Monthly Archives: February 2017

Protect Yourself Against a Client Data Breach!

Client data protection is important. As you use many methods to transfer, store and protect your clients’ private information, many of the electronic commerce platforms used are vulnerable to cyber security breaches: computers, laptops, cell phones and office files.  Security breaches can also happen to platforms owned by other companies, a third party, placing the ..Read More…

CAREER FAIR

Magellan Health is hosting a Career Fair 10am-6pm on Friday, March 10th, at our San Diego office: 3131 Camino Del Rio North, 8th Floor, Suite 850, San Diego, CA 92108.

We are looking for candidates with licenses (LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, Psychologist and even RN) to fill a variety of roles:

Military & Family Life Counselor ..Read More…

IN MEMORIAM


K. Morgan Yamanaka

April 14, 1924 to January 27, 2017 (age 92)

It was on January 27, 2017, at the age of 92 years that Morgan Yamanaka passed away peacefully in his sleep in Mill Valley, Calif.

He was preceded in death in 2009, by his loving wife, Ruth ..Read More…

Policy Statements Ready for Review

The second set of revised public and professional policy statements are ready for member review and comment.  For this round there are seven policies up for review:

Poverty and Economic Justice Civil Liberties and Justice Environmental Policy Language and Cultural Diversity in the U.S. International Policy on Human Rights Family Policy Professional Self-Care ..Read More…

Social Action Social Justice Council Report: Healing Through Resistance Event a Success! 

Social Action Social Justice Council members participated in the 11th Annual Social Justice Symposium, held on January 28, 2017 at Martin Luther King Middle School in Berkeley, with some 500-plus students and community members attending.

Under this year’s theme, “Healing Through Resistance,” the event featured 26 workshop sessions on topics ranging from homelessness ..Read More…

School of Social Work Declares Intent to Change Admissions Status

The School of Social Work at Chico State is in process of changing admissions status.

If approved by the Chancellor’s Office approves this, impaction will be effective starting the 2018-2019 academic year for first-year applicants.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

http://theorion.com/61836/news/school-of-social-work-declares-intent-to-change-admissions-status/

Long Beach Social Worker Leads Revolution

By S. Jolene Hui, LCSW, NASW-CA Director of Membership

Daniel Brezenoff is advocacy in action—proof that social workers can bring about social change. He started a change.org petition that garnered the most signatures of any change.org petition…ever.

The petition—which went on to receive 4.9 million signatures—was entitled “Electoral College: Make Hillary Clinton President” and ..Read More…

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