*** The NASW Idaho Book Club has been POSTPONED. If you would like to be part of the Book Club, please order the book and begin reading, "Wisdom, Attachment, and Love in Trauma Therapy: Beyond Evidence Based Practice." Also, please email us of your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org with "book club" in the subject line. Once we have a minimum of 10 interested readers we will set the dates for the virtual meetings. Thank you! ***
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9th / Tuesday, 5:00PM - 6:00PM Pacific Time, 1.0 hour / CEU, "Compassion Fatigue and Self-Care for Social Workers" Presented by: Ningjie Tim Huang, LCSW
Tim graduated from Tulane University in May 2016 with masters in social work and disaster resilience leadership. He currently works at HMG Healthcare, a post-acute healthcare provider in Houston for the geriatric client population. As a board-approved clinical supervisor (LCSW-S) for the state of Texas, Tim offers social work supervision to MSW interns, LBSWs, and LMSWs in addition to providing teletherapy to clients utilizing holistic approaches. As an educator and life-long learner, Tim enjoys turning the classroom into a laboratory for the exploration of new insights and challenging the students' frames of reference to help expand their worldview. His interests include hiking, biking, podcasting, and hanging out with his adorable pets.
- Be able to define and describe burnout, secondary traumatic stress disorder, compassion fatigue, and compassion satisfaction.
- Be able to develop a better understanding of the prevention, development, and treatment of compassion fatigue.
- Be able to identify and differentiate signs/symptoms of stress and burnout.
- Outline the self-assessment of compassion fatigue and satisfaction.
- Be able to identify self-care strategies to help manage stress and mitigate compassion fatigue/burnout, and increase resilience among social workers.
11th, Thursday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "HUMAN TRAFFICKING" A 6.25 clinical hours training including recognizing the signs and types of trafficking and developing treatment plans. Determine how to facilitate post traumatic growth among survivors. This course is presented by a trauma psychologist. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
15th, Monday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "AFFIRMING LGBTQ+ PERSONS" A 6.25 hours training by a psychotherapist trained as a drama therapist, sensorimotor therapist, and in the Gottman couples method, EMDR, and DBT. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
16th, Tuesday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "DISTRACTED BRAIN" A 6.25 clinical hours training presented by a neuropsychologist / adjunct instructor. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
1st, Wednesday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "NUTRITION AND MENTAL HEALTH" Discover the clinical applications to transform the way your clients view food and revolutionize your clinical toolbox to ethically educate clients about nutrition and how they can make lasting changes. This course is presented by a licensed professional counselor with a degree in nutrition. 6.25 clinical CEUs. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
8th, Wednesday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "COMPASSION FATIGUE" A 6.0 hours training presented by a licensed psychologist, professor, and workplace wellness consultant whose trainings to address compassion fatigue have helped healthcare and mental health professionals around the country. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
15th, Wednesday, LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR, "ETHICS and RISK MANAGEMENT" A 6.25 hours of ethics training presented by an attorney and an international / national expert in the NASW Code of Ethics. Multiple topics will be addressed including telehealth, boundary dilemmas, documentation, confidentiality and other complex issues. Registration information only available to NASW members by calling (503) 452-8420 with membership ID#.
ONLINE CEUs 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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