Presented by: NASW North Carolina Chapter
This webinar will review the ethical obligation to think from a systems theory perspective when there are changes to the practice setting. This webinar will review standard models of policy analysis and reiterate the key need social workers have to become consumers of public policy in order to better challenge and shape it. This webinar will challenge the commercialization of our work as supervisors and leaders of the profession using an ethical dilemma framework.
Jack is the Executive Director of NAMI NC. NAMI NC is the state chapter for NAMI, the largest grassroots organization representing the family and consumer experience living with severe mental illness. Jack is a social worker by training and has spent years as an advocate in NC; as a non profit professional leading programs; as an award winning academic teaching and researching best practices in community organizing, public policy, and social work; and as a direct practice clinician specializing in those with dual diagnosis. Jack is an LCSW, LCAS, CCS, and holds the NASW-NC certification in clinical supervision. Jack comes to NAMI NC as a family member and someone who lives with mental illness on a daily basis. In 2007 Social Work Today Magazine named Jack "One of Today's Most Influential Social Workers."