Professional Development

New Addition to the NASW-CA Annual Conference Program

New Addition to the NASW-CA Annual Conference Program

Julia Weber, JD, MSW, will present a workshop entitled, “Gun Violence Prevention: The Role of Mental Health Providers and Gun Violence Restraining Orders,” during the first group of workshop sessions (10:45-12:15) at the NASW-CA annual conference on November 2 at the San Mateo Marriott. 

The role firearms play in mass casualties, suicide, and domestic violence ..Read More…


The first group of workshops at the NASW-CA Annual Conference on Saturday, November 2 at the San Mateo Marriott will offer CEUs on a number of important and pertinent topics in social work today. 

Join our Technology Council Co-Chair Christa Tipton, MSW, as she presents, “Hoarding Behaviors: Insights and Innovations.” This session will address how ..Read More…

Need Pre-Licensure Courses or CEUs?

Registration is open and it’s time to register for this year’s NASW-CA Annual Conference! 

On your way to licensure? We are offering courses that fulfill the pre-licensure requirements: Human Sexuality, Aging and Long Term Care, Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting, and Suicide and Other Self-Harming Behaviors: Assessment, Intervention and Risk Management Issues.

For those who are prepping for ..Read More…

Register for the CalSWEC Title IV-E Summit

The 2019 CalSWEC Title IV-E Summit is an annual event that convenes
child welfare social work practitioners, educators, and CalSWEC Title IV-E
students. The Summit is intended to link social work theory with applied
practice, while providing opportunities for a diverse group of child
welfare stakeholders to network and learn from one another. 

Registration for ..Read More…