Now that social workers and clinicians are getting vaccinated across the state, what does that mean for your private practice? Join us as we check in again for our Re-Opening Your Private Practice discussion #3 as we share with one another steps we are taking to re-open our practices in this pandemic world. Are you sticking with telehealth? Are you seeing clients in person? Are you doing a blend? Let’s support one another!
Registration is now open!
FREE for members & $10 for non-members. Capacity will be limited.
Registration will be limited.
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ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Teresa Ejanda-Sano is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Social Work Supervisor with the Whole Person Care Program of Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Prior to HealthCare, she had 14 years experience working in child welfare and mental health. Teresa is a second generation Filipina American whose values were formed through witnessing her immigrant parents providing support to other family members and immigrants adjusting to life in the United States. She was fortunate to have mentors who helped shape her identity and supported her to feel seen. Outside of her full-time work, she has a part-time private practice. She is a mother of 3 children, 2 cats, wants a puppy, and has a partner who indulges her impulsive desires to start new hobbies.
S. Jolene Hui is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is the Director of Membership for NASW-CA. She is adjunct field faculty for the MSW Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills and a therapist in private practice. She is a foodie who loves to run, watch TV, and spend time with her family.