Addressing Domestic Violence Through the Social Work Lens
On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States – that’s more than 10 million domestic violence cases a year. Social workers provide counseling and support through many settings such as shelter programs, healthcare offices, individual counseling, and court advocacy, as well as advocate for programs and legislation to address domestic violence. This forum will help social workers gain a deeper understanding and knowledge base of how to assist their clients in dealing with domestic violence.
With substantial collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, a variety of sessions will have special emphasis on social work within the veteran community.
By viewing the 2019 NASW Virtual Forum, you will be able to
- Access 4 plenary sessions and 8 breakout sessions
- Earn up to 8 CE contact hours
- Learn about the following topics as they relate to domestic violence: clinical practice, children & families, LGBTQ, policy and more.
- View the sessions in real-time from your home, office, or mobile device.
Don't miss out! Access cutting-edge presentations by recognized thought leaders to enhance your knowledge of practice trends, policy, and research findings.
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Here’s what people are saying…
"I enjoyed those two days of sessions so much - everything was just so easy - and the quality of the presentations was amazing!"
Jennie Aden, ACSW, LCSW
June Virtual Forum Recordings
If you previously registered for the live Virtual Forum in June, you can view the recordings until October 31st by clicking here or on the link at the top of the page. Self-study CE credit is available until that date by viewing the recordings, taking the post-tests, and answering a brief survey.