NASW WI’s 2019 Annual Conference, October 23-25, 2019
Choose from 2 Ethics and Boundaries workshops offered on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
Crowne Plaza, Milwaukee Airport
1:15 – 5:15 pm
4 Ethics & Boundaries Continuing Education Hours
Ethics and Boundaries: Practicing in the Electronic Age: Application of the Revised NASW Code of Ethics
Presented by: Nicholas Smiar, PhD, ACSW, CISW
Technology is an integral part of social work practice, both assisting us in enhancing practice and posing new and complex problems in that practice. Explore the ethical dimensions of the use of technology, especially in regard to professional boundaries, confidentiality, electronic communications and social media, and telehealth. We will employ both MPSW 20 Code of Conduct and the recently revised NASW Code of Ethics in group discussion of scenarios drawn from practice.
Nicholas Smiar, PhD, ACSW, CISW
Nick Smiar is Professor Emeritus of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and currently Adjunct Professor in the Honors Program at UWEC. Nick served as Chair-person of the Social Workers Section of the Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, and Social Work Examining Board for five years. He is currently a board member of NASW-Wisconsin. In 2012, he was elected County Board Supervisor, District 15, Eau Claire County, and, since May, 2018, has served as Chairperson of the Eau Claire County Board. For the past twenty-two years he has offered about five work-shops per year on ethics and boundaries as continuing education for social workers in Wisconsin. He works internationally in Ger-many, Austria, Finland, Russia, Serbia, Croatia, and South Africa, doing workshops on working safely with potentially violent per-sons and on professional ethics for social workers and child and youth care workers.
Ethics and Boundaries: Stepping Forward When Colleagues Cross the Line
Presented by: Dana Johnson, MSW, LAPSW
This workshop focuses on appropriate ethics and boundaries in client-social worker and peer-to-peer relationships. Use of a group discussion and personal reflection will foster understanding of ethical, reflective practice with clients, agency and colleague ethical challenges in the workplace, and building skills in communication, and cooperative confrontation.
Dana Johnson, MSW, LAPSW
Dana Johnson, MSW, CAPSW, holds a Master’s of Social Work degree and is credentialed to practice social work in the State of Wisconsin. He has over 10 years of management and administration experience; particu-larly in the area of child welfare, supervision and management, agency and culture change, and administration. His areas of expertise and direct practice include child welfare services and reform, medical social work, higher education and training, leader-ship development, innovation theory, ethics and boundaries, trauma-informed care, and LGBTQ+ diversity and inclusion. Mr. Johnson is the Director of Kewaunee County Department of Human Services in Kewaunee, WI. He is the owner and lead trainer/facilitator of Grow My Life, LLC.
2019 45th Annual Conference
October 23rd – 25th, 2019
Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport, Milwaukee, WI
Register now to take advantage of early bird rates at events.eply.com/2019NASWWIConference