The Social Worker in Public Schools: Three-Part Webinar Series

SELF-STUDY

The videotaped presentations will be viewable online from a computer via streaming video. Once your registration and payment is received, a link will be forwarded for access to the video and instructions for taking a post-test and evaluation. All online continuing education programs require completion of a post-test and evaluation for receipt of credits.

Overview

This series of three webinars will enable mental health providers to improve their approaches to meeting the mental health needs of children in their schools by offering ways to increase linkages to qualified community partners, improving professional training and hiring, and accelerating and increasing the development and translation of evidence-based research into practice. Through a comprehensive, integrated approach to children’s mental health, the school clinician will be better equipped to address the mental health needs of students. This series will show them how.
Class

The School As Client: What Every Social Worker Needs to Know About Working in Schools in the 21st Century

Self-Study Webinar
Live Webinar originally aired on July 14, 2015, 5:30-6:30pm
Fee: $25.00
 

Who's Walking Through the Classroom Door: Working with the Clinician's Construction of the Student

Self-Study Webinar
Live Webinar originally aired on September 29, 2015, 5:30-6:30pm
Fee: $20.00
 

The School Social Worker in Action: Emergency, Crisis, and Drama

Self-Study Webinar
Live Webinar originally aired on October 20, 2015, 5:30-6:30pm
Fee: $20.00

 

Presenter

Scott Bloom, MSW, LCSW-R
Psychotherapist, Director of School Mental Health for NYC Dept. of Education; Adjunct Associate Professor, NYU Silver School of Social Work