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Thank you so much for attending the 2019 Annual Fall Conference. 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 for the conference. Several presenters prefer to hand out materials at the workshops and others prefer to post their materials after the conference.  If you do not see your selected sessions on the website, please ask your presenter to share them with NASW-NC after the conference and we will post them. Thank you again for choosing NASW-NC for your CE needs.  We hope to see you at a future conference.

 

Session

 Additional Handouts

KN1: The Ethics of Race and Racism in Social Work Practice


F1: Father Engagement: Engaging Fathers in Practice, Evaluation, and Policy
 F2: Who Cares About Your Grandchildren? Climate Change, Social Policy and Social Work

 

F3: Stigma & Mental Illness in Communities of Color

 
F4: Intersectionality of Race and Class on the War on Drugs and Harm Reduction Principles, Practices, and Philosophies, Cultural Competency with IV Drug Users

F5: Incorporating Play Therapy into Social Work Practice

 

F6: The Opioid Epidemic: Recovery Through Treatment, Advocacy and Policy Programming

 

F7: Environmental Justice, The Carbon Cycle and the NASW Code of Ethics

 

F8: Cultural Competence for Counseling Cops
F9: Kinship Foster Care: Navigating Complex Roles, Responsibilities, and Relationships


F10: Dousing the Flames of Burnout: The Refreshment of Self-Compassion

 

F11: "The Cypher" The Merge Between Hip Hop and Social Work


F12: Importance of the Client's Spiritual and Religious Beliefs in Mental Health Treatment

S1: Radical Love in Practice: Harm Reduction and NASW Code of Ethics


S2: Ethics of Being a "Social" Social Worker in the Age of Social Media
S3: 2020 Census: Engaging North Carolina Social Workers to Make People Count

S4: Raise the Age for Juvenile Justice: What it Means in My Community


S5: Personal Safety in Social Work
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S6: Trans Care is Primary Care: Providing Affirming and Equitable Health Care to Transgender Individuals in Southern Appalachia


S7: Substance Use Disorder Influence on Adolescents Brain Development

 
S8: Making Termination Meaningful: The Neurobiological Impact of Imagery, Metaphor & Expression  

S9: Alleviating Moral Distress with Ethical Decision Making

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S10: Resistance v/s Noncompliance in Treatment

S11: Co-Occurring Disabilities: How Do We Not Lose These Folks in the Shuffle?  
S12: Medicaid Transformation in North Carolina: Updates for Clinicians and Our Clients  
KN2: Holding Light in a Dark World: An Ethical Perspective
 
 

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