Sibling Sexual Abuse

Open to all social workers and students

NASWMN Chapter 0 552

Attendees will be able to understand relevant research regarding sibling sexual abuse and understand why it’s not only a global problem, but a problem in Minnesota; identify and respond to incidents of sibling sexual abuse; and understand effective therapy approaches and why it’s so important to get all family members in therapy.

(NEW DATE) Social Workers Protecting Democracy: Election 2022

Part of our monthly Lunch 'n Learn Webinar Series

NASWMN Chapter 0 1161

Join your NASW-MN colleagues and special guests (to be announced) for a discussion on the significance of this year’s elections. Learn about endorsements we’ve made, what you need to know about voting, what you can and can’t talk about with clients, and what we’re doing to stay vigilant on protecting democracy.

Hot Topics in Ethical Thinking

2 ethics CEUs, open to all social workers and students

NASWMN Chapter 0 505

There are many changes underway in our profession – confirming pre-existing concerns, bringing new challenges to light, and leaving us with many questions about how to proceed in our practice. In this session we’ll dig into some of social work’s current “hot topics” through a lens of ethical thinking.


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