+-*Wednesday, October 19th – An intimate portrait of Malala and her family, and their fight for the right of girls everywhere to go to school.
+-*Wednesday, October 19th – Up-to-date information on the opioid and herion problems in Wisconsin including signs, symptoms and treatment challenges.
+-*Friday, October 21st – This workshop will provide a framework for working with Native American families in this current millennium.
+-*Wednesday, October 19th – A discussion of assessment and intervention strategies for social workers assisting clients with mild cognitive impairment, dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease.
+-*Thursday, October 20th – An interactive training workshop that simulates what it is like to hear distressing voices.
+-*Wednesday, October 19th – Examine the nature of gun violence and, importantly, the research that highlights the most effective approaches to preventing gun violence and saving lives.
+-*Wednesday, October 19th – Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC, presents The Future of Social Work Practice in America. Thursday, October 20th – Elvira Craig de Silva, DSW, ACSW, presents Reflections on 50 Years in Social Work Practice.
+-*This year’s conference will cover topics such as Social Justice, Diversity, Mental Health, Ethics, Corrections, and Clinical Practice to name a few. Check back often for updates and previews of what’s to come!
Posted on 06/22/2016
+-*The NASW-WI 2016 Summer Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including: 2016-2017 Election Winners NASW WI Legislative Priorities NASW WI Stops Rule Undermining Clinical Licensure 2016 Annual Conference At A Glance NASW Modernization Emily’s Last President’s Column Wisconsin’s New Emergency Detention Guidelines NASW […]
Posted on 08/17/2016
+-*by Marc Herstand, MSW, CISW NASW WI is saddened by the violence, disorder and destruction that took place in the Sherman Park neighborhood of Milwaukee on August 13th and 14th. Sherman Park has always been a neighborhood where residents of different racial, ethnic and religious […]