Continuing Education Approval


approvedThe Wisconsin Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, and Social Work Examining Board has authorized NASW-WI to approve continuing education programs relevant to the professional practice of social work.

New Continuing Education Rules

Continuing Education Approval Application Forms

Be sure to complete both application and payment form. 

 * Notice, there have been changes made to the price of additional programs, qualifications of Ethics presenters, and considerations for counting CEH’s for 3 & 4 hour programs.

NASW WI Approved Continuing Education Programs:

  • SaintA, “An Introduction to the Seven Essential Ingredients of Trauma Informed Care”, 10/13/2020, 11/20/2020, 12/9/2020 – Milwaukee
  • Inclusa, “Navigating Difficult Conversations”, September 30, 2020 – La Crosse, December 8, 2020 – Rice Lake
  • Inclusa, “Safety in the Field Office” October 8th, 2020, December 2nd, 2020 – Various Locations
  • NAMI, Wisconsin, “NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference 2020” September 29th – September 30th, 2020-Elkhart Lake -NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Wisconsin invites you to our Annual Conference 2020. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to celebrate the many unique connections grassroots organizations can create, while also learning how to use these connections to make the mental health system more collaborative. The event will once again host a large variety of audiences, including mental health providers, leaders, social workers, clinicians, government officials, criminal justice partners, consumers, and family members. Mental health advocates from all over the state are welcome to attend.View breakout sessions HERE.
  • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, “Ethics & Boundaries for School Social Work”, Various dates and locations.
  • Community Care Resource,  “Screens and Anxiety”11/5/20, 11/6/20  
  • Inclusa, “DISC 1: Communication Tendencies” Virtual, November 18
  • Inclusa. “Ethics and Boundaries: Embracing Diversity and Inclusion”, Virtual 10/21/2020, 10/29/2020, 11/3/0220, 11/11/2020, 11/13/2020, 12/9/2020, 12/16/2020
  • Children’s Wisconsin, “20th Annual Social Work Conference: Revisiting the NASW Code of Ethics and Boundary Issues” October 13, 2020
  • Amada Senior Care, “The Continuum of Senior Care” October 22, 2020
  • Amada Senior Care, “Elder Abuse: Learn, Share, Act ” October 8, 2020
  • Southeast Wisconsin Grief Network, “11th Annual Grief Conference” October 9, 2020 online
  • UW Stevens Point, “6th Annual Mental Health and Substance Use Recovery Conference” October 28-30, 2020 Virtually
  • Mendota Mental Health, “Advanced Ethics & Boundaries” November 3, 2020 Virtual
  • Wisconsin Association of Treatment Court Professionals, “2020 WATCP Annual State Conference” Various dates held virtually
  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, “College Gambling – When It Becomes Something More’ November 13, 2020 Virtually
  • Wisconsin School Social Workers Association presents, “Effective Strategies to Create Student Success. This year’s conference will take place over the course of several weeks in an interactive online format via Zoom. Participants can choose from a variety of presentations held over a four month period. The purpose of the conference is to provide a variety of strategies that school social workers can readily apply at their school, including evidence-based practices and interventions, school-wide and direct practice. This series will provide attendees with knowledge and strategies to strengthen their practice, raise awareness, and encourage personal and professional growth. For more information go to wsswa.org or contact Angela Baerwolf at wisconsinssw@gmail.com.
  • The Wisconsin School Social Workers Association Presents: Using Ropes and Challenges to Teach SEL skills. Are you looking for new ways to engage students in learning social emotional skills? Do you want to add some fun and creativity to your group work toolbox? Three trained ropes facilitators will share team building activities, debriefing strategies, and progress monitoring tools that you can use to enhance your practice. The Milwaukee Public Schools’ ropes and challenges education curriculum is based on the experiential learning model. This is a free workshop for 2 CEHs! For more information go to wsswa.org or contact Angela Baerwolf at wisconsinssw@gmail.com.
  • Community Cares Resources, “LGBTQ+” October 8, 2020, Virtual
  • Us Behavioral Healthcare, “Pandemic Effects on Mental Health” October 2, 2020 Virtual
  • Continuing Education Cooperative: Paying it Forward, “African Cultural Awareness in Social Work Practice” and “Using Art for Self-Care and Connecting with Clients” Virtual October 30, 2020
  • Laura Saunders, “Motivational Interviewing for MMSD” Various dates and times -virtual
  • American Council for School Social Work, “Creativity for Community: Using Arts to Enhance Your Social Work Practice Using a Trauma-Informed Model” October 8, 2020