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Pick One or Both: 3-hour Ethics Training & 3-hour Supervision Training (Columbus)
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/21/2020
When: Tuesday, January 21
9:00 AM
Where: Officescape Building
400 W. Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington, Ohio  43085
United States
Presenter: Ethics- Erin Upchurch, Supervision- Linda Helm
Contact: NASW Ohio Chapter
614-461-4484


Online registration is available until: 1/21/2020
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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.


Ethical Considerations for Social Work Leadership and Advocacy

9 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets ethics requirement 
Presented by Erin Upchurch, LISW-S

 

The NASW Code of Ethics serves as a guide to the everyday professional conduct of social workers and is clear about the social workers role as a leader and advocate. Leadership and advocacy are critical in order to fulfill our professional roles, duties and obligations. In this training, we will utilize the NASW Code of Ethics to review essential qualities in leaders and advocates; and will explore approaches and perspectives. Attendees will develop their own leadership development plan specific to their professional capacity and interests.

Erin Upchurch, MSSA, LISW-S, is a seasoned advocate, community leader, and facilitator of conversations centered on reducing harm and the experiences of oppression for marginalized and minority communities. She presently serves as the executive director for Kaleidoscope Youth Center, an organization based in Central Ohio whose mission is to create safe and empowering spaces for LGBTQ+ youth. Earning her bachelor’s in social work from Eastern Michigan University, and her Master of Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University, she has experience working with youth, families, and communities in the areas of mental health, substance use, and trauma recovery. Erin has served on numerous agency boards including TransOhio, Ohio AIDS Coalition, and Central Ohio Fair Housing Association. As a social worker and advocate, Erin has dedicated her life to supporting under-served and marginalized communities. Her work has garnered her numerous awards as well as featured speaking engagements with ACLU Columbus, Equality Ohio, TEDx Columbus; and was featured in Columbus ALIVE as a 2018 Person to Watch.


Supervision

1:15-4:30 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets ethics requirement
Presented by Linda Helm, LISW-S


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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