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2018 Spring LCSW Exam Preparation
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This training is designed for anyone seeking to prepare themselves for the LCSW/ASWB social work license exam. The session will cover practice theory, social work terminology, therapeutic strategies, treatment, practice techniques, ethics, social work values, DSM, psychopharmacology, and diversity sensitive practice. We will review helpful practice test questions including actual questions designed by ASWB.

4/21/2018
When: Saturday, April 21, 2018
10:00 AM
Where: AHEC Training room at Moses Cone
1200 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC  27401
United States
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Course Description

This training is designed for anyone seeking to prepare themselves for the LCSW/ASWB social work license exam. We will explore alternative learning styles that incorporate experiential components as well as a combination of partner, small group, and large group work. Instead of simply reading and reviewing material, we will collectively participate in engaging activities so the content 'sticks' in your mind.   The session will cover practice theory, social work terminology, therapeutic strategies, treatment, practice techniques, ethics, social work values, DSM, psychopharmacology, and diversity sensitive practice.  We will review helpful practice test questions including actual questions designed by ASWB.

 

Objectives:
     1- Participants will explore their own learning style and test taking style to assess the most appropriate study method for each individual. 

    2- Participants will engage in experiential activities that are designed to meet various learning styles and incorporate sensory-based learning.

    3- Participants will gain knowledge of social work theory and social work practice through activities and mock-question scenarios.


About the Presenter

Stephanie Glickman, LCSW of Glickman Consulting provides training and consultation services. She also currently works as a Program Consultation Director with The Family Centered Treatment Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting evidenced-based systemically focused family therapy and is a Graduate Adjunct Professor with Johnson C. Smith University School of Social Work. She has over 15 years experience working with a wide variety of populations with extensive training in patterns of domestic violence, family systemic therapy, self-injurious behaviors and leadership development. Her experience ranges from working with traumatic brain injured children, counseling incarcerated adult males, partnering with elders experiencing vision loss, intensive in-home family therapy and holding various supervisory and leadership positions. She received her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Northeastern University and her Masters of Social Work from Simmons College. Additionally, she has been an LCSW Clinical Supervisor for 7 years.       

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