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Reminder: Chapter Resource Webpages Related to “COVID-19” and “Ending Racism” Available

Reminder: Chapter Resource Webpages Related to “COVID-19” and “Ending Racism” Available

NASW-CA is dedicated to supporting members, clients, and their communities through timely and insightful resources related to COVID-19 and Ending Racism listed on the chapter’s website. Additionally, there are two new online courses that are free to members: “Paths to Ending Racism in America” and “Racial Trauma: Clinical Assessment and Intervention.”

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NASW-CA Launches Resources Related to Ending Racism and Social Justice

Members are encouraged to visit the new “Resources Related to Racism and Social Justice” webpage at https://www.naswca.org/page/resources-related-to-racism-and-social-justice

There is also a new online course “Paths to Ending Racism in America” (2-hours/CEUs), which is available for free for all NASW members. This engaging and multimedia course is designed to for all social works (social students, BSWs, MSWs, ..Read More…

New NASW-CA Resource: Managing Stress and Preventing Burnout During COVID-19

Free Online CEUs: The chapter’s online program is offering this new 3-unit course for free to NASW members. For details, visit  https://www.socialworkweb.com/s/freeceus.

Please email questions about the CEU course to support@naswca.org.  

Free Publication: NASW members and new graduates who do not need continuing education, can access publication here:

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Telemental Health Training and Resources

NASW-CA Online CE Course

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Telemental Health Services (4-CEUs). This course includes “50 Practical Procedures for Telemental Health Practice”

https://www.socialworkweb.com/#/details/1711

Publications

American Telemedicine Association. Practice guidelines for video-based online mental health services.

https://www.integration.samhsa.gov/operations-administration/practice-guidelines-for-video-based-online-mental-health-services_ATA_5_29_13.pdf

Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) International Task Force. Model Regulatory Standards for Technology and Social ..Read More…

Announcement: New Out-of-State Applicant Requirements as of January 1, 2020

As of January 1, 2020, there were changes to the requirements for out-of-state applicants. For full details, read the new BBS publication “Guide to LCSW Out-of-State Applicant Requirements” available at: 
https://www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/lcsw_guide.pdf.

For questions about these new requirements, contact the BBS through email at https://www.dca.ca.gov/webapps/bbs/contact.php

One of the new requirements for all out-of-state applicants ..Read More…

Announcing the NASW-California Chapter Natural Disaster Online Continuing Education (CE) Scholarship

FILE PHOTO: Firefighters battle a wind-driven wildfire called the Saddle Ridge fire in the early morning hours Friday in Porter Ranch, California, U.S., October 11, 2019. REUTERS/Gene Blevins

To support current NASW members (1) who reside full-time in California; (2) who are currently registered with the licensing board (BBS); and who lost their permanent residence or ..Read More…

Licensure Update

January CE Fair in Irvine DATES: January 23-25, 2014 LOCATION: Marriott Hotel, 18000 Von Karman Ave., Irvine, CA 92612 ROOM RESERVATIONS: Call the hotel at (949) 553-0100 and request the NASW rate – $89 per night. PARKING: $7 per day/ approximate REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Monday – January 6, 2014. Registration fees increase $25 after this date. Human ..Read More…

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