Every year since 2014, NYU Silver's Office of Global and Lifelong Learning has presented a series of themed continuing education seminars, held once per month. These half-day programs focus on key social work issues and challenge the participants to expand their knowledge and sensitivity related to a specific topic.
SEMINARS AT SILVER ON THE SQUARE
The 2018 seminar series is focused on enhancing clinical skills. Each seminar will be led by an expert speaker in the particular topic area and will offer insight and in-depth perspective for social work practitioners.
A variety of discounts are available for NYU Silver graduates, selected affiliates, veterans, and three or more registrants from a single agency. Each session is NYSED and ACE approved for three continuing education contact hours.
We hope you will join us as we welcome an outstanding array of experts who will share their wisdom in formal presentations and highly interactive experiences. Please visit the links to the right to find information and register for each seminar. All of the seminars take place in NYU Silver's Parlor, located at 1 Washington Square North on Washington Square Park.
2019 Seminar Series
- March 20 l Seeing Through an Attachment Lens: Clinical Considerations for Attachment-based Assessments and Interventions in Contemporary Psychotherapeutic Practice
- March 26 l Police Interactions and Intergenerational Trauma in Communities of Color: What Practitioners Can Do About It
- April 17 l Working with Fathers and Families: Journeying Toward Father-Inclusive Practice and Family Cohesion
- May 8 l Beyond Experiential Grounding Techniques: Use of Whole-Person Embodiment in Liberatory Clinical Practice
- July 10 l Fatherhood and Community Wellness: The Impact that Father Absence has on Communities of Color
- Starting Where the Client is at: Addiction Treatment with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Clients
- Staying Equidistant Between Parents & Child - Concurrent Parent Child Psychotherapy: Concepts and Skills for Clinical Practice