Ethical Integration of Spirituality in Practice

2 CEUs - may be counted as Clinical, Ethics or Supervision

NASWMN Chapter 0 202

At the core of spirituality is the idea of making meaning or sense out of our suffering and experiences in life.  This is something that all social workers will have to wrestle with as individuals, as well as guide their clients in during the helping process.  With the perspective of the whole person, social workers cannot ignore the deep spiritual significance of suffering and needing help.   It is, however, of utmost importance that in integrating spirituality into practice, social workers understand the ethical guidelines in this often-ignored area of practice.  It is also imperative that field instructors and supervisors understand practical examples of how this can be done and how to help teach it to students and those under supervision. 

Supervisor Consultation Circle

NASWMN Chapter 0 3522

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*.

These circles are for FREE for NASW-MN members who are currently providing individual or group supervision.

Each group will cap at 6 participants, so register soon to ensure your spot!

Mediation Skills for Social Workers to Use with Couples and Families

Lunch N Learn Webinar

NASWMN Chapter 0 60

 

Wednesday, December 4, 2024 - 12-1 pm CT via Zoom

Presenter: Solveig Erickson, LGSW

1 CEU - may be counted as Clinical or Supervision

 

Mediators work with people in conflict to help them resolve their differences and come to agreements about the future.  While mediators’ skills are unique, many of them can transfer to therapy clients, especially couples.  This presentation will review the emotional divorce process, share mediation skills with social workers, and inform participants about the divorce process in Minnesota.  Audience participation and questions are welcome!

Supervisor Consultation Circle

NASWMN Chapter 0 3522

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*.

These circles are for FREE for NASW-MN members who are currently providing individual or group supervision.

Each group will cap at 6 participants, so register soon to ensure your spot!

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