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Financial Self-Care for Personal and Professional Use- Presented by the North Carolina Chapter
Financial Social Work (FSW) is an interactive, introspective behavioral model that is heavily psychosocial. Currently practiced across the country and around the world, it changes the financial future of social work graduates, as well as their clients. The FSW certification includes 20 CEs from national NASW. Social workers in all practice will benefit from this course. Attend this webinar to learn how to: • Improve your financial circumstances • Help clients with their money problems • Increase your income using FSW and the FTN • Add this skill to your resume/practice • Become an expert in Financial Wellness; be part of this important new movement participation. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that credits earned are allowable in the jurisdiction of license.
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