Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dr. Philip Tsui Speaks on “Working with Asian Immigrant Clients and Their Families”

By Nancy Lim-Yee, LCSW

The Asian Pacific Islander Social Work Council hosted its annual summer gathering on August 30, 2014 at the Oakland Campus of the California State University East Bay.

In addition to having an opportunity to share some incredible Hawaiian food and to network with one another, members of the ..Read More…

New NASW Member Resources Available!

New Practice Perspective on Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation available to NASW members: www.socialworkers.org/practice/newsletters/default.asp

Early registration is now open for Hospice Foundation of America’s (HFA’s) 2015 Living with Grief® program, The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, sponsored by NASW. The program, worth three NASW-approved continuing education credits, features NASW members Nancy ..Read More…

Each Mind Matters:  California’s Mental Health Movement Unites

Californians in Statewide Suicide Prevention Mobilization  

40th Annual Suicide Prevention Week is  
September 8-14, 2014

Each Mind Matters: California’s Mental Health Movement is uniting Californians across the state to increase awareness that suicide is preventable and put tools to prevent suicide within reach during the 40th Annual Suicide Prevention Week, September ..Read More…

Region B: San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Silicon Valley

San Luis Obispo Unit Report

 By L. Jeanette Davis

Our San Luis Obispo unit fall schedule begins on Thursday, September 25th. Attorney Dan W. Scott will present a 2 CEU program on “Cooperative Divorce, Mediation, and Other Alternatives to Litigation.” This presentation is intended to help therapeutic practitioners help their clients reach ..Read More…

Position Opening: Program Director, School Readiness

The Child Abuse Prevention Center in Orange County is seeking a Full Time Program Director to grow its new School Readiness Early Childhood Mental Health program. The program identifies children ages 0-6 experiencing behavioral issues in order to intervene at the earliest age possible and prepare the child for attending school. The full job posting ..Read More…

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