Recorded Webinars

Recorded webinars are online courses that you can watch in the comfort of your own home. 

 

 
  1. Available courses are listed below by category. Once you have reviewed the list of available courses, please complete the registration form to register. Courses typically cost between $25-35. There is also a $5 registration fee. 
  2. Once you register, you will receive an email with an enrollment key for each course and instructions for creating an account on SmithOnline.
  3. To complete the course, sign in to SmithOnline and enroll in each course by entering the enrollment key.
  4. To receive CE credit you must complete the course evaluation, post-test and submit your attestation.

You have 30 days from the time of enrollment to complete your course.  

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Available Courses (by category)

Awareness to Action: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Jenny Coleman, M.A., LMHC, presents primary prevention strategies using Stop It Now!’s model of prevention and resources for adults and families. After a brief review of the scope of sexual abuse, Coleman will introduce participants to key steps in prevention.

Beyond Diversity: Core Concepts of Social Justice

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Toby Davis, M.Ed., discusses core social justice concepts such as privilege, power, intersectionality and oppression and helps participants analyze their own experiences of privilege and oppression and identify concrete steps to apply a liberatory consciousness to their own spheres of influence. 

Beyond Gatekeeping: Using the WPATH Standards of Care to Support Client Advocacy and Growth for Transgender and Nonbinary Individuals

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Hunter Swanson, M.S.W., LICSW, will provide a review of some of the tools available to us as clinicians that inform the documentation specific to collateral work on behalf of trans & nb clients. 

CBT for Kids

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Elisa E. Nebolsine, LCSW, teaches clinicians at all levels the basics of using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with youth. 

Cultural Competence: A Tool for Addressing Racism in Palliative Social Work

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, APHSW-C, discusses the revised NASW Code of Ethics, its values and principles, the barriers and mediating factors influencing healthcare inequities and cultural competence as a tool for addressing racism in palliative social work. 

Cultural Considerations for Improving Care at End of Life

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, APHSW-C, provides participants with knowledge and understanding of the revised NASW Standards and Indicators for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice. 

Cultural Humility and Empowerment: Anti-oppressive Approaches in the Therapy Room

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, ACS, MAC, SAP, explores best practices for cultural humility and empowerment through an anti-oppression lens that presents ways of guiding the therapeutic relationship development to not only respectfully acknowledge difference but also to maximize it to improve interactions and outcomes.

Ethical Issues in Supervision: Evolving Contexts

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Stephanie Washington, Ed.D., LCSW-S, assists beginning and experienced supervisors in the development of practical tools and responses to ethical transactions with supervisees across varying contexts and developmental levels.

Everything You Wanted to Know about Being an Adjunct Professor

CEs: none available | Level: Intermediate
Marianne Yoshioka, M.S.W., MBA, Ph.D., LCSW, provides attendees with an overview of teaching as an adjunct faculty member from point of hire to understanding the objectives of an effective university instructor or advisor to being in the classroom. 

Foundational Skills for Trans Inclusion
         
           CEs:
2 | Level: Intermediate
           Davey Shlasko, M.Ed. will explore the nuance and diversity of gender identity, key terminology and concepts for understanding trans identities and barriers, risks and resilience factors common in trans communities.

Introduction to Palliative Care

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Jennifer Halpern, Ph.D., LMSW, APHSW-C, reviews some of the numerous roles for passionate palliative/hospice social workers, introduces social worker’s role in the micro, meso and macro levels of health-related organizations and the community and discusses how the experienced practitioner is likely to incorporate all of these approaches. 

Is it Conflict or Abuse? Assessing for Power and Control

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Catherine Hodes, M.S.W., LICSW,  examines key ways in which abusive relationships are different from relationships where there is escalated conflict and volatility. Understanding complex power dynamics and exploring autonomy, entitlement, fear, and isolation can help deepen assessments. Comparing healthy, high-conflict, and abusive relationships in several key areas helps to promote safety, trauma-reduction, and best practice. Specific assessment questions and a case scenario are presented.

Moral Distress and COVID-19

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Vickie Leff, LCSW, BCD, APHSW-C, will discuss the fundamental issues related to moral distress, using evidence-based literature and case examples.  

More Than Two: Working with Non-monogamy and Polyamory

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, ACS, MAC, SAP, assists participants in understanding variations in non-monogamous and polyamorous relationship structures, in order to enhance their therapeutic skills when working with individuals and relationships that are not traditionally monogamous.

Opening the Relationship: Couple and Family Therapy with Alternative Family Structures and Polyamorous Relationships 

CEs: 2 | Level: Intermediate
Shannon L. Sennott, LICSW, CST, will introduce participants to the Alternative Family Structures Approach (AFSA), an eight-session foundational guide for clinicians who are working with clients who wish to be in consensually non-monogamous relationships or redefine their family structure to include other emotional, sexual, or intimate partnerships. 

Practicing Alcohol Moderation

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Craig James, LCSW, LSATP, MAC, and Cyndi Turner, LCSW, LSATP, MAC, present an overview of harm reduction, differentiate types of drinkers and their treatment needs, interpret the Alcohol Moderation Assessment, develop a Moderate Drinking Plan, and teach tools for alcohol moderation.

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Evidence-Based Practice: Friends or Foes?

CEs: 1.25 | Level: Intermediate
Melissa D. Grady, M.S.W., Ph.D., LICSW, LCSW, will identify how the evidence-based practice process (EBP) can and should be a critical part of every social work practice, and how its principles can be a complement to, and enhancement of, the psychodynamic interventions that clinical social workers are using within their practices.

Racial Identity Development and Child Welfare 

CEs: 1.25 | Level: Intermediate
Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., examines racial identity development and the importance of understanding one’s own racial identity. Participants will learn the different stages of Racial Identity Development and how one’s racial identity impacts one’s work with families.

Remote Clinical Supervision During the COVID-19 Pandemic

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Introductory
Allison Abrams, LCSW-R and Liat Shklarski, Ph.D., LCSW, will present the results of a mixed-methods study about effective remote supervision during this transition period, some of the most important mediating variables for culturally competent supervision based on empirical evidence and ways to incorporate social justice into clinical supervision.

Sex Therapy with Erotically Marginalized Clients

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Shannon L. Sennott, LICSW, CST, will provide an affirmative framework for working clinically with erotically marginalized clients in a psychotherapy or sex therapy setting. 

Starting a Private Practice

CEs: None available | Level: Intermediate
Jen Erbe Leggett, M.S.W. '99, LICSW, Ronjonette O’Bannon, Ph.D. '20, LCSW, and Sara Schieffelin, M.S.W. '08, LICSW, answer questions about starting a private practice. Topics will include things to know before you start your practice, balancing business with social work values and how to support the administrative side of a clinical practice.

Suicidality: Changing the Narrative

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Simone Jacobs, LCSW-C, and Joanne Zucchetto, LCSW-C, ask participants to reconsider current understanding of suicidal behaviors as the problem and to demonstrate, through case examples, how suicidality holds meaning for our clients that requires exploration. Jacobs and Zucchetto also present techniques to help work through the many emotional, practical and ethical problems that can arise from an acute or chronic suicidal crisis.

 Supporting Alternative Learners in Hybrid/Remote Education

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how to help alternative learners create effective daily routines, reduce procrastination, manage challenges with online learning, maintain social connections, balance screen time and improve family connections.

Supporting the Needs of the AAPI Community During the COVID-19 Era

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Dean Marianne Yoshioka, M.S.W., MBA, Ph.D., LICSW, and panelists Hye-Kyung Kang, M.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., Rani Varghese, M.S.W., Ed.D. and Phuongloan Vo, M.S.W, LISW-S, discuss the current challenges facing the AAPI community and the roots of AAPI racism in the United States.

Trans-centered Clinical Social Work: Exploring Cissexism and Use of Self in Trans-Affirming Care

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Damon Constantinides, M.S.W., Ph.D., LCSW, CST, introduces trans-centered care as an active model of practicing towards a world that centers justice and healing. 

Two of Them, One of Me: The Art of Holding Two Perspectives in Couples Therapy

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Nancy Knudsen, LMFT, discusses how doing effective therapy with more than one person in the room is a whole different endeavor from working with an individual.

Understanding the Social and Psychological Aspects of the Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE)

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Merritt Juliano, J.D., LCSW, will familiarize participants with the basic facts of interrelated aspects of the climate and biodiversity crises, and inform participants about the social and psychological impacts of these crises on individuals, families and communities. Recognizing and approaching client concerns related to these crises will also be discussed and an understanding of psychological defenses and socio-cultural factors at play in the avoidance of these crises will be described.

What I Wish My Cis Therapist Knew

CEs: None available | Level: Intermediate
Cohosts Mary Curtin, M.S.W. '00, LICSW,  and Toby Davis, M.Ed.,will lead a discussion with panelists TAYLOR ALXNDR, Lorelei Erisis and Miles Collins-Sibley around the common reasons trans folx seek treatment, common missteps cis therapists make and the skills, characteristics and best practices that are most helpful in working with trans-identified individuals. 

When Worrying Takes Over: Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety and Build Resilience

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how anxiety works and what professionals (and parents) can do to help kids reduce their worries. Saline will also show participants how to help kids change their relationship with worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. 

Working with Clients with Emerging Serious Mental Illness

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Lisa Youngling Howard, M.D., will review fundamentals of diagnostic assessments, the basics of pharmacologic treatments and therapeutic work with clients and she will help participants develop a shared vocabulary around psychotic symptoms.

You Can Do This: Motivating Kids Who are Out-of-the-Box Thinkers

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., provides a strength based, collaborative approach to motivate ADHD teens who are out of the box thinkers. Saline will share strategies to teach all-important executive functioning skills that increase personal accountability and foster independence.

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate 
Stephanie Washington, Ed.D., LCSW-S, assists beginning and experienced supervisors in the development of practical tools and responses to ethical transactions with supervisees across varying contexts and developmental levels.
CEs: none available | Level: Intermediate
Marianne Yoshioka, M.S.W., MBA, Ph.D., provides attendees with an overview of teaching as an adjunct faculty member from point of hire to understanding the objectives of an effective university instructor or advisor to being in the classroom. 
 

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Introductory
Allison Abrams, LCSW-R and Liat Shklarski, Ph.D., LCSW, will present the results of a mixed-methods study about effective remote supervision during this transition period, some of the most important mediating variables for culturally competent supervision based on empirical evidence and ways to incorporate social justice into clinical supervision.

Starting a Private Practice

CEs: None available | Level: Intermediate
Jen Erbe Leggett, M.S.W. '99, LICSW, Ronjonette O’Bannon, Ph.D. '20, LCSW, and Sara Schieffelin, M.S.W. '08, LICSW, answer questions about starting a private practice. Topics will include things to know before you start your practice, balancing business with social work values and how to support the administrative side of a clinical practice.

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Jenny Coleman, M.A., LMHC, presents primary prevention strategies using Stop It Now!’s model of prevention and resources for adults and families. After a brief review of the scope of sexual abuse, Coleman will introduce participants to key steps in prevention.
 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Elisa E. Nebolsine, LCSW, teaches clinicians at all levels the basics of using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with youth. 
CEs: 1.25 | Level: Intermediate
Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., examines racial identity development and the importance of understanding one’s own racial identity. Participants will learn the different stages of Racial Identity Development and how one’s racial identity impacts one’s work with families.
 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how to help alternative learners create effective daily routines, reduce procrastination, manage challenges with online learning, maintain social connections, balance screen time and improve family connections.

When Worrying Takes Over: Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety and Build Resilience
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how anxiety works and what professionals (and parents) can do to help kids reduce their worries. Saline will also show participants how to help kids change their relationship with worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., provides a strength based, collaborative approach to motivate ADHD teens who are out of the box thinkers. Saline will share strategies to teach all-important executive functioning skills that increase personal accountability and foster independence.

 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, ACS, MAC, SAP, explores the systems of oppression that impact marginalized people, particularly people of color and sexual minority individuals in the therapy room. Glick will explore best practices through an anti-oppression lens that presents ways of guiding the therapeutic relationship development to not only respectfully acknowledge difference but also to maximize it to improve interactions and outcomes.

Ethical Issues in Supervision: Evolving Contexts
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Stephanie Washington, Ed.D., LCSW-S, assists beginning and experienced supervisors in the development of practical tools and responses to ethical transactions with supervisees across varying contexts and developmental levels.
 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Catherine Hodes, M.S.W. LICSW, examines key ways in which abusive relationships are different from relationships where there is escalated conflict and volatility. Understanding complex power dynamics and exploring autonomy, entitlement, fear, and isolation can help deepen assessments. Comparing healthy, high-conflict, and abusive relationships in several key areas helps to promote safety, trauma-reduction, and best practice. Specific assessment questions and a case scenario are presented.

Practicing Alcohol Moderation
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Craig James, LCSW, LSATP, MAC, and Cyndi Turner, LCSW, LSATP, MAC, present an overview of harm reduction, differentiate types of drinkers and their treatment needs, interpret the Alcohol Moderation Assessment, develop a Moderate Drinking Plan, and teach tools for alcohol moderation.
 
CEs: 1.25 | Level: Intermediate
Melissa D. Grady, M.S.W., Ph.D., LICSW, LCSW, will identify how the evidence-based practice process (EBP) can and should be a critical part of every social work practice, and how its principles can be a complement to, and enhancement of, the psychodynamic interventions that clinical social workers are using within their practices.

Suicidality: Changing the Narrative
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Simone Jacobs, LCSW-C, and Joanne Zucchetto, LCSW-C, ask participants to reconsider current understanding of suicidal behaviors as the problem and to demonstrate, through case examples, how suicidality holds meaning for our clients that requires exploration. Jacobs and Zucchetto also present techniques to help work through the many emotional, practical and ethical problems that can arise from an acute or chronic suicidal crisis.

Understanding the Social and Psychological Aspects of the Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE)

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Merritt Juliano, J.D., LCSW, will familiarize participants with the basic facts of interrelated aspects of the climate and biodiversity crises, and inform participants about the social and psychological impacts of these crises on individuals, families and communities. Recognizing and approaching client concerns related to these crises will also be discussed and an understanding of psychological defenses and socio-cultural factors at play in the avoidance of these crises will be described.

Working with Clients with Emerging Serious Mental Illness
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Lisa Youngling Howard, M.D., will review fundamentals of diagnostic assessments, the basics of pharmacologic treatments and therapeutic work with clients and she will help participants develop a shared vocabulary around psychotic symptoms.
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Catherine Hodes, M.S.W., LICSW, examines key ways in which abusive relationships are different from relationships where there is escalated conflict and volatility. Understanding complex power dynamics and exploring autonomy, entitlement, fear, and isolation can help deepen assessments. Comparing healthy, high-conflict, and abusive relationships in several key areas helps to promote safety, trauma-reduction, and best practice. Specific assessment questions and a case scenario are presented.

More Than Two: Working with Non-monogamy and Polyamory
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, ACS, MAC, SAP, assists participants in understanding variations in non-monogamous and polyamorous relationship structures, in order to enhance their therapeutic skills when working with individuals and relationships that are not traditionally monogamous.

Two of Them, One of Me: The Art of Holding Two Perspectives in Couples Therapy
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Nancy Knudsen, LMFT, discusses how doing effective therapy with more than one person in the room is a whole different endeavor from working with an individual.

Cultural Competence: A Tool for Addressing Racism in Palliative Social Work

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, APHSW-C, discusses the revised NASW Code of Ethics, its values and principles, the barriers and mediating factors influencing healthcare inequities and cultural competence as a tool for addressing racism in palliative social work. 

Moral Distress and COVID-19
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Vickie Leff, LCSW, BCD, APHSW-C, will discuss the fundamental issues related to moral distress, using evidence-based literature and case examples.  
 
Remote Clinical Supervision During the COVID-19 Pandemic

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Introductory
Allison Abrams, LCSW-R and Liat Shklarski, Ph.D., LCSW, will present the results of a mixed-methods study about effective remote supervision during this transition period, some of the most important mediating variables for culturally competent supervision based on empirical evidence and ways to incorporate social justice into clinical supervision.

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how to help alternative learners create effective daily routines, reduce procrastination, manage challenges with online learning, maintain social connections, balance screen time and improve family connections.

Supporting the Needs of the AAPI Community During the COVID-19 Era

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Dean Marianne Yoshioka, M.S.W., MBA, Ph.D., LICSW, and panelists Hye-Kyung Kang, M.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., Rani Varghese, M.S.W., Ed.D. and Phuongloan Vo, M.S.W, LISW-S, discuss the current challenges facing the AAPI community and the roots of AAPI racism in the United States.

When Worrying Takes Over: Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety and Build Resilience
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., discusses how anxiety works and what professionals (and parents) can do to help kids reduce their worries. Saline will also show participants how to help kids change their relationship with worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, provides participants with knowledge and understanding of the revised NASW Standards and Indicators for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice. 

Cultural Competence: A Tool for Addressing Racism in Palliative Social Work

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, APHSW-C, discusses the revised NASW Code of Ethics, its values and principles, the barriers and mediating factors influencing healthcare inequities and cultural competence as a tool for addressing racism in palliative social work. 

Introduction to Palliative Care
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Jennifer Halpern, Ph.D., LMSW, APHSW-C, reviews some of the numerous roles for passionate palliative/hospice social workers, introduces social worker’s role in the micro, meso and macro levels of health-related organizations and the community and discusses how the experienced practitioner is likely to incorporate all of these approaches. 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Toby Davis, M.Ed., discusses core social justice concepts such as privilege, power, intersectionality and oppression and helps participants analyze their own experiences of privilege and oppression and identify concrete steps to apply a liberatory consciousness to their own spheres of influence. 

Cultural Competence: A Tool for Addressing Racism in Palliative Social Work

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Karen Bullock, Ph.D., LCSW, APHSW-C, discusses the revised NASW Code of Ethics, its values and principles, the barriers and mediating factors influencing healthcare inequities and cultural competence as a tool for addressing racism in palliative social work. 

Cultural Humility and Empowerment: Anti-oppressive Approaches in the Therapy Room
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, ACS, MAC, SAP, explores best practices for cultural humility and empowerment through an anti-oppression lens that presents ways of guiding the therapeutic relationship development to not only respectfully acknowledge difference but also to maximize it to improve interactions and outcomes.
CEs: 1.25 | Level: Intermediate
Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., examines racial identity development and the importance of understanding one’s own racial identity. Participants will learn the different stages of Racial Identity Development and how one’s racial identity impacts one’s work with families.

Supporting the Needs of the AAPI Community During the COVID-19 Era

CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Dean Marianne Yoshioka, M.S.W., MBA, Ph.D., LICSW, and panelists Hye-Kyung Kang, M.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., Rani Varghese, M.S.W., Ed.D. and Phuongloan Vo, M.S.W, LISW-S, discuss the current challenges facing the AAPI community and the roots of AAPI racism in the United States.



 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Shannon L. Sennott, LICSW, CST, will provide an affirmative framework for working clinically with erotically marginalized clients in a psychotherapy or sex therapy setting. 

Opening the Relationship: Couple and Family Therapy with Alternative Family Structures and Polyamorous Relationships 

CEs: 2 | Level: Intermediate
Shannon L. Sennott, LICSW, CST, will introduce participants to the Alternative Family Structures Approach (AFSA), an eight-session foundational guide for clinicians who are working with clients who wish to be in consensually non-monogamous relationships or redefine their family structure to include other emotional, sexual, or intimate partnerships. 
Beyond Gatekeeping: Using the WPATH Standards of Care to Support Client Advocacy and Growth for Transgender and Nonbinary Individuals
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Hunter Swanson, M.S.W., LICSW, will provide a review of some of the tools available to us as clinicians that inform the documentation specific to collateral work on behalf of trans & nb clients. ​
 
         
           CEs: 2 | Level: Intermediate
           Davey Shlasko, M.Ed. will explore the nuance and diversity of gender identity, key terminology and concepts for understanding trans identities and barriers, risks and resilience factors common in trans communities.
 
Sex Therapy with Erotically Marginalized Clients
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Shannon L. Sennott, LICSW, CST, will provide an affirmative framework for working clinically with erotically marginalized clients in a psychotherapy or sex therapy setting. 
CEs: 1.5 | Level: Intermediate
Damon Constantinides, M.S.W., Ph.D., LCSW, CST, introduces trans-centered care as an active model of practicing towards a world that centers justice and healing. 
 
What I Wish My Cis Therapist Knew
CEs: None available | Level: Intermediate
Cohosts Mary Curtin, M.S.W. '00, LICSW,  and Toby Davis, M.Ed.,will lead a discussion with panelists TAYLOR ALXNDR, Lorelei Erisis and Miles Collins-Sibley around the common reasons trans folx seek treatment, common missteps cis therapists make and the skills, characteristics and best practices that are most helpful in working with trans-identified individuals. 

 

Continuing Education Credit Information

Continuing Education (CE) credits are offered through the following organizations. The type of credits offered varies by course. Please review individual course pages to determine which types of credit are available. It is the attendees' responsibility to contact their licensing board to determine eligibility to meet continuing education requirements.
 
Social Work
  • Smith College School for Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and is therefore authorized to provide CEs as a postsecondary institution accredited by CSWE in many states. Courses offered through the School's Program of Professional Education are awarded continuing education credits in accordance with Continuing Education Regulation 258, CMR, 31.00 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  
  • Select courses offer New York State Education Department CEs.

    Smith College School for Social Work is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0169. 
  • Select courses offer CE credits through Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) . 

    Smith College School for Social Work, #1755, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Smith College School for Social Work maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 11/19/2021-11/19/2024.
Psychology
  • Select courses also offer psychology CE credit. 

    Amego Prepare: Co-sponsored training events for psychology CE credit with Smith College School for Social Work. Amego Prepare​ is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Amego Prepare maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Due to changes in continuing education requirements for NY licensed psychologists, APA CE Sponsor credits may not be accepted for re-licensure at this time. Please check the NY Psychology Board regulations for CE requirements currently in effect.
Counselors (LMHC/LPC)
  • Select courses also offer NBCC credit. 

    Smith College School for Social Work has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7110. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Smith College School for Social Work is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.