Lunch N Learn Webinar: Social Workers as Leaders in Public Life

Social Workers as Leaders in Public Life

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Monthly Lunch 'n Learn Webinar Series

Every first Wednesday of the month, from 12-1 p.m. (1 CEU*)

NASW-MN is proud to offer a new simple way to get a CEU every month. Join us online every first Wednesday of the month to learn about a different topic. No need to travel. Just log in, no matter where you're located. All you need is your lunch and a computer!

 

PLEASE NOTE: You will need to click the GoTo Webinar link in your confirmation message to complete your registration. After registering on this site, please click the highlighted link in your confirmation message. YOUR REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE COMPLETE UNLESS YOU REGISTER VIA GOTO WEBINAR.

April 1

 

Social Workers as Leaders in Public Life

 

Presenters: Representative Hodan Hassan, MSW; and Representative Heather Edelson, MSW

 

Please join us for a discussion with guests Representatives Hodan Hassan and Heather Edelson, both social workers serving in our state House of Representatives. They will share insights on how their social work background informs them as policymakers and running campaigns. They will also discuss how social workers can get involved in policy and civic engagement. Any social workers in community practice,  or who are working in or interested in policy advocacy, community organizing, social welfare policy, or civic engagement should attend this webinar.

About the Presenters

Rep. Hassan (62A) is a single mom, immigrant, clinical social worker, and community activist. She worked as a Mental Health Clinician and Senior Clinical Social Worker for Hennepin County. This experience deeply impacted her as a person and her desire to help expand access to mental health services and affordable housing.

Rep. Edelson (49A) grew up in North Minneapolis, is a first-generation college graduate, mother, mental health therapist, and avid community leader. She spent years as an outpatient mental health therapist and Guardian ad Litem for child protection cases in Hennepin County, advocating for a child’s rights in court proceedings.

These webinars take place on the first Wednesday of the month from 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Stay tuned to our Events Calendar for details on upcoming topics!

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Social Work Day at the Capitol

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Due to the coronavirus, we have changed this to be a completely online event that is free and open to all!

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SOCIAL WORK DAY AT THE CAPITOL

 

Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 - 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Online Forum To be Announced (in-person event cancelled)

 

REGISTRATION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL

 


 

Join over 1,000 social workers from across Minnesota to learn about how current legislative issues affect our profession and those we serve.

 

UPDATED PROGRAM DETAILS TO COME SOON!

Due to the coronavirus, we are working to update our program for this event. Please check back soon for details!

 


VIEW OUR 2020 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

 

Contact NASW-MN with any questions at admin.naswmn@socialworkers.org or 651-293-1935.

 

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Chapter Chats

What's Happening?

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NASW-MN Members Only

 
"What's Happening?" Chapter Chats
 

These chats take place from 12-1 p.m. every other Wednesday between April 15 and June 24, 2020.

Facilitated by Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, NASW-MN Executive Director

 

The changes brought on by coronavirus (COVID-19) are being felt in many ways. These free bi-weekly online chats offer NASW-MN Members the opportunity to connect about how you're coping in the midst of all the changes to your personal and professional lives. We will spend the hour discussing things like self-care and adapting our social work practice, and providing a space for us to talk and interact as social workers.*
 
All sessions will take place via Zoom Online Meetings. You will require a computer with reliable internet connection, microphone, speakers, and webcam. Check your system's readiness by joining a test meeting.

Zoom access link will be e-mailed the morning of the session to the e-mail address you provide during registration. You will need to log in to your NASW account to register. Call NASW Member Services at 1-800-742-4089 for login assistance.

*No CEUs are offered for these sessions.

Supervision Consultation Circle

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DUE TO CONCERNS AROUND COVID-19, THIS SESSION WILL BE OFFERED IN ONLINE FORMAT ONLY.

NASW-MN Members Only

 
SUPERVISOR CONSULTATION CIRCLE
 
Now offered FREE as a NASW Member-exclusive benefit!

 

These sessions take place the 3rd Thursday of the month.

 

Whether you are a new or experienced supervisor, these group sessions will allow an opportunity to consult with other supervisors on situations you face when providing group or individual supervision.
 
Attend a few times to help meet your 6 supervision CEUs, or attend monthly and count it as general CEUs*.
 
Join online via GoTo Meeting.
 
Each group will cap at 8 participants, so register soon to ensure your spot!

 

These circles are for social workers who are currently providing individual or group supervision.

 

Facilitated by Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, NASW-MN Executive Director

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*Supervision consultation is considered independent study, and may not count towards more than 15 hours of the required 40 hours of continuing education per licensure renewal term. See MN Board of Social Work website for more information.

 

Advanced Supervisor Training

Session 1

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Advanced Supervisor Training Series: ONLINE

 

Part Two of NASW-MN Supervisor Certification* (15 CEUs)

Open to all social workers. You may still participate in this training if you haven't completed Part 1.

 

 

 

Take your supervision and leadership skills to the next level with highly interactive sessions focused on the larger issues and context affecting supervision practice today.


Topics will include:
• Organizational Lifecycles
• Organizational Change & Resilience
• Appreciative Inquiry
• Recruitment, Retention & Organizational Culture
• Confronting Racist Discourse
• Ethics & Liability
• Coaching Toward Professional Growth
• Succession Planning
• Dealing with Ambiguity
• Finding your true North
• And more!

 

 

Facilitators

Renae Oswald-Anderson, Partner of Strategic Consulting & Coaching
Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, Executive Director of NASW-MN

 

 

This is a four-part series that meets from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on the following Fridays:

DATE CHANGE AS OF MARCH 14 - due to public health recommendations related to coronavirus

- April 17, 2020

- May 1, 2020

- May 15, 2020

- June 5, 2020 (ends at 11:30 a.m.)

 

Registration will reserve your place for all four dates.

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All parts of this series will take place via Zoom Meetings.

Online participants will take part in activities and interact with others in the training.

You will require a reliable internet connection, a webcam, microphone, and speakers.

 

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Cost
$200 for NASW members
$300 for non-members

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