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IMPORTANT WORKSHOP INFORMATION- TRACKS
Presenter: Patricia O'Dell, LCSW
The always popular Clinical Supervision Course will be offered at this year’s annual conference, so make sure to sign up early! Training topics include: Models of Clinical Supervision, Legal & Regulatory Issues, Supervisory Styles & Techniques, Transference & Counter-Transference, Record Keeping & Documentation, and Diversity & Personality/Behavior Types.
Participants must register for the full conference and attend ALL sessions of this course. Please note that those in the Clinical Supervision Course will not be able to attend keynote sessions and should not select any additional workshops. To register, only check the Clinical Supervision Box on the registration form. This course will follow the conference workshop schedule:
SUNDAY: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
MONDAY: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM & 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM
TUESDAY: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM & 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM
The conference allows for 19 hours of in-class instruction. Participants will receive a take-home component to complete and bring with them to Conference, allowing the course to complete 20 hours of instruction. This course meets the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners’ 20 continuing education credits related to supervision, and also includes 5 Ethics credits and 3 Social and Cultural Competence credits. (C, S/C, E)
Brought to you by the Network for Social Work Management
Many social workers hold administrative and management positions, while many others aspire to become managers, supervisors, and executive directors. There has been an increasing demand to offer cutting-edge approaches to handling issues inherent to administrative roles, and so we are delighted to announce that the 2013 Administrative & Management Track is sponsored by the Network for Social Work Management.
The Network for Social Work Management is an international membership organization (with a local NJ Chapter) for social workers who are working at all levels of management and across a broad and diverse range of human services organizations. They also offer the Certified Social Work Manager (CSWM) credential, so take a look at their website- www.socialworkmanager.org.
You do not need to register for all courses in this track; they can be taken in conjunction with any other courses offered at the Annual Conference.
ADM- S01 Financial Management Strategies for Sustaining Human Services in an Uncertain Environment (NC)
ADM-M01 Right Versus Wrong: The Gray Area of Workplace Ethics (NC)
ADM-T13 Get Your Story Straight: Trade Secrets for Federal Grant Writing (NC)
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ADDICTIONS & ATOD (Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs) TRACK
Brought to you by the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA)
The GCADA is extremely pleases to be able to sponsor the Addictions Track at the 2013 NASW-NJ Annual Conference. The Council recognizes the key role social workers play in outreach, education, advocacy, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation within the addictions community, as well as the dual roles many social workers have as both LSWs/LCSWs/ and CADCs/LCADCs. The GCADA leads New Jersey's efforts to plan for and coordinate addiction prevention, treatment, prevention policy and services through development of a Comprehensive State Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Master Plan submitted annually to the Governor and State Legislature. The Council also administers the State's $10 million Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Program, which is the largest network of community-based anti-drug coalitions in the nation. Public awareness and education is another critical function of the Council which is uniquely positioned to utilize its "bully pulpit" to raise awareness and educate the general public about alcoholism and drug abuse.
This track includes 5 courses that can be applied to recertification of the CADC/LCADC. You do not need to register for all courses in this track; they can be taken in conjunction with any other courses offered at the Conference.
ATOD-S02 I Feel Fat! Eating Disordered Youth: Power Struggle? Treatment Dilemma! (C)
ATOD- M02 21st Century Drugs: A Quick, Yet Complete, Crash Course (C)
ATOD- M03 Eating Disorder Documentary Someday Melissa and Guided Discussions for Recovery (C)
ATOD- T01 Substance and Sexual Abuse: Connecting and Understanding these Complex Issues (C)
ATOD- T14 Crossing the Line: When Gamblers Turn to Crime (C)
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