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Ethics and Risk Managment

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ETHICS AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Date: Friday, July 19, 2024

Location: Mount Mercy University

CRST International Graduate Center

1650 Matterhorn Drive NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

 

Additional information and registration details will be provided at a later date. This event is presented by NASW-Iowa Chapter, Mount Mercy University School of Social Work, and NASW Assurance.

Understanding Hoarding: A Guide for Clinicians

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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: Susan Dannen, LISW, RPT-S, RYT-200

Friday, August 9, 2024

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

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

Cost: Member: $50.00/Non-member: $80.00

WIth intermitten breaks

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

 

Workshop Description:

 

Hoarding is a compulsive behavior that involves much more than keeping excessive amounts of stuff. In this training we will look at the myths & misconceptions about hoarding, and how to differentiate between hoarding & other types of behaviors. Learn the diagnostic criteria for hoarding, along with understanding the brain differences which we believe underly hoarding. Explore the reasons people hoard, common symptoms of hoarding, and the impact hoarding has on both the individual and the family. We will then look at the options & challenges in treatment of hoarding disorder in this three-hour class.

 

Objectives:

 

  • Describe the difference between hoarding, collecting, & “being thrifty”
  • Identify the differences between hoarding disorder & OCD
  • Define clinical hoarding

Accountable Spaces

3.0 Supervision

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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: Sharaine Conners, LISW, CADC

Saturday, Augst 31, 2024

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

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

Cost: Member: $80.00/Non-member: $130.00

WIth intermitten breaks

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

Workshop Description:

 

The training on accountability in supervision of social workers focused on the importance of fostering transparent and accountable spaces for supervision. It highlighted key strategies for supervisors to promote accountability, including clear expectations, regular check-ins, and reflective practice. Participants gained practical insights into establishing effective supervision practices to support professional growth and ethical practice among social workers.

Workshop Goals:

  • Educate participants on the importance of creating accountable spaces for supervision in social work practice.
  • Provide practical strategies for supervisors to foster accountability in supervision sessions.
  • Define the concept of accountability in the context of social work supervision.
  • Explore the role of accountability in promoting professional growth and ethical practice among social workers.
  • Identify key components of accountable supervision, including clear expectations, feedback mechanisms, and transparency.
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Liability of Providing Supervision

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VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

 

Liablity of Providing Supervision

Date: Thursday, October 10, 2024

Additional information and registration details will be provided at a later date. This event is presented by NASW-Iowa Chapter and NASW Assurance.

Treatment Planning 101

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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: Sharaine Conners, LISW, CADC

Saturday, October  19, 2024

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

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

Cost: Member: $25.00/Non-member: $50.00

WIth intermitten breaks

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

Workshop Description:

THIS TRAINING IS DESIGNED FOR PROFESSIONALS NEW TO THE FIELD

The training on treatment planning for new social workers provided an overview of client-centered approaches, assessment tools, and ethical considerations. It equips participants with practical strategies for developing individualized treatment plans and emphasizes the importance of collaboration and cultural competence in achieving positive outcomes for clients.

Workshop Goals:

  • Define the concept of treatment planning in social work practice and its significance in achieving client outcomes.
  • Explore the principles of client-centered and strengths-based approaches to treatment planning.
  • Identify key components of a treatment plan, including assessment, goal setting, intervention strategies, and evaluation methods.
  • Discuss the importance of collaboration and engagement with clients, families, and interdisciplinary teams in the treatment planning process.
  • Provide examples and case studies illustrating effective treatment planning strateg
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