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School Social Work Ethics and Boundaries: Relationships Within the School Community

  • 11/20/2020
  • 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Virtual

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  • Registration fee for current members.
  • Registration for members who are retired school social workers or students in a current school social work program. There are a limited number of registrations at this price available.
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School Social Work Ethics and Boundaries:

Relationships Within the School Community


Presented for the WSSWA 2020 Fall Conference



A Virtual Workshop Presented by Julie Incitti, MSW, CAPSW

In this session we will have the chance to self-reflect on our engagement with students and consider when we might be over or underinvolved and how that might impact others. We will learn signs to look out for and consider methods to re-center our relationships to ensure we are working in integrity. Boundaries in light of the current variations of learning modes will be discussed. We will practice a model for having difficult conversations and then how to recognize and interrupt bias in the school setting. This session is adapted to a virtual learning mode and will include small group discussions, appropriate breaks and stretches, polls, and other engaging activities. This course is approved by NASW WI for 4.5 CEHs.


Members: $20

Retiree and Student members: $10

Non-members: $35

 

Current members: log in to your account on the homepage to receive the member discount.

View the Conference Brochure here for further details.


Registration Deadline: November 19th at noon

Zoom link will be sent the day before the workshop.

Purpose and Goals of the Workshop:

  1. Re-familiarize with NASW ethical values - how they apply to school social work
  2. Recognize behaviors of a professional acting in (and outside of) the zone of helpfulness 
  3. Practice difficult conversations related to boundary violations 
  4. Live social justice through preparing to interrupt bias in the school setting 
  5. Feel comfortable using an ethical decision-making model


Questions? email: wisconsinssw@gmail.com

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