Indicators and Ethics: Navigating the Complex Signs and Signals of Child Abuse & Reporting, Thursday, 5-13-21 (Live Webinar)


Join pediatrician Dr. Katherine Teets Grimm, M.D. as we examine the medical, social and behavioral aspects of identifying and reporting child abuse. Participants will gain enhanced insight surrounding behavioral and physical indicators of child abuse as well as processes, procedures and important ethical considerations when reporting child abuse. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*

Peers, Parents, and Principals: A Systemic, Ethics Based Approach to Helping Teens Succeed, Wednesday, 4-21-21 (Live Webinar)


Journey through a day in the life of today’s teens with Dr. Steven Levey. Participants will explore the ethical considerations when promoting self-determination with teenage clients, the environmental factors experienced in school versus home, and navigating conflicts that may arise when all the various systems meet each other; as well as building tools and insights to help teens succeed. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics*

Work Hard, Play Hard: Understanding the Therapeutic Value and Real Work Within Play Therapy, Tuesday, 4-6-21 (Live Webinar)


Join Sarah Gugluizza, LCSW as we discuss the importance of play, with special consideration to play in the treatment setting. Practitioners will gain insight on how play is the language of children, the different types of play and what purpose each of them serve; why it’s important for therapy, as well as knowing/using direct versus non direct play; specific play therapy interventions and strategies will also be addressed. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits*

Around the World in 80 Ways: A Journey of Exploration Through Practice Abroad, Monday, 4-26-21 (Live Webinar)


Calling citizens of the world… If you’ve ever been curious about how you might use your MSW degree internationally and want to incorporate ethical and foundational social work cornerstones into work and life abroad, come enjoy a fascinating dialogue with Julia Rudick, LCSW and Ered Massie, LCSW! This live-interactive webinar discusses cultural and ethical implications of living and working abroad in social work and related professional mental health-based capacities, including both a micro and macro focus, cultural sensitivity in action, and some how-tos for pragmatic exploration regarding new possibilities. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*