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Pick One or Both: 3-hour Ethics Training & 3-hour Supervision Training (Cleveland)
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When: Friday, January 17
9:00 AM
Where: Beechbrook
3737 Lander Rd, Fenn Wright Chapel
Pepper Pike, Ohio  44124
United States
Presenter: Ethics- Danielle Smith, Supervision- Stacy Simera
Contact: NASW Ohio Chapter

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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 (ethics only).

Ethics of Social Media and New Technology

9 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets ethics requirement 
Presented by Danielle Smith, MSW, MA, LSW


Use of social media and new technologies have exploded in the new millennium. More people than ever before are using the Internet to connect to one another, which poses benefits and challenges to those who work in the health and human services profession. In this presentation you will learn about the ethical implications of social media and new technologies on practice. Participants will learn the website-specific risks, benefits, and strategies to avoid ethical violations. You will also learn about social media in an organizational context and how to discuss social media use with your clients.

Danielle Smith is the Executive Director of the Ohio Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. She has worked for NASW for twelve years and has been responsible for the Chapter's government relations, communications, membership development, and management. Prior to working at NASW she worked in the Ohio Senate. Danielle earned her Bachelor of Science of Social Work, Master of Social Work, and Master of Arts in Public Policy and Management from The Ohio State University.

The Science of Supervision

1:15-4:30 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers, meets supervision requirement
Presented by Stacy Simera, LISW-S


When we hear the term “evidence-based practice” we often think of direct clinical interventions, yet any service we conduct as social service professionals should be backed by science - including supervision. In this workshop we will explore the research on supervision and identify ways to apply the evidence to all types of social service supervision – including methods of supervision, components of supervision, and impacts of supervision on the client and agency.


Stacy Simera is an independently licensed social worker with supervision designation. In addition to her micro and macro level work in mental health and public health, Stacy has also provided field supervision and field liaison services for social work students at Case Western Reserve University, the University of Akron, and Stark State College, and she served on an ad hoc committee on social work supervision for the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board. Stacy was named Ohio 2014 Social Worker of the Year by the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.



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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