"Here's the truth, folks...": Myth-Busting for Ethical Social Work Practice
An ethics webinar for all social workers (2 CEUs)
Our ability to practice social work ethically is often impacted by misconceptions and misunderstandings that abound – not in the public, but within our own profession. “Who can call themselves a social worker?” “Do I need to be licensed if I’m not in clinical practice?” “Can I connect with clients over social media?” “What’s the actual difference between the Board of Social Work and NASW?” This will be an ethics webinar unlike any other; we will be busting the biggest myths and addressing the most common questions that we get from Minnesota social workers.
Whether you’ve been in practice for 3 months or 30 years, you are guaranteed to learn something new (and probably surprising!). Come get the truth about licensure; use of technology; dual relationships; liability; the connection between macro, mezzo, and micro practice - and practical, applicable information that you need to engage in ethical social work practice. We will also be discussing the importance of accurate representation of our profession and adequate compensation of social workers as an ethical issue.
If you are unable to be present for the live webinar, please register and we will send you the recording, which you can count as independent study CEUs.
WEBINAR LINK WILL BE E-MAILED TO YOU THE DAY BEFORE THE WEBINAR AT THE E-MAIL ADDRESS PROVIDED DURING REGISTRATION. We recommend using a personal e-mail address in order to avoid organizational firewalls that may block or spam this e-mail, and to ensure receipt of the webinar access link.
About the Presenter
Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, is Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers, MN Chapter. She received her BSW from St. Olaf College, MSW from Augsburg College, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D in social work at the University of Minnesota. Karen is a community faculty member in the Masters of Social Work Program at the University of Minnesota teaching macro practice courses in Program Development, Leadership, Budgeting, Fundraising, and Social Policy. Previously Karen was Director of Youth and Family programs for a non-profit in North Minneapolis for 12 years, worked as a consultant helping organizations collect and utilize meaningful data and facilitating strategic planning, and served as adjunct faculty in the MSW programs at Augsburg College, the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine, St. Cloud State University, and St. Olaf College.
NASW Member - FREE
Not-Yet-Member - $20
REGISTER FOR JUNE 24 ETHICS WEBINAR