discrimination, & Psychosocial Impact of HIV/AIDS
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
Course: #122Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Every social worker will encounter clients who have or may have HIV or AIDS. This course addresses the stigma, discrimination, and psychosocial impact of HIV/AIDS.

Breaking the Cycle of Stress: Stress Management Tools for Social Workers
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #112Level: Introductory1 Hour
As helping professionals, stress management and burnout prevention are key to lasting in the field and in our careers. In this course, you’ll learn how this stress triggers the “cycle of stress”, how to break this cycle and practical tools to help you better manage it on a daily basis.

Rethink Your Daily Routines to Reduce Stress
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #113Level: Introductory1 Hour
Daily schedules and routines are often set-up in ways that build stress. In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies to rethink your daily routines and use them to reduce your stress.

Courageous Conversations on Racism and Religious Bigotry: Engaging Clients and Colleagues
Presented by Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD
Course: #110Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This webinar demonstrates a practical framework for engaging clients and colleagues in courageous conversations about potentially challenging topics: racism and religious bigotry. Participants will learn specific theories, strategies, and skills for dealing with expressions of racism or religious bigotry within a therapeutic or professional relationship.

Social Work in the Digital Age: Ethics and Risk Management Challenges
Presented by Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
Course: #89Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar will provide a succinct overview of complex ethics and risk management issues arising out of social workers’ increasing use of online and digital technology to serve clients. Dr. Frederic Reamer will discuss emerging ethical, regulatory, and practice standards designed to protect clients and prevent litigation and ethics complaints.

Post-Traumatic Growth: Fostering Resilience in Trauma Survivors
Presented by Patrice Berry, PsyD, LCP
Course: #85Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will define posttraumatic growth and describe ways to help build resilience in trauma survivors. In addition, this course will discuss ways to assess posttraumatic growth and specific interventions that build resilience in children, teens, and adults.

Introduction to Sport Social Work
Presented by Matt Moore, MSW, PhD
Course: #67Level: Introductory1 Hour
This webinar will provide an overview of the emerging social work sub-specialty, sport social work. This includes an overview of sport social work competencies, connection to social work practice, and career opportunities.

Clinical Social Work with Adoptive Parents: Issues and Guidelines
Presented by Deborah H. Siegel, PhD, LICSW, DCSW, ACSW
Course: #79Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar identifies challenges adoptive parents often encounter when seeking adoption competent care from clinical social workers and other mental health professionals; predictable normative developmental issues adoptive parents and their families commonly experience; assumptions and mistakes clinicians often make in their work with adoptive parents; and guidelines for adoption competent clinical intervention with adoptive parents.