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The National Voice of Clinical Social Work 

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You are invited to explore the following programs presented by CSWA. Please note that some events are for members-only while others are open to the public but have reduced rates for members. Please click the link for detailed information, and visit often as new programs are added all the time.

*All CSWA events are held in Eastern Time. 


The below events are offered by other organizations. CSWA takes no responsibility for their content or process. Please reach out directly to the hosting entity with questions. 

SOCIAL WORK LICENSING PREPARATION WEBINAR presented by the Telehealth Certification Institute 

March 31, 2023, 1-3 pm Eastern Time, Online

Finally, a Social Work Licensing Preparation Webinar that gives you the simple tools for preparing for the ASWB and other licensing exams! Whether you are preparing for your Associate, Bachelors, Masters, Advanced Generalist, or Clinical (LCSW) exam, Telehealth Certification Institute LLC invites you to attend to help prepare you for the challenge (save 50% by using our exclusive coupon code "CSWAExamPrep").

INCLUSIVE ANTIRACIST CLINICAL SUPERVISION presented by the California Society for Clinical Social Work

April 14 & 21, 2023, 9am-12:15pm Pacific Daylight Time, Online via Zoom

This training is aimed at raising critical consciousness, antiracist accountability and empowerment in the clinical supervisory relationship. Participants will learn the roles and functions of a supervisor, methods of developing transparent, genuine rapport with supervisees, how to develop a supervisory contract/agreement, engagement, assessment and intervention strategies, ethical and legal considerations, and documentation expectations.

WORKING WITH SHAME AND ANGER IN PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH DR. LESLIE GREENBERG presented by the Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health

May 12 & 13, 2023, 11am-3pm Eastern Daylight Time, Online via Zoom

Now Approved for APA CE Credits! Core unhealthy shame is a major source of psychological distress and human suffering. Shame results in feelings of worthlessness and self- contempt, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, and problematic emotions such as unhealthy anger or rage. In contrast, assertive healthy anger is helpful and therapeutic to change core shame. As a therapist, knowing how to access assertive anger is fundamental in transforming shame as is accessing the sadness of grief related to childhood unmet needs.


Year-round options are available.

CSWA members save 10% on any item on this site of telehealth training and consultation services (the CSWA discount code can be found in our Members-Only area). 

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