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Thank you so much for attending the 2018 Clinical Institute.  We hope that you will take away practical knowledge that you can begin using immediately in your practice.  Please click the titles of the presentations to find the handouts and reference materials from the conference.  Some presenters prefer to be contacted directly for the resources.  For those presenters, I have included a link to their email addresses.  Thank you again for choosing NASW-NC for your CE needs.  We hope to see you at a future conference.

 

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 Additional Handouts

Keynote Address: Ethics and Risk Management in the New Era of Social Work

 

M1:  How to Access I/DD Services in NC

 

M2:  How are Clinical Social Workers Evaluating their Practice?

 

M3:  Hope Changes: Supporting Caregivers Through Anticipatory Grief

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M4:  The Core Features of Autism and Evidence Based Strategies for Preventing Challenging Behaviors  

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M5:  Divorce Consulting: The Fine Art of Helping Parents Divorce Together      

 

M6:  Dropping the Struggle: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with Trauma and Substance Use

 

M7:  Improving Patient Health Through Access to Free Medications

 

M8:  Changing Your Response to Stress: Learn Simple Tools Which Will Allow You to Develop a Deeper Sense of Ease and Peace of Mind

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M9:  Coaching 101: What Clinicians Need to Know About Coaches and Coaching       


T1:  Behavioral Supports for Adults with IDD/Autism


T2:  The Ethics of Serving Refugee and Immigrant Survivors of Torture and Trauma

 

T3:  The Mental Health Needs of Kinship Caregivers: Implications for Clinical Practice

 

T4: Effective Systemic Interventions to Support Individuals With IDD and their Systems


T5:  Trauma Informed Care


T6:  DBT Basics for Clinicians


T7:  Life Through Trauma-Colored Lenses: The Effects of Trauma on Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities


T8:  Individual Placement and Support: A Pathway to Recovery through Employment


T9:  Combating Burnout in Social Work - Effective Strategies for Self-Care and Professional Resiliency

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T10:  Business Planning and Marketing for Therapists        


T11:  The HUMAN GIVENS: Resources, Rewind, & REM

 

T12:  Meaning Making Therapy: Beyond Acceptance There is Meaning

 

W1:  Drinking, Drug Use and Addiction in the Autism Community

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W2:  Solution-Focused Wellness Counseling: A Salutogenic Approach to Improving Client Well-Being 

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W3:  Quality of Life Surveys in Clinical Practice with Post-9/11 Veterans

 

 

W4:  Advocacy is More Than a Google Search: Guiding Your IDD Clients to Supports and Services in North Carolina in a System That Never Stops Changing

 

W5:  Navigating Erotic Transference and Countertransference

W6:  DBT Skill Groups for your Clients

Keynote Address: Ethical Leadership in Trying Times: How Clinicians Can Lead the State Through the Quagmire of Reform 

 
 

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