April 28, 2017
31 Washington Place
New York, NY 10003
As alternative sentencing becomes the norm for individuals with special needs and/or who have been charged with quality-of-life crimes, clinicians working in the community will be serving more and more clients who are mandated to care. As a result, it is of tantamount importance for social workers to know how to serve court-mandated clients. Problem-solving courts that focus on treatment and/or counseling instead of incarceration have become de rigeur around issues such as mental health, substance abuse and DUI, and for special populations, such as Veterans. This workshop gives an overview of the Problem-Solving Treatment Court Model from an expert, as well as its applicability to social workers.
Joseph Madonia, LCSW-R, CASAC
Executive Director, The Joseph Leroy and Ann C. Warner Fund
Adjunct Professor, NYU Silver School of Social Work
Former Project Director of the Brooklyn Treatment Court
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This program is approved for 3 CASAC CE hours.
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