NASW UT Calendar

Chapter Growth Committee Meeting

NASW-Utah Chapter Growth Committee

NASWUT Chapter 0 1991

We welcome and encourage all NASW-Utah members to join us as we discuss how to provide support and partner with the community.

The Chapter Growth committee meets on the second Thursday at 3 PM in the months of October, December, February, April, June, August.

LINK TO ZOOM

YOU CAN RECEIVE CEU CREDITS:
You can earn up to six hours of CEU credit for each renewal cycle by participating in an NASW-Utah committee.
These credits qualify as ethics/law credits.

Mental Health Pracitce Act Rule:

R156-60-105(6): 

for each hour of volunteer service on boards, committees, or in leadership roles in any state, national, or international organization for the development and improvement of the licensee's profession, one CE hour, in whole or part of which may be counted as regular credit or ethics, law, or technology credit, up to a maximum of six CE hours during each two-year period.

Chapter Growth Committee Meeting

NASW-Utah Chapter Growth Committee

NASWUT Chapter 0 1991

We welcome and encourage all NASW-Utah members to join us as we discuss how to provide support and partner with the community.

The Chapter Growth committee meets on the second Thursday at 3 PM in the months of October, December, February, April, June, August.

LINK TO ZOOM

YOU CAN RECEIVE CEU CREDITS:
You can earn up to six hours of CEU credit for each renewal cycle by participating in an NASW-Utah committee.
These credits qualify as ethics/law credits.

Mental Health Pracitce Act Rule:

R156-60-105(6): 

for each hour of volunteer service on boards, committees, or in leadership roles in any state, national, or international organization for the development and improvement of the licensee's profession, one CE hour, in whole or part of which may be counted as regular credit or ethics, law, or technology credit, up to a maximum of six CE hours during each two-year period.

Chapter Growth Committee Meeting

NASW-Utah Chapter Growth Committee

NASWUT Chapter 0 1991

We welcome and encourage all NASW-Utah members to join us as we discuss how to provide support and partner with the community.

The Chapter Growth committee meets on the second Thursday at 3 PM in the months of October, December, February, April, June, August.

LINK TO ZOOM

YOU CAN RECEIVE CEU CREDITS:
You can earn up to six hours of CEU credit for each renewal cycle by participating in an NASW-Utah committee.
These credits qualify as ethics/law credits.

Mental Health Pracitce Act Rule:

R156-60-105(6): 

for each hour of volunteer service on boards, committees, or in leadership roles in any state, national, or international organization for the development and improvement of the licensee's profession, one CE hour, in whole or part of which may be counted as regular credit or ethics, law, or technology credit, up to a maximum of six CE hours during each two-year period.

Social Justice, Civility and Dialogue

NASW-Utah Monthly CEU

NASWUT Chapter 0 227

Please verify if you are registering for April 19th or October 18th.

The ​course is 9 AM - 11 AM Mountain ​Time

REGISTER https://naswinstitute.inreachce.com/Details/Information/2fd5c62c-c652-4a8d-b72e-02b719481cea

Is it possible to have the challenging social justice dialogues we need to have today with both civility and honest boldness?  

We say YES; it is not only possible but necessary for us to both bridge the differences that divide us and form the kinds of cooperative relationships necessary to deal with the social justice challenges that now confront us all.   

Dialogue is communication approach that promotes a “confirmation of otherness” as Martin Buber and M. Friedman proposed. Dialogue enables people with different viewpoints to form relationships across the differences that divide us.  Dialogue requires speaking with respect and listening for understanding. Dialogue is always nonviolent; violence and threat of violence creates a monologue because it silences the other.

Related to dialogue is the concept of civility. Civility is arguably the foundation of civilization.  According to The Institute for Civility in Government, "Civility is about more than just politeness, although politeness is a necessary first step. It is about disagreeing without disrespect, seeking common ground as a starting point for dialogue about differences, listening past one's preconceptions, and teaching others to do the same."

Today, social workers arguably need training in dialogue participation, dialogue facilitation, and civility more than ever before. Our local communities and nation are currently challenged by systemic racism, political polarization, pandemic, climate change, and inequality.

In this largely experiential two-hour workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice knowledge, skills, and values in civility and dialogue training that they can use in their own social work practice, on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels.

LINKS TO RESOURCES:

The Confirmation of Otherness, in Family, Community, and Society - LINK

Who We Are/What Is Civility? - LINK
 

The Facilitators

We are two diverse colleagues, friends, and social workers who collectively have well over 50 years of experience in Dialogue Facilitation with Social Justice issues.

David Parker, PhD is an educator, consultant, motivational artist and author of books for children. David's educational and professional background is dynamic and diverse. David consults with the educational, business, government and law enforcement communities on issues related to how their organizational is impacted by beliefs. He teaches the Inclusive Dialogue class for the College of Social Work at the University of Utah. David is the Vice President of the Utah National Association of Social Workers.

Drdave Derezotes, LCSW, PhD is retired Director of Peace and Conflict Studies in the College of Humanities, Chair of the Senate Advisory Committee on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, and Professor in the College of Social Work at the University

Ethical Consultations for a Sound Social Work Practice

NASW-Utah Monthly CEU

NASWUT Chapter 0 278

June 22, 2023

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mountain Time
The course registration has the time listed in eastern time zone. The course is at 12 PM mountain (2 PM EASTERN)

REGISTER HERE

Objectives:

•To outline the ethical mandate for social workers to engage in meaningful consultative practices as outline in the NASW Code of Ethics.  

•To understand the differences between consultation and supervision, and the mandates for both.

•Strategies to conduct strong interdisciplinary consultations.

•To develop technical and clinical skills in creating excellent consultative practices.

•Strategies to build strong social work consultation for all types of practices.


Annika K. Hunt, LCSW.  NASW-UT Board Vice President.  20+ years of clinical experience working in administration, healthcare and military settings. She has operated as a sole social worker in multiple agencies and has learned firsthand the critical importance of good social work consultation to managing safe, professional and ethical care of clients. 

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