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Ethical Considerations for Clincial Social Workers Providing Supervision

3.0 Supervision

NASWIA Chapter 0 780


This class has been designed as a follow up to the 6.0 Initial Clinical Supervision.


Presenter: Meg McKeon, EdD LISW

Thursday, June 1, 2023

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration/Check-in

9:00 am – 12:15 pm - Workshop with intermittent breaks

CEUs: 3.0

This workshop will introduce a couple of ethical screens and utilize them to explore the above topics and others as they pertain to the practice of ethical supervision. As the profession of social work changes and adapts to the world we live in, so does the practice of clinical supervision. Multicultural clientele, legal updates, multidisciplinary teams, and the increased use of technology are just some of the issues that create ethical questions for clinical supervisors. By establishing an awareness of ethical responsibilities, understanding the risks associated with providing clinical supervision along with the basic professional practice participants will better be prepared to avoid and manage potentially difficult ethical problems and dilemmas.

NASW-IA has determined that this program meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work for 3.0 hours of continuing education for LISWs, LMHCs, LMFTs performing clinical supervision for LMSWs working to become LISWs. Other professionals are welcome to attend if they believe the program meets the requirements of their professional licensure board.

Demystifying the Eating Disorder

Understanding Signs, Symptoms & Treatment

NASWIA Chapter 0 499



Presenter: Samantha DeCaro, PsyD, Licensed Clincial Psychologist in PA

Zoom link will be sent to all participants on Thursday, July 20

8:30 am - 9:00 am (CT): Registration/Check-in

9:00 am - 11:00 am(CT):Workshop 

There is no cost to attend this event.. If you would like CEUs, there is a $15.00 fee.

CEUs: 2.0

It is estimated that over 28 million Americans will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. While they affect people of all ages and backgrounds, adolescents are often at heightened risk for development of eating disorders, due to a combination of biological, psychological, and social factors. Social media is one of these contributing factors, which can negatively impact self-image and body image, and in turn reinforce risk for eating disorders.


Please join us for this 2 CE presentation where we will explore the most common eating disorder diagnoses – anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder (BED), and Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorder (OSFED) – by defining each disorder and identifying signs and symptoms. From there, we will share assessment ideas and tools, followed by considerations for appropriate treatment options. We will also highlight social media’s impacts on body image and self-esteem, which often generates unrealistic standards and may contribute to the development of eating disorders. Lastly, we’ll close out the presentation, within this context of digital and social media, how students can build a better relationship with their body.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to identify the 4 most common eating disorders.
  2. Participants will be able to identify 3 warning signs of each of the 4 eating disorders.
  3. Participants will be able to name 3 assessment tools to assess students with eating disorders.

Ethics and Social Work Practice

NASWIA Chapter 0 88

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Presenter: Joe Nemmers, LISW

St. Luke's Unity Point Hospital

1026 A. Avenue NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

Wednesday, September 13, 2023

5:00 pm - 5:30 pm: Registration/Check-in

5:30 pm - 8:45 pm: Workshop with intermittent breaks

CEUs: 3.0

Workshop Description:

Ethical practice is a top priority for social workers nationally. In today’s climate of extreme division of thoughts, ideas, and opinions, social workers must remain committed to the NASW Code of Ethics. This workshop will provide participants with an overview of ethical standards and our responsibilities as professionals as well as an understanding of the 2021 changes in NASW’s Code of Ethics that includes “Self Care” and renewed emphasis on “Cultural Competence.”

Upon completion of this workshop participants will:

  • Understand how burnout, vicarious trauma, and compassion fatigue impacts ethical decision making.
  • Be able to identify professional obligations to self-monitor and colleague’s self-care.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the importance of culture competence in today’s world and within our professional work.
  • Identify steps to improve cultural competence individually and in your agencies.

Continuing Education
NASW-IA has determined that this program meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work for 3.0 hours for social work ethics continuing education. Other professions are welcome to attend if they believe that the program meets the requirements of their professional licensure board.


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