Replenishing Practitioner Hope – Effectively and Ethically Treating Persons with Dual Disorders: Mental Illnesses and Substance Use by Dr. Deborah Webb. Register Here.
If we take an honest inventory, most practitioners in the related treatment fields of substance use disorders, mental health, and dual disorders will admit having experienced frustration around ethical dilemmas and a sense of ineffectiveness when trying to assist clients with severe mental illnesses and substance use problems. This workshop will help clinicians reframe what we do and why we do it, shoring up our boundaries and replenishing our own hope for the eventual successful dual recovery of even our most challenged clients. Experience a renewed sense of freedom to ethically assist others without taking on the responsibility of working their recovery programs for them. Come prepared to informally share and problem-solve, as a group, baffling dual disorder scenarios from your practice. Lastly, update your language and conceptualization of substance use disorders utilizing the DSM 5 terminology and ideology (APA, 2013).Find out more »
“Non-profit Boot Camp Certificate Program: Leading People/Managing Change” by Julia Cuba, MSW, Meg Poag, MSW and Russell Smith, LMSW. Register Here.
This session offers an in-depth guide to the leadership of people and change management in non-profits. Using case studies, lectures and discussions, participants will learn practical strategies for attracting and developing a talented staff, creating a dynamic and accountable organizational culture and managing growth and change inside organizations. The course will also explore the ethical dilemmas Executive Directors may face as they manage teams of people through non-profit growth and change. This course is the last of a Non-Profit Leadership Bootcamp and will conclude with an activity that will allow the class to review the series content and participate in a Q&A with all three E.D.’s.
Participants will be able to:
- Discuss strategies for securing, onboarding and developing talented staff
- Use strategies for developing a strong organizational culture
- Have knowledge of effective models for organizational growth and change management using case studies from ED’s in the field
- Critically examine ethical issues involved with staffing an organization
- Apply practical tools, tips and strategies to create a culture of accountability
CEUs : 6.0 CEU/contact hours including 1.0 ethics CEUS • Approved for Social Workers • LPC • LMFTFind out more »
3rd Annual Community and Administrative Leadership (CAL) Capstone Symposium
Join us and support students in the Community and Administrative Leadership (CAL) Concentration as they do Pecha Kucha style presentations of evidence-based macro practice projects completed for the CAL Capstone course. Reception to follow in the School of Social Work foyer.Find out more »
Advanced DSM-5: Case Conceptualization and Ethical Considerations by Dr. Elizabeth Pomeroy. Register Here.
It has been 20 years since the DSM IV-TR was published. The transition from the DSM IV-TR to the DSM-5 can be complex and confusing. This workshop will assist clinical social workers in developing an understanding of the organizational structure and the major diagnostic changes associated with the most recent diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. Ethical issues related to some of the new diagnoses and assessment will be discussed. Practitioners will be provided with a roadmap for navigating these changes. This workshop will not only provide social workers the knowledge and skills to utilize the DSM-5 in the most efficient and effective manner, but will provide a forum for discourse on challenges related to ethical issues of some of the new diagnoses.Find out more »
Children: The Forgotten Grievers by Dr. Barbara Jones. Register Here.
This presentation will address children and grief, including children’s losses and common developmental reactions. The needs of children facing loss will be discussed as well as the tasks of grief for children. Interventions that may be helpful to grieving children will be presented, and there will be an opportunity for group discussion of challenges and successes in addressing children’s grief.Find out more »