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2015 Northwest Conference on Social Work

Co-Sponsored by NASW Oregon and Idaho Chapters

The conference previously scheduled for Sept. 12th and 13th, 2014 has been POSTPONED to April 2nd and 3rd, 2015.
Please change the dates on your calendars and plan to attend!

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel
Portland, Oregon

Our opening keynote will be presented by the CEO of the National Association of Social Workers, Dr. Angelo McClain.

Dr. Angelo McClain

The Friday luncheon keynote will be delivered by the new Dean of Portland State University School of Social Work, Dr. Laura Nissen.

Dr. Laura Nissen

The closing keynote will be presented by the Honorable Senator Cherie Buckner- Webb, MSW.

Honorable Senator Cherie Buckner- Webb, MSW

REGISTRATION COMING SOON!

If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the Northwest Conference on Social Work, please call Delmar Stone at 503-452-8420

CE Offerings Approved by NASW

Jan 22-23 9-4, "Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders" sponsored by WellMama, Inc., held in Eugene. Call 541 231-4343, cost to be determined, 12 hrs.
Jan 20 3-4, "Substance Abuse and Dependence Assessment" sponsored by Legacy Health Systems Social Service Council, held in Portland. Call 503 413-7010, free, 1.5 hrs.
Feb 13-14, 09
Oct 2-3, 09

9-6, Sacred Art of Dying, Unit Three, "Healing Spiritual Pain", sponsored by Sacred Art of Living Center, held in Richland, WA-Feb. 13-14-09, and Redmond, OR-Oct. 2-3-09. www.sacredartofliving.org $325. 14/75 hrs/

Feb 28
May 8
Oct 9

"Advanced Training in Couples and Family Therapy Part II", sponsored by Matt Modrcin, held in Ashland. Call 503 624-5705, $185, 18 hrs.
Mar 12-14
June 25-27
Oct 8-10
9-4, "Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Into Action" sponsored by FASCETS, Inc., held in Portland. Call 503 621-1271, $325, 19.5 hrs.
Mar 16 3-4:30 PM, "Resiliency Theory and Practice" sponsored by Legacy Health Systems Social Service Council, held in Portland. Call 503 413-7010, free, 1.5 hrs.
Mar 20-21
Mar 27-28, 09
9-6, "Sacred Art of Living & Dying, Unit Two "Diagnosing Spiritual Pain" sponsored by Sacred Art of Living Center, held in Medford, OR-March 20-21, and Redmond, OR, March 27-28. Call 541-383-4179, $325, 15 hrs.
Mar 28 -
Nov 15

9-4:30, "20-day NLP Practitioner Certification Training" sponsored by NLP Institute of Oregon, held in Ashland. Call 541 535-5932, $2,795-2,995, 107.25 hrs.

Mar 30-31, 09
May 1-2, 2009
9-6, Sacred Art of Dying, Unit Four "Transforming Spiritual Pain", sponsored by Sacred Art of Living Center, held in Redmond OR- March 30-31 and Richland WA-May 1-2, $325, 12 hrs.
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Continuing Education CE Approval Program

The state of Oregon requires social workers practicing at the bachelors, masters and clinical/LCSW social work levels to seek licensure and continuing education.

The NASW of Oregon certifies conferences and workshops in the continuing education categories of non-clinical, clinical, ethics and supervision. Click here for the State Board of Licensed Social Workers Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 877.

Application Packet

The NASW Oregon Chapter Continuing Education Approval Program enables groups and individuals to obtain CEU accreditation for events they are sponsoring.

To learn more, peruse the chapter’s CE approval program packet as a Word document or a PDF. The packet contains information about application criteria and fees, a letter of instruction and an application form as revised in November 2012.

Please note: Effective Jan. 1, 2013, only the newly revised November 2012 NASW Oregon CE application will be accepted.

How to apply:

1. Submit your application at least four weeks prior to the event. Authorization typically takes four to six weeks from receipt of a completed application. A $75.00 rush fee will be added to any application needing authorization in less than 4 weeks time.

2.  Download and save the application form as a Word document or a PDF. Click here for the application in Word.  Click here for the application in fillable PDF.

3.  Complete all required fields and requested information as described in the application.

4.  Save your completed application.

5.  Send your completed application as an email attachment to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)   
Mailed or faxed applications require additional time to process.

General Fees
Hours
1 - 7.5         $190
8 - 16         $280
17 – 25       $400
26 – 55       $450
56 – 99       $500
100 – 150   $630
151 – 200   $790
Repeat fee:  $80 per repeated event
Late fee:      $75

Non-profit Organization Fees
(For non-profit organizations providing CE as a service, not for profit)
Hours
1 - 7.5           $95          
8 - 16         $140                  
17 – 25       $200                   .
26 – 55       $225                  
56 – 99       $250                  
100 – 150   $315                  
151 – 200   $345
Repeat fee:  $50 per repeated event                    
Late fee:      $75

For more information about whether you qualify for nonprofit fees, call the chapter office at 503-452-8420.

If you have a question, click here to fill out a CE question online form.

More questions? Contact Janet Kusyk, Chapter Office Administrator, at 503-452-8420 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

DVD Rentals

New—DVD: DSM-5™: What’s New? What’s Different

NASW Oregon
Presenter: Vikki Vandiver, DrPH, MSW
Filmed Nov. 2, 2013 in Salem, Ore.
Sponsored by NASW Oregon and Idaho Chapters
6 hrs of clinical CE approved by NASW Oregon and Idaho Chapters

Twelve or more core revised and updated categories listed in the new DSM-5™ are overviewed and critqued by workshop presenter, Vikki Vandiver, DrPH, MSW.

Rent now at http://www.cvent.com/d/q4q99l

New—DVD: Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Work

6 hrs of ethics CE approved by NASW Oregon Chapter
Presenters: Paul A. Cooney and David J. Madigan, attorneys at law

Filmed March 1, 2013 in Portland, Ore.
Sponsored by NASW Oregon Chapter

Go to http://www.cvent.com/d/14q7h3 to learn more and to rent by paying online.

Charlie Rose: The Brain Series—Episode 9: The Mentally Ill Brain

1 hr. of clinical social work continuing education approved by NASW Oregon Chapter.

Featuring a discussion of mental illness with Kay Redfield Jamison of Johns Hopkins, Elyn Saks of University of Southern California, Jeffrey Lieberman of Columbia University, Helen Mayberg of Emory University, Stephen Warren of Emory University and Eric Kandel of Columbia University.

You may watch the video online or order a DVD. It’s easy—

1. Download and print the order form and the post test. Click here for Word format. Click here for PDF format.

2. Go to the link provided (http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/11078?spnsor_id=1) or if ordering a DVD, send completed order form with check to NASW Oregon.

3. Watch the video program and complete the answers to the questions in the post test.

4. If viewing online, complete the order form and send it with your completed post test to NASW Oregon with your check. We will e-mail a certificate to you if you pass with 100 percent.

5. If viewing DVD, return DVD in addressed, stamped envelope provided by NASW Oregon along with your completed post test.

Managing Difficult Ethical Dilemmas and Risks in Social Work (2010)

Presented by Frederic G. Reamer, Ph.D.

NASW Oregon

If you missed this wonderful October 8th, 2010 keynote presentation, you can now RENT and watch it on DVD.

Online Rental Form - Pay by Credit Card

Print Rental Form - Pay by Check/Mail
Dr. Reamer provides an overview and in-depth examination of compelling ethical challenges in social work. Building on introductory ethics concepts, he explores difficult ethics cases and practical strategies designed to protect clients and practitioners. The program includes a series of challenging ethics cases, involving conflicting professional duties, and discusses practical steps that professionals can take to manage ethical issues skillfully. Key topics include boundary issues, dual relationships, conflicts of interest, confidentiality, privileged communication, informed consent, clients’ rights, termination of services, and impaired professionals. Dr. Reamer discusses relevant ethical standards: statutes, regulations, and case law; social and cultural diversity and competence; supervision; and consultation. The workshop focuses especially on complex documentation issues, and Dr. Reamer makes extensive use of case material.
(Approved for 6 Ethics CE hrs.)

Please allow 5-10 business days to process your order.

The Many Facets of Addiction (2009)

Presented by Claudia Black, MSW, Ph.D.

NASW Oregon

If you missed this wonderful March 13th, 2009 keynote presentation, you can now RENT and watch it on DVD.

Online Rental Form - Pay by Credit Card

Print Rental Form - Pay by Check/Mail
Addiction is a critical factor in the preponderance of work with families and individuals. In this dynamic presentation, nationally renowned author Claudia Black will address the many facets of addiction, including trauma, co-occurring disorders, multiple addictions, abandonment and family impairment. She will also discuss critical treatment issues and offer a variety of intervening strategies for social workers and allied professionals. (Approved for 6 CEs)

Please allow 5-10 business days to process your order.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in Social Work: Ethical and Risk Management Challenges (2007)

Presented by Frederic G. Reamer . Ph.D.

NASW Oregon   

If you missed this outstanding March 2, 2007 keynote presentation, now is your chance to RENT and watch it on DVD.

Online Rental Form - Pay by Credit Card

Print Rental Form - Pay by Check/Mail
This conference will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of boundary issues and dual relationships that arise in various human service settings. Using extensive case material, the instructor will acquaint participants with a typology of boundary issues and dual relationships. Participants will learn how to identify and respond constructively to complex boundary issues, protect clients, prevent professional malpractice, and avoid liability. (Approved for 6 Ethics CE hrs.)

Please allow 5-10 business days to process your order.

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