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 Export to Your Calendar 9/25/2020
When: Friday, September 25
9:00 AM
Where: Online, Zoom Webinar
United States
Presenter: Supervision- Doug Warne, Ethics- Jennifer Haywood
Contact: NASW Ohio Chapter
614-461-4484


Online registration is available until: 9/25/2020
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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.


The Purpose of the LISW-S in Ohio

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

 

The purpose of this course is to gain an appreciation for the reason the CSWMFT Board has for having a separate LISW training supervision designation and to increase social worker’s understanding of the role of the LISW-S.  We know LISW candidates and LISW-S’s have questions about why Ohio has this special designation.  In order to better understand the rational for an LISW-S license we will first explore the roots of the social work profession, the evolution of the psychosocial perspective, and examine the practice skills for both clinical and advanced generalist social workers.  We will then look at the history of the CSWMFT Board, the presenter will share some of his experiences while working at the Board, and review what the OAC currently says about the responsibilities associated with training supervision.

 

Doug Warne is a semi-retired social worker.  He graduated from Heidelberg College in 1972.  In the early 1980’s he attended Hartnell College and was a psychiatric nurse before going to graduate school.  He received his MSW from San Jose State University in 1991.  Doug has spent over 35 years in direct practice.  His practice specialties are in mental health and addiction medicine.  He also was an assistant professor and taught freshman and sophomore social work classes for seven years and was employed at the CSWMFT Board for five year.  He formally retired in 2017 but for the past three years has been part of the Internal Resource Pool at OSU East, Talbot Hall.  In his spare time, Doug loves spending time with his two grandchildren who he sees several times a week.  He enjoys playing pickleball, disperse camping and hiking.  He particularly likes traveling and in the past three years has been to Santorin Greece, Northern Thailand, Utah, and the central coast of California twice. 

 

Ethical implications with a focus on relationships/boundary setting

1:15-4:30 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers, meets ethics requirement
Presented by Jennifer Haywood, LISW-S, LICDC-CS

 

This ethics training will focus on the relationship building component of the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Boards Code of Ethics.  It will also integrate information from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board.  Building the relationship ethically, understanding appropriate boundaries, realizing how to create appropriate forms and releases of information and how to navigate all the different "hats" a clinical worker has will be discussed.  The new challenge with electronic means of communication and appropriate boundaries through social media will also be reviewed.

 

Jennifer has been a social worker and addictions specialist since 1996 when she received her MSW from The Ohio State University and her chemical dependency license from the State of Ohio as she completed her internship at an addiction recovery center.  She has been working in the field of mental health and addictions for over 24 years, and has been training professionals since 1998 in the areas of mental health, diagnosis, supervision, ethics, addictions and motivational interviewing.  She has been teaching at The Ohio State University in the social work program since 2003 and currently holds a full time lecturer position.  She has held a variety of roles in the community including supervising an adolescent and drug unit and working as an addictions counselor in various settings.  She currently trains, teaches and has a private practice where she sees about 20 clients a week.  She consults with companies on addiction and currently supervises social workers in her private practice setting.

 

 

 

 


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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