Monthly Archives: December 2015

Upcoming Event: Multicultural Counseling in Community Practice

Upcoming Event: Multicultural Counseling in Community Practice

The NASW CCU is very excited to announce that, on January 22, 2016 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm we will be hosting a full-day training: Multicultural Counseling in Community Practice, taught by Dr. Matthew Mock.

Dr. Mock is an esteemed professor of psychology at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at John F. Kennedy University. He ..Read More…

An Open Letter to Social Workers

By Gene Rothman, DSW, Interfaith Liaison, Social Action and Social Justice Council, NASW California

Summary: Even the mainstream media are now reporting that poverty, various addictions and increased suicides among working-class whites in the American heartland have increased.

The combination of problems of poverty, these addictions, mental health issues and suicide could ..Read More…

No LMFT and LCSW Board Exams Until January 1, 2016

During the scheduled exam blackout period, which lasts until January 1, 2016, Psychological Services (PSI) will not administer any of the Board’s exams, for LMFT and LCSW candidates.

After January 1, 2016, PSI will begin to administer the new LMFT and LCSW California Law & Ethics exams, as well as the new LMFT Clinical ..Read More…

Scorecard for the 2015 Legislative Session

By Rebecca Gonzales, Director of Government Relations and Political Affairs

The National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter (NASW-CA) is proud to release our 2015 Legislative Scorecard.  NASW-CA represents over 10,000 professional social workers who have degrees from accredited social work programs.

NASW-CA advocates on behalf of our members and their clients, ..Read More…

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