Continuing Education Opportunities
The LSU School of Social Work offers several continuing education opportunities throughout the year. Some upcoming sessions include:
This workshop is designed to support supervisors in developing a strengths-based and collaborative alliance that leads to more rigorous use of supervision in addressing a myriad of clinical and ethical challenges. This three hour workshop explores strengths-based skills and effective strategies for providing individual and group supervision to social workers.
New Board Approved Clinical Supervisor Training
The supervisory relationship in social work is the most powerful vehicle for improving worker skills and for ensuring clients are served effectively and efficiently. The New Board Approved Clinical Supervisor Training workshop is for social workers wanting to expand their knowledge and practice skills to develop and sustain productive and satisfying relationships with supervisees and other colleagues.
Participants will examine traditional and evidence-based models of clinical supervision and apply to current challenges shaping social work practice in diverse settings. Attention is paid to ethical issues that emerge in the supervisory relationship. Multicultural issues and strategies for enhancing cultural competence in the practice of supervision are also addressed.
Popcorn and a Movie
The Popcorn and a Movie events are a series of opportunities to earn 3.0 General CEU's. The format will include a brief introduction to the documentary, viewing of the documentary, followed by a topics led group discussion. The summer series will be held in 225 Peabody Hall beginning at 5:30 PM. An assortment of movie treats will be provided but feel free to bring your favorite treats.
The Invisible War