NASW Arizona Summer CEU Special

NASW Arizona Summer CEU Special

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Summer Special: Earn up to 21CEUs from our recorded conference workshops! Once registered, we'll send a unique link to the online platform

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NOTE: IF YOU ATTENDED THE CONFERENCE, YOU CANNOT REGISTER. This offer is only available to those who did not already register for our annual conference last November.

Did you miss our annual conference registration? Good news, you can still watch our 21 recorded workshops at your own pace this summer and earn CEU credits toward your licensure.

Keynote from Dr. Elizabeth Lightfoot

Social Workers Value Competence (Counts towards Ethics)

A1: Behavioral Health & Telehealth Ethics, Tobi Zavala, Executive Director ABBHE

A2: 2021 Revisions to the NASW Code of Ethics: Self-Care and Cultural Competence

A3: The Ethics of Rural Social Work, Steven Pharris

Social Workers Value Social Justice (counts toward cultural competence)

B1: COVID and the Adaptations of Domestic Violence Advocates, Megan Lindsey Brown, Ph.D. 

B2: Social Work and Federal Policy Advocacy, Sarah Butts, MSW & Lee Westgate, MSW, MBA, LCSW-C

B3: Allyship in Social Work, Elisa Kawam, Ph.D.

Social Workers Value Dignity and Worth of Individuals

C1: Ambiguous Loss: Living with Uncertainty, Lori Nisson

C2: Everyone Makes Sense When You Know the Whole Story: Understanding Self and Others Through the Lens of CBT and Trauma, Ryan Sheade, LCSW

C3: Trauma Informed Care, Erin Lowry

Social Workers Embody Integrity (Counts towards Cultural Competency) 

D2: Native American Connections, Tallerita Tunney Rogers, LMSW MPA 

D3: Policy Issues Impacting Communities of the Southwest, Alison Mohr Boleware, LMSW

Social Workers Value Human Relationships

E1:"Why You Playin'?" Using Play to Empower and Build Self-Esteem in Girls, Erica Tatum-Sheade, LCSW

E2: Equal Access: Effects of COVID on Disability Policy, April Reed

E3: Building Coalitions, Judy Krysik 

Social Workers Value Service

F1: The Magic of Mindfulness - Service Starts With You, Jamie Valderrama  

F2: Working with Refugee Communities (counts toward cultural competence)

F3: Protecting Human Rights in the Crimmigratory State: The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Project, Cherra Mathis, MSW (counts toward cultural competence)

Social Workers Address Social Problems (counts toward cultural competence)

G1: DEI and CRT: What does that have to do with me?, Caitlin Alfonso and Christine Joy Brunson

G2: Building Community Coalitions to Support Children, Youth and Families, Zaida Dedolph Children's Action Alliance

G3: From Policy to Practice: Supporting Transgender and Nonbinary Youth, Madelaine Adelman, Isaac Akapnitis, LMSW, Trey Jenkins, MSW

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