+-*It’s an eye opening opportunity to “walk in the shoes” of a former prisoner and to see the kinds of challenges people face when they return home from prison. The simulation also seeks to realize the hurt and damage that crime does not only to the person who commits the crime, but also the victims and their families.
+-*April Naturale, PhD is a traumatic stress specialist. She directed New York’s 9/11 mental health response delivering the messages of hope, recovery and resilience to over 1 million people. She provides disaster consultation and training throughout the U.S. and internationally working with humanitarian aid agencies and the United Nations on issues of global diversity.
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Posted on 06/17/2015
+-*The NASW-WI 2015 Summer Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including: Higher Education Lower Debt Bill 2015-2016 NASW WI Election Results NASW WI 41st Annual Conference NASW WI Interviewed by Milwaukee Fox TV Clinical Network News Clinical Social Work Licensure 2015 NASW WI […]
Posted on 06/04/2015
+-*In my 22 years with NASW WI I have rarely seen so many challenges to our professional status. Over the last two years we have had to fight 1) A proposal to require social workers to wear body cameras in Rock County ; 2) A […]
Posted on 06/19/2015
+-*Happy June! For this year as your president, I promised to highlight an aspect of NASW that is important and adds value to your membership. At the end of April, Marc Herstand and I had the pleasure of attending a national meeting in Washington, […]