2017 NASW WI Annual Conference Schedule

Conference Schedule

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MONDAY
OCTOBER 23RDCOMPASS-GOLD tilt 2

7:45 – 8:45 am
REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST & EXHIBITOR NETWORKING

8:45 – 10:15 am
1.5 Continuing Education Hours
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Addressing Racial Disparities and Promoting Restorative Justice in The Criminal Justice System
Honorable Everett Mitchell

10:30 am – 12:00 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
1.5 Continuing Education Hours

Adoption and Guardianship in Wisconsin: Evidence-Based and Promising Practices to Improve Post-Permanency Outcomes
Dr. Nancy Rolock and Katie Sepnieski, MSW

Building a Bridge Together: Working with Native American Youth
Rachel Dozer, MSW, APSW, SAC-IT

Frameworks for Implementing Evidence-Based Practices
Scott Caldwell, Motivational Interviewing Consultant

Retrieving the Lost Soul:  Treating Trauma in the Hmong Community
Alyssa Kaying Vang, PsyD, LP

Wisconsin Legislative Update
Dr. Fredi Giesler

Take 1st-Class Care of Your Clients—and of You!
Millie Grenough, MSW, CISW, EMDR Level II

Wisconsin’s History of License and Certification Violations: Our Roles in Promoting Ethics in Social Work
1.5 Ethics CEH
Joan Groessl, MSW, PhD, LCSW

What Social Workers Need to Know About Working with Veterans
Eduardo M. Garza, Jr., M.Ed, B.S. Ed

The Greatness and Challenges in Providing Integrated Mental Health Services in a School: Lessons From the First Year
Tally Moses, MSW, PhD, Meghan Jenkins Morales, MSW, Kelsey Siegel, MSW, LCSW

12:00 – 1:00 pm
LUNCH BREAK IN THE BALLROOM
or
CLINICAL NETWORK LUNCH
(Pre-registration required.)

1:15 – 5:15 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
4 Continuing Education Hours

Social Work Ethics and Boundaries and the Law
4 Ethics CEH
Nick Smiar, PhD, ACSW, CISW and Atty. Robert “Rock” Pledl

Ethics and Boundaries in a World of Technology
4 Ethics CEH
Jeanne Wagner, LCSW

Trauma Informed Care: A Shift in Perspective
Tim Grove, MSSW

Reducing Implicit Bias
Mike Williams, BSC, CSAC, CSW

Restorative Justice Philosophy and Practices
Ali Trevino-Murphy, MSW

Navigating the Winds of Change in Clinical Supervision
Jennifer Cummings, LCSW

Goals of Care Conversation Training
Lindsay Secard, MSN, RN, CHPN, Kayla Lalande, MSW, CISW, Courtney Steinhafel, MSSW, LCSW, CCTSW

Current Drug Trends: New Dangers and Treatment Strategies
Karen Wolownik-Albert, LCSW

7:00 – 9:00 pm
MOVIE TIME!
2 Continuing Education Hours
13th
2016 – Documentary

 

TUESDAY
OCTOBER 24TH

7:30 – 8:30 am
REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST & EXHIBITOR NETWORKING

8:30 – 9:45 am
1.25 Continuing Education Hours
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
How to Stay Sane in a Crazy World – Give Yourself an Oasis!
Millie Grenough, MSW, CISW, EMDR Level II

10:00 am – 12:00 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
2 Continuing Education Hours

Universal Trauma-Informed Family Services: Interrupting the Intergenerational Transmission of Adversity
Dimitri Topitzes, LCSW, PhD, Joshua Mersky, MSW, PhD, Jeffrey Langlieb, MPH, Fiona Weeks, MPH,   Margaret Gesner, MS

Empathy, Emotional Contagions and Velcro
Eric Ehrke, LCSW

Poverty in Wisconsin and the United States
Lawrence Berger, MSW, PhD

The City of Madison Police Department’s Judgment Under the Radar Training Group presents “Safe and Sound(ly Biased)”
Officer Natalie Deibel, Officer Jared Prado, Officer Greg Rossetti, Officer Lore Vang– Madison Police Department

Collaborative Documentation- Are you ready to change your view of paperwork from a necessary task to meet audit requirements to a valuable session resource?
Amy Anderson, LCSW, CSAC and Wendy Trefz, LCSW, CSAC

From Surviving to Thriving: On the Road to Empowerment
Jennifer Parker, MSSW, LCSW

Telling Your Story Through Theater
Brian Wild and Callen Harty, Proud Theater

Taking the Shame Out of Self-Care: Tending to Ourselves Through Yoga
Brenda Heideman, LCSW

Creating Equitable Organizations
Naomi Takahashi, LCSW

12:00 – 1:40 pm
ANNUAL MEETING & LUNCH
.25 Continuing Education Hours

***Select either TWO 1.5 hour sessions or ONE 3 hour session below.

1:40 – 3:10 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
1.5 Continuing Education Hours

Feedback Informed Treatment
Leslie Barfknecht, LCSW

Structured Decision Making®: A Research-Based Decision Support Model in Child Welfare
Kate Beier, LMSW and Julie Davis, APSW

Giving Children Roots and Wings: Clinical Response to Identifying, Understanding and Treating Racial Trauma of Black Children and Adolescents
Dawn Shelton-Williams, MSW, LCSW and Pat Parker, CSW

Coping with Stress in the Helping Professions
Dr. Sarah Hessenauer, Kathy Drechsler, LCSW, Alissa Zawacki

The Future of the Aging Population and Caregiving
Deborah Rosenthal Zemel, MSW, CSW

Retrofitting Healthcare Innovations to Drive Quality and Safety Outcomes in Social Work Practice
Pennie Felton, MSSW, APSW and Rhonda Ackerman, MS, CSW

3:30 – 5:00 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
1.5 Continuing Education Hours

Adult Survivor Group Using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT)
Catherine Cornell, MSW, LCSW

Bearing Witness to Life Stories: The Alchemy of Listening
Pamela Phillips Olson, LCSW

Moving From Social Work Practice to Higher Education
Jeanne Wagner, LCSW and Mary Weeden, RN, LCSW, PhD

Trauma Informed Care for Youth in the Child Welfare System
Kristi Wood, MSW, APSW

Addressing the Opioid Epidemic and the Social Impact on Individuals in the Community
Lisa Bullard-Cawthorne, MS, MPH and Skye Tikkanen, MS, CSAC, LPC, CS-IT

1:40 – 5:00 pm
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
3 Continuing Education Hours
(3:10 – 3:30 pm break)

Challenges for Immigrants and Refugees Today
Dawn Berney, MPA, CNAP, Fabiola Hamdan, MSSW, Yang Sao Xiong, PhD

Ending Homelessness: A Solution
Emily Kenney, LCSW and Eric Collins-Dyke, MSW

Building Financial Capability: Tools and Tactics for Helping Professionals
Peggy Olive, MSW and Carol Bralich, MS

 

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