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Clinical Supervision for Social Work: Monitoring and Mentoring Mental Health Professionals

Initial 6.0 Supervision

NASWIA Chapter 0 591

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

This event will not be recorded. 
Content from this virtual workshop will not be 
available at a later date. You will need to attend this event on the scheduled date and at the scheduled time. 

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Presenter: Dr. Meg McKeon, EdD

 

Friday, May 3, 2024

Check-in: 8:30 am - 9:00 am CT

Workshop: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm CT

Cost: Member: $150/Non-member: $210.00

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Please note that NASW-Iowa Chapter charges a $25.00 administrative fee for all cancellations.

This NASW-IA sponsored comprehensive 6-hour workshop addresses the most critical issues for the clinical supervisor in social work.

Key concepts to be covered include:

  • Responsibilities and models of supervision.
  • Iowa regulatory and NASW requirements for supervision and the supervision plan.
  • Parallel process and effectively evaluating and improving supervision.
  • Research examining supervision models will be explored.

 

Through presentation, large group and small group discussions, the following aspects of supervision will be explored in this training:

  1. The purpose, role, and functions of supervision.
  2. Theories and models of supervision.
  3. Oversight and guidance of supervissess who diagnose, create trea

Boards, Complaints, and Ethics: Protecting Ourselves and Our Clients

3.0 Ethics

NASWIA Chapter 0 1059

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

This event will not be recorded. 
Content from this virtual workshop will not be 
available at a later date. You will need to attend this event on the scheduled date and at the scheduled time. 

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Presenter: Tony Raymer, LISW, RPT-S

Thursday, June 13, 2024

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

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

Cost: Member: $40.00/Non-member: $70.00

CEUs: 3.0

Workshop Description:

 

Learn about not only the process of submitting and responding to a complaint through your licensing board, but common complaints, how we protect ourselves, and how we prepare for their roles in Clinical Social Work Services.

 

Objectives:

 

  • Identify how to complete a complaint with the Iowa Bureau of Professional Licensure
  • Identify at least three common scenarios seen as complaints in Iowa.
  • Identify at least three steps you will take to protect yourself, your practice, and your clients.
  • Describe the Impaired Practitioner Program in Iowa and how to access it.

The opinions, findings, recommendations, or conclusions expressed by a presenting author or speaker do not necessarily reflect the views of NASW Iowa Chapter.

Presenter: 

Tony Raymer is a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (RPT-S) who has worked in the field of mental health and disability supports in Polk County since 2007. A graduate of Wartburg College and the University of Iowa with a Master’s in Social Work, Tony has supported children and families, as well as adults with disabilities in not only the therapy office individually, but in the community and through group therapy with the goal of maximum independence in mind.  Tony is the Director of Brain Health at Easterseals Iowa where leading two services:

  • Brain health/mental health therapy focused especially on supporting people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and their supp

Starting Your Private Practice

NASWIA Chapter 0 535

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

This event will not be recorded. 
Content from this virtual workshop will not be 
available at a later date. You will need to attend this event on the scheduled date and at the scheduled time. 

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Presenter: Dr. Alyssa Clayden, LISW

LIVE WEBINAR: Friday, June 14, 2024

Check-in: 8:30 am - 9:00 am CT

Workshop: 9:00 am - 12:15 pm CT

Cost: Member Rate: $30.00/Non-member: $60.00

Workshop Description

Social work education prepares us for clinical work but doesn't give us the information we need to start and be successful in private practice. This education session is focused on the nitty gritty details including:

  • What are the early stages of starting a private practice.
  • Registering a business’
  • Options available to you in starting a private practice.
  • How to panel with and get paid by insurance (including hacks and tips to make this easier!)
  • Insurance notes and coding to meet reimbursement requirements.
  • Negotiating contracts with insurance.&

Clinical Social Work Supervision: Professionalism, Boundary Issues & Countertransference in the Practice Setting

3.0 Supervision

NASWIA Chapter 0 494

This class is for individuals who have had the initial 6.0 clinical supervision class.

 

This course has been designed to meet the requirements of the Iowa Board of Social Work & the Iowa Board of Behavioral Health for LISWs, LMHCs and LMFTS who are providing clinical supervision to LMSWs, t-LMHCs and t-LMFTS working towards their clinical licensure.

 

Clinical Social Work Supervision: Professionalism, Boundary Issues & Countertransference in the Practice Setting

Presenter: Joe Nemmers, LISW

Live Webinar - Monday, June 24, 2024

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

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

Cost: Member Rate: $75.00/Non-member Rate: $125.00

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