Continued Social Work Phone: 866-419-0818


CE Courses Text for Social Workers

Filter:
Live Webinars
Video
Text
Audio
State Requirement Info

Searching all 24 courses


FERPA: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Presented by PJ Winters, EdD
VideoAudioText
Course: #1151Level: Introductory1 Hour
Receive an overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) including practical advice regarding the regulation of FERPA by Local Education Agencies (LEAs). Also learn ways in which this federal law affects your practice in service to schools. It is important that social workers who work with students in educational institutions be familiar with FERPA.

Social Work Supervision: One Size Doesn't Fit All
Presented by Michelle Gricus, DSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
VideoText
Course: #1142Level: Advanced1 Hour
Great social workers are often expected to be great supervisors; however, supervision has its own skill set that needs to be learned and practiced. Through exercises and examples, this course explores some of the complexities in managerial and clinical supervision roles.

Social Work Ethics: Setting and Maintaining Healthy Boundaries
Presented by Mary L. Held, PhD, LCSW
VideoText
Course: #1164Level: Advanced1.25 Hour
This course provides an overview of social work ethics as relates to setting boundaries. In addition, ethical decision-making is discussed in regards to risky situations. Case examples are provided.

Foundations of Supervision in Social Work Practice
Presented by Alison D. Peak, MSW, LCSW, IMH-E
VideoText
Course: #1090Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course provides introductory content regarding supervision as a cornerstone of social work practice, the ethical considerations for providing supervision, and styles of supervision.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in Social Work
Presented by Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
VideoAudioText
Course: #1064Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of complex boundary and dual relationship issues in social work. Dr. Frederic Reamer will present a typology of boundary challenges; include case examples; and discuss practical strategies to protect clients and help prevent lawsuits and ethics complaints.

Understanding the Impact of Collective Trauma on the Mental Health of the Millennial Generation
Presented by Tiffany Hall, MS, LMFT
VideoAudioText
Course: #1092Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course explores the unique mental health challenges facing millennials and potential clinical interventions to address those mental health challenges.

Understanding Trauma Part 1: What It Is and How It Shows Up
Presented by Nicole Steward, MSW, RYT
VideoText
Course: #15Level: Introductory1 Hour
Trauma is an ever-present reality in today’s world and it’s showing up more and more in the work we do. This is Part 1 of a 2-part presentation and will provide clarity on what trauma is, how trauma impacts the nervous system and how trauma shows up for us in the work we do. Part 2 can be found in our course library, event 16.

Treating Non-Suicidal Self-injury
Presented by Patrice Berry, PsyD, LCP
VideoAudioText
Course: #13Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will define non-suicidal self-injury and dispel common myths about self-injury. This course will also discuss how to assess, safety plan, and treat non-suicidal self-injury.

Immigration and Sexual Abuse: Protecting Undocumented Children
Presented by April Dirks, PhD, MSW, LISW
VideoText
Course: #90Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation is designed for helping professionals who are concerned about sexual abuse of undocumented Latino children living in the United States. The prevalence of sexual abuse of Latino children immigrating to the U.S. will be reviewed as well as best-practice behaviors for treating trauma in these children, stemming from core values of cultural competence and trauma-informed care.

Clinical Social Work with Adoptive Parents: Issues and Guidelines
Presented by Deborah H. Siegel, PhD, LICSW, DCSW, ACSW
VideoAudioText
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.

Our site uses cookies to improve your experience. By using our site, you agree to our Privacy Policy.