Essentials of Supervision (Part of Spring 2023 Supervisor Certification Series)

Start, grow, or strengthen your supervision practice! (15 CEUs)

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Rescheduled from April!

This training will help you understand your values and strengths as a supervisor and leader. It will cover the following:

  • Personal style and brand 
  • Management vs. coaching vs. leadership 
  • Theories, models, roles, and types of supervision 
  • Tracking tools, Minnesota statutes, and logistics of supervision 
  • Boundaries, self-care, and ethics 
  • Dual relationships, personal boundaries, and social media 
  • Rural vs. urban distinctions 
  • Unpacking ethical dilemmas 
  • Ethics of self-care for both supervisor and supervisee 
  • Skill-Building 
  • Supervising toward racial and social justice 
  • Feedback, accountability, and confrontation 
  • Tools and techniques for engaging supervisees

Boundaries and Ethics in Social Work Practice (Two Hours, Ethics)

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Part of Central MN Region Monthly Educational Meetings - REGISTER FOR OTHER UPCOMING TOPICS

 

Presenter: Sarah Meisinger, MSW, LICSW

 

2 CEUs – May be counted as Ethics CEUs

 

Drawing on 25+ years of direct practice experience, the presenter will explore the importance of intentional boundary conversations in social work practice. Time will be spent reflecting on key foundational concepts that inform boundary development and expression, including the social worker’s role and practice setting, the client’s perspective, access to and use of professional supervision and support, and the social worker’s ongoing self-awareness practice.

 

You will receive the access link the day before the webinar.

 

About the Presenter
Sarah is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and the Director of Field Education in the Department of Social Work at St. Cloud State University. 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

Cover Letters and Resumes

Lunch N Learn Webinar

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Part of our monthly Lunch ‘n Learn Webinar Series

Wednesday, May 3, 2023 - 12-1pm CST via Zoom

Presenter: Dr. Karen E. Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW

1 CEU

“Cover Letters and Resumes” will share best practices and tips with participants for how to create or polish their social work cover letters and resumes in 2023! Topics to be explored include the social worker job outlook, current quick facts, resume tips and cover letter tips. Participants will walk away with real awesome tools and resources to get started building their cover letters and resumes right away...so they can apply for that dream job!

You will receive the access link the day before the webinar.

 

About the Presenter

Dr. Karen E. Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, has been Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers - Minnesota Chapter since 2018. She received her BSW from St. Olaf College, MSW from Augsburg University, and PhD in social work from the University of Minnesota. Previously, Dr. KG worked in direct practice, non-profit program management, and has been a consultant in evaluation, data utilization, and strategic planning. She has also served as adjunct faculty in numerous BSW and MSW programs throughout Minnesota. Dr. KG is a skilled supervisor, trainer, and macro practitioner. She has supervised, coached, and trained interns, volunteers, contractors, board members, and staff from various professional backgrounds, and has provided hundreds of hours of training in such areas as supervision, ethics, policy advocacy, leadership, budgeting, evaluation, and research. Dr. KG is passionate about using data and best practices to build a purposeful future, and is currently focusing her research efforts on social work licensure.
 

Pricing and Registration

NASW Members - FREE - Register here (NASW members only)

Not-Yet-Members - $15 - Register here

Essentials of Supervision (Part of Spring 2023 Supervisor Certification Series)

Start, grow, or strengthen your supervision practice! (15 CEUs)

NASWMN Chapter 0 1171

Rescheduled from April!

This training will help you understand your values and strengths as a supervisor and leader. It will cover the following:

  • Personal style and brand 
  • Management vs. coaching vs. leadership 
  • Theories, models, roles, and types of supervision 
  • Tracking tools, Minnesota statutes, and logistics of supervision 
  • Boundaries, self-care, and ethics 
  • Dual relationships, personal boundaries, and social media 
  • Rural vs. urban distinctions 
  • Unpacking ethical dilemmas 
  • Ethics of self-care for both supervisor and supervisee 
  • Skill-Building 
  • Supervising toward racial and social justice 
  • Feedback, accountability, and confrontation 
  • Tools and techniques for engaging supervisees

Retiring with Grace

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Open to all social workers and students

Presenter: Dr. Karen Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, NASW-MN Executive Director and a Panel with Experience in this Area
1.5 CEUs - may be counted as Ethics

Are you thinking about retiring in the next 5 years? Join us to hear best practices in social work firsthand from a panel of social workers who have been through it. Learn how to best prepare yourself, clients, business, and employer/colleagues for your retirement.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Karen E. Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, has been Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers - Minnesota Chapter since 2018. She received her BSW from St. Olaf College, MSW from Augsburg University, and PhD in social work from the University of Minnesota. Previously, Dr. KG worked in direct practice, non-profit program management, and has been a consultant in evaluation, data utilization, and strategic planning. She has also served as adjunct faculty in numerous BSW and MSW programs throughout Minnesota. Dr. KG is a skilled supervisor, trainer, and macro practitioner. She has supervised, coached, and trained interns, volunteers, contractors, board members, and staff from various professional backgrounds, and has provided hundreds of hours of training in such areas as supervision, ethics, policy advocacy, leadership, budgeting, evaluation, and research. Dr. KG is passionate about using data and best practices to build a purposeful future, and is currently focusing her research efforts on social work licensure.

 

Pricing

NASW Student/Retired Member $15

NASW Member $22.50

Not-Yet-Member $30

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