Reflections on Writing & Publishing Books About Social Work
Part of our monthly Lunch 'n Learn Webinar Series
Wednesday, August 3 - 12-1 p.m. CST via Zoom
Presenter: Sarah Meisinger, MSW, LICSW
The process of writing and publishing can feel daunting to even the most passionate and determined author. This webinar focuses on the creative aspects of taking preliminary thoughts and ideas about a topic in the field of social work and developing them into a book proposal. Highlights include the presenter’s creative process, writing style and focus, and a general overview of the manuscript editing and final submission process through book publication.
You will receive the access link the day before the webinar.
About the Presenter
Sarah Meisinger is a licensed independent clinical social worker at St. Cloud State University’s counseling center. She completed her undergraduate degree in social work at St. Cloud State University and holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of St. Thomas. Meisinger has experience working in healthcare, education, nonprofit, and human service settings. During the past 15 years, she has taught social work courses at the undergraduate and graduate level at St. Cloud State University and Augsburg University. Meisinger’s areas of specialty include crisis assessment and response, veterans’ issues, trauma and substance abuse. She is the author of Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social Worker’s Experiences and Insights from the Field (NASW Press, 2009) and Exploring Boundaries in Social Work Practice: The Space In Between (Cognella Academic Publishing, 2021). Sarah proudly serves on NASW-MN’s board as the Central Minnesota Regional Representative.
Pricing and Registration
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