Teaching Essential Skills through the use of Videos
Student mastery of concepts is always challenging in today’s classroom! Even more challenging is the ability to capture student’s attention in an engaging and meaningful way. Please join a group of your peers for an informative webinar on techniques to increase student engagement through the use of videos with Ed Jacobs of West Virginia University and Chris Schimmel authors of Group Counseling, 8/e.
Ed and Chris present throughout the United States and world over 20 workshops each year on Impact Therapy, creative counseling, and group counseling for state and national conferences, agencies, school districts, and organizations. They are known for their practical, down-to-earth style in both their presentations and their books.
Presenters: Ed Jacobs and Chris Schimmel, West Virginia University
Date Recorded: 10/1//2016
Presenters: Dr. Ronald Rooney, Dr. Pa Der Vang and Dr. Joan Blakey.
The presenters are among the authors of Direct Social Work Practice which is now available in the 10th edition. Dr. Rooney is Professor Emeritus from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and Dr. Vang is Associate Professor at University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine’s , St. Paul Mn. Dr. Blakey is Associate Professor and Chair of Social Work at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Date Recorded: November 11, 2016
View the Adolescent Interview Video - Megan and Maddie
Managing Online Ethics
This webinar introduces social networking and the ethical tensions they can create for helping professionals. The rapid and pervasive arrival of online networking through blogs, chat rooms, Facebook, and LinkedIn has created unique challenges in the field. The application of familiar ethical concepts, client privacy, professional boundaries, worker self-disclosure, conflicts of interest, and informed consent all take on new forms and complexities in light of technological advances. You will receive guidance on how to translate clinical and ethical standards for a changing electronic environment.
Presenter: Dr. Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW
Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW is the Smith P. Theimann Jr. Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Professional Practice at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work and teaches in the areas of direct practice, higher education, and human resource management. Dr. Strom-Gottfried has written over 60 articles, monographs and chapters on ethics and practice. She is the author of Straight Talk about Professional Ethics and The Ethics of Practice with Minors: High Stakes and Hard Choices and the forthcoming book Cultivating Courage. She is co-author of the texts Best of Boards, Direct Social Work Practice and Teaching Social Work Values and Ethics: A Curriculum Resource.
Date Recorded: November 14, 2016