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NASW-NJ is pleased to offer pre-recorded online CE courses for purchase. Any of the courses on this website will be valid for NJ licensure.
Prescription Opioid Dependence (1 Prescription Opioid CEU) Learn the basics about the prescription opioid addiction epidemic in the tri-state area. Hear how to spot it and learn about referral/treatment options.
This 1 CEU course meets the requirement for the 1 Credit of Prescription Opioid CEU for Social Workers in New Jersey.
Census 2020: Making Sure Every Community Counts (2 Ethics CEUs) The US Constitution requires a decennial Census count of every living person in the United States. Many communities that social workers serve are considered “hard-to-count” populations, often missed by the Census. As we near the upcoming Census, this is a good time to make sure we are well informed about how the Census impacts funding, data and legislative representation, special challenges for the 2020 count, and how to support efforts to Get Out the Count with an awareness of the ethical and legal mandates that guide social workers' engagement in social and political action.
Grieving Children & Teens: Creative Interventions for Individual and Group Work (2 Clinical or Social/Cultural Competence CEUs) The experience of losing a loved one is often very challenging, especially for children and teenagers. Common issues and needs of grieving children across developmental stages and various backgrounds will be examined. Creative and expressive art techniques for individual and group work will be explored.
Culturally Competent Care of Transgender, Nonbinary, and Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) Clients for Cisgender Clinicians 101: The Basics (2 Clinical or Social/Cultural Competence CEUs) “Gender Identity,” “Gender Expression,” and “Sex and Assigned at Birth” are just some of the terms used to describe the transgender community. Terminology and concepts are rapidly evolving, and our practice knowledge must be routinely updated and revised. Social Workers who seek to be current, respectful, and affirming in their use of language and culturally competent in their treatment settings should prioritize learning that pushes the boundaries of outdated knowledge, ideas, and practices in the provision of care.
Recent changes in the conceptualization of transgender identity have been incorporated and codified in the revisions from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 4th Edition Text Revision (DSV-IV-TR) to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5th Edition (DSM-V).