Professional Development

Native American Student Social Work Scholarship Recipients

The NASW California chapter Native American Student Social Work Scholarship is a monetary grant awarded to master’s or bachelor’s social work degree candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to working with, or who have a special affinity with, American Indian/Alaska Native populations, or in public and voluntary nonprofit agency settings.

This is a statewide scholarship that is ..Read More…

Introduction to the Harm Reduction Approach in Addiction Recovery

Instructor: Coreena Hendrickson, LCSW

Hours/CEUs: 2

Format: Mixed-media 1—Read online content and access web-based video clips and material.

Process: Register and pay for course. Read online content and access web-based video clips and material. Pass online posttest and print certificate of completion.

Course Description
Since 1979, the United States ..Read More…

Online Course

New NASW-CA Online DSM-5 Course
(5-CEUs)

Title:  An Introduction to the DSM-5

Instructor:  Patricia Lenahan, LCSW, LMFT, BCETS

Hours/CEUs:  5

Format:  Mixed-media 1—Read online content and access web-based video clips and material.

Process:  Register and pay for course. Read online content and access web-based video clips and material. Pass online posttest and ..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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