* Confidential Ethics consultations availabLe for nasw members, please call 503-452-8420  *

 

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may

16th Thursday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR "Non-Medication INTERVENTIONS to Restore SLEEP QUALITY" This 6.0 clinical CEUs course is presented by a sleep expert / professor. $249.99.  Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#

21st Tuesday, PRIMARY ELECTION To find your polling location and other relevant information to Idaho's elections, go here: https://voteidaho.gov
** If you would like to donate to NASW Idaho's poltical action committee, please make check payable to "IDA-PACE NASW" and mail to NASW Idaho, PO Box 783, Hailey, ID 83333 **

23rd Thursday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR "Non-Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Individuals and Couples" This 6.0 clinical CEUs course is presented by a licensed marriage and family therapist / author. Training will include dealing with toxic relationship dynamics, treatment plans, skill-building, managing countertransference, and utilizing DBT skills from all core domains of DBT. $249.99Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#

30th Thursday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR "FINDING BALANCE FOR YOUR MENTAL HEALTH" 1 CEU for all levels of licensure. In our world since Covid, we are stretched further than ever before in many directions. Finding balance between all of the demands on our lives can be difficult. We recognize that many are juggling a lot right now (school, work, family, community, etc.). In this presentation we will explore stress, burnout and self-care and how these relate to the NASW Code of Ethics. We will delve into the ethical importance of whole-person (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) wellness. Webinar will begin at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, 11:00 AM Mountain Time

Registration information:  CLICK HERE


JUNE

19th - 22nd  Wednesday - Saturday, LIVE IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL event "LEADING SOCIAL CHANGE: NASW NATIONAL CONFERENCE" Join more than 2,000 social workers, like-minded professionals, and social work thought leaders in Washington D.C. or online! Experience unparalleled opportunities in professional development, continuing education, and networking. Engage in thought-provoking conversations tackling the most pressing issues facing the social work profession across the world. REGISTRATION IS OPEN: click here  

NASW Members IN-PERSON $499 / VIRTUAL $349

Not Yet Member: IN-PERSON $725 / VIRTUAL $499

Speakers include, former U.S. Representative Patrick J. Kennedy.

During his time in Congress, Patrick J. Kennedy was the lead author of the landmark Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (Federal Parity Law). In 2013, he founded The Kennedy Forum, a nonprofit that unites advocates, business leaders, and government agencies to advance evidence-based practices, policies, and programming in mental health and addiction. In 2015, Kennedy co-authored the New York Times Bestseller, “A Common Struggle: A Personal Journey Through the Past and Future of Mental Illness and Addiction,”

REGISTER TODAY: CLICK HERE

26th Wednesday  –  30th Sunday, The Idaho Division of Occupational & Professional Licenses is excited to share that DOPL Online Services will go live on July 1st at 8 am MDT. The existing legacy systems will be down in preparation to go live with Online Services. 

Starting July 1st, you may create a new profile on DOPL Online Services to manage your license. Usernames and passwords created in legacy systems will not carry over to DOPL Online Services. You'll need your email address on file with DOPL and your license number to access an existing account. Questions? Contact Debi at (208) 577-2592.

The Health Professionals Recovery Program is for licensees with unsafe behaviors resulting from mental and emotional conditions and habitual chemical use, both of which are grounds for formal discipline. However, the Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses believes that licensees who acknowledge that their practice may be impaired as a result of chemical dependence or mental conditions and who are actively engaged in recognized recovery methods and, as a result, do not represent a threat to the public, should be allowed to continue practicing. In order to assure public safety, the Division supports monitoring of these licensees outside of the process of formal disciplinary investigation and action under provisions that assure support of recovery and prevention of relapse. For more information contact Program Manager, Katie Stuart at (208) 577-2489.


Online CEUs

Online CEU are available any time of day or night through NASW.  Ethics CEUs are also available. Courses include:  NASW Code of Ethics, malpractice, end of life, cancer caregiving, adolescent health, HIV/AIDS and more. 

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Membership dues allow NASW to maintain this website, providing all social workers in Idaho with the most comprehensive and up-to-date list of continuing education offered statewide. If you are not a member, please Join us today!

Dues-paying members of NASW receive free and reduced rates for CEUs. Only dues-paying members can call the Chapter Office to receive details on CEU offerings by providers who have not paid an advertising fee. To join NASW Idaho, go to: http://www.socialworkers.org/join

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