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Serving Formerly Incarcerated Individuals: Understanding the Challenges of Reentry
Presented by Christina Reardon, MSW, LSW
Course: #1516Level: Intermediate1.08 Hours
This course explores the complex challenges formerly incarcerated individuals face when reentering communities and examines how these challenges are the byproducts of historical, political and societal forces. The course also describes efforts to assist formerly incarcerated individuals and outlines why social workers with their strengths-based and person-in-environment perspectives are well suited to advocate for reforms to make reentry easier.

Therapeutic Relationship Ethics: Adapting in Our Modern World - Teletherapy and Self Disclosure
Presented by Lily Ostler, MSW, LMSW
Course: #1494Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Social work is grounded in ethics. This course explores social work's code of ethics and implications for therapeutic relationships. In addition, this course covers the history of therapeutic relationship ethics and defines current changes in practice. This course also provides insight into how both the use of teletherapy and self-disclosure have changed in the modern therapeutic world.

Decreasing Caregiver Burnout
Presented by Mira Rollins, OTR/L
Course: #1501Level: Introductory1.05 Hours
Successful outcomes and sustained health and wellness for patients depend on the compliance and performance of caregivers. This presentation identifies specific symptoms of caregiver burnout as well as interventions and goals to incorporate into the plan of care.

Grief in Family Systems
Presented by Tami J. Micsky, DSW, MSSA, LSW, CT
Course: #1492Level: Introductory1 Hour
Grief is a process and it impacts families in various ways. This webinar explores the impact of loss and grief on family systems.

Reasonable Modifications: What Does The ADA Say And What Are The Rights Of Your Clients?
Presented by Kathryn Sorensen, OTD, OTR/L, ADAC
Course: #1491Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This short course is designed to give social workers an understanding of the rights and laws of people with disabilities as put into law under the ADA, FHA, AACA and other laws. It is these laws that allow people with disabilities to engage in occupations in the areas of work, home, public and private entities, transportation, and communication.

Identifying Clinical Biases
Presented by Michelle Gricus, DSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
Course: #1490Level: Advanced1 Hour
In order to effectively work with clients, social work practitioners must be aware of their own biases. This course explores clinical biases and effective ways to improve decision-making and ultimately reduce bias.

Cybersecurity for Telehealth
Presented by Josiah Dykstra, PhD, MS
Course: #1489Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Telehealth is here to stay and now is the best time to apply secure practices to ensure safe and compliant delivery. This course describes vulnerabilities in telehealth delivery and provides practical advice for social workers who offer or are considering offering telehealth services.

Addressing Race in Clinical Social Work Services with Black Clients
Presented by Stephenie Howard, PhD, LCSW
Course: #1478Level: Introductory1 Hour
Participants explore the need to address race-related factors in clinical social work services. This course also provides strategies for increasing Black cultural awareness.

Self-Compassion and Reflection: Supports for Organizational Well-Being and Secondary Trauma
Presented by Alison D. Peak, MSW, LCSW, IMH-E
Course: #1471Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course considers the role of self-compassion as a contributing factor to clinician well-being and organizational wellness. This presentation will define self-compassion, consider self-compassion as a resource for clinicians in practice, define organizational wellness, and consider the interconnection between organizational and clinician wellness.

Is Diversity Training Enough? Assessing the Ethical Obligation of Diversity in Healthcare: Implications for Women of Color (WOC)
Presented by Brittany Nwachuku, EdD, LCSW, LISW, OSW-C
Course: #1466Level: Advanced1 Hour
The ethical responsibility of healthcare professionals to remain competent in understanding the multiple identities experienced by Women of Color (WOC) and how this can impact their overall care is explored in this course. Participants examine the concept of intersectionality and how best to provide a multi-dimensional approach to working with clients.

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