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Pick One or Both: 3-hour Ethics Training & 3-hour Supervision Training (Cleveland)
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1/25/2019
When: Friday, January 25
9:00 AM
Where: Beechbrook
3737 Lander Rd
Cleveland, Ohio  44124
United States
Presenter: Liesa Conversino
Contact: NASW Ohio Chapter
614-461-4484


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Take a 3-hour supervision course and/or a 3-hour ethics course to fulfill your licensure requirements! CEUs for social workers and counselors.


Social Work Ethics: Stress and decision-making in practice

9 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets ethics requirement 
Presented by Liesa Conversino

 

Ethical decision-making may be impacted by the reality of demands in the workplace. This interactive workshop will focus on experiential ethical dilemmas and use the NASW Code of Ethics to guide best practice decisions. It is designed to assist the social worker in exploring ways to reduce personal stress, thereby improving the decision-making process and ultimately improving outcomes for social workers, agencies, and clients.

 

Liesa Conversino, M.S.W., LSW earned her B.A.S.W. and M.S.W. from the University of Akron. She is currently a part-time faculty member for the UA School of Social Work and has a private practice in Stark County; specializing in helping clients integrate mindfulness and stress management into their daily lives.

Clinical Supervision: Putting theory into practice

1:15-4:30 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets supervision requirement
Presented by Amanda Frye and Meghan Cook

Participants will gain insight into their clinical supe

rvision style while learning and developing clinical theories to apply to practice. The rationale, necessity, and implementation of clinical supervision will be taught to ensure adherence to codes of ethics and protect client’s rights. We’ll discuss the components of specific biopsychosocial theoretical models such as Attachment Theory and Psychodynamic Model and their connection to clinical supervision. This training aims to provide the beginning clinical supervisor with a foundation of theory to formulate their own supervision style. Further, it allows the advanced clinical supervisor to evaluate their current supervisory style and incorporate additional models of practice.

 

Amanda Frye is a Licensed Independent Social Work Supervisor with a Bachelor of Psychology and a Master of Social Work from The University of Akron. She has been employed in the social services field for eight years in both direct service and supervisory positions. These experiences have allowed her to gain a substantial amount of knowledge regarding substance abuse treatment, medically assisted treatment, co-occurring disorders, and trauma. Furthermore, she also has experience in the areas of domestic violence, mental health, generational poverty, income disparities, and child and family development. Currently, she finds fulfillment in her role as Behavioral Health Consultant for Integrated Care at Coleman Professional Services. She is passionate about the development of the next generation of social workers through supervision of those acquiring independent licensure and ongoing education of those currently in the field. She is an advocate for the impoverished in the community as she serves as an Ally for the Summit County Chapter of Circles, a nationwide initiative through Bridges out of Poverty with the goal to assist those in poverty to become self-sufficient.

Meghan Cook is a Licensed Independent Social Worke
r and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. She has a Bachelor of Psychology and Social Work from Bluffton University and a Master of Social Work from The University of Akron. She has been in the field of social work and chemical dependency for eight years and working as a clinical supervisor for three years. While in the field she has gained experience working in Detox/Drop in Center at the Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Board Crisis Center, facilitating Intensive Outpatient Treatment groups, conducting alcohol and drug assessments, and diagnosing Substance Use Disorder with the DSM-5. Additionally, she has gained supervisory experience while working and overseeing the Oriana House Inc. Opiate Specific Program in Akron, the Driver Intervention Program in Akron, and the Quick Response Team for the cities of Green, Barberton/Norton, Tallmadge, Cuyahoga Falls, and Monroe Falls. She currently is the Clinical Coordinator at Oriana House Inc. Rigel Recovery Services in Akron. She is motivated to continue to learn and grow in the chemical dependency and mental health fields. She is also eager to educate and share her experiences to expand the knowledge of current and future social workers.

Cost:

NASW Members: $45 for 1 workshop/$80 for 2 workshops
NASW Student Members: $10 for 1 workshop/$15 for 2 workshops

Non-Members: $75 for 1 workshop/$140 for 2 workshops

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