Professional Education offers a series of webinars throughout the year for social workers and other clinicians. Webinars cover a range of topics from clinical supervision, therapeutic interventions and emerging theories. Conveniently offered during noon lunch hours, webinars are designed to help clinicians go beyond without taking time off from work.

If you are interested in events with active participation, please register for a virtual seminar.


Upcoming Webinars

This webinar will examine racial identity development and the importance of understanding one’s own racial identity. Participants will learn the different stages of Racial Identity Development. This will bring awareness to how one’s racial identity impacts one’s work with families. Family separation and the trauma that lingers when a child is removed from their family will also be discussed, in addition to the ways privilege shows up in our work and what we can do to create a safe space for our often subjugated clients to be seen and heard. 

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This workshop will introduce trans-centered care as an active model of practicing towards a world that centers justice and healing. Trans-centered care challenges therapists to shift foundational perspectives of gender that are rooted in mainstream Western culture, to create a clinical experience for transgender and gender non-conforming people (TGNC) that centers and lifts their own experiences and realities. Participants will be asked to practice personal reflection and curiosity regarding their own gendered experience and gender identity. 

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This webinar equips practitioners to incorporate measurement-based care (MBC) into their clinical practice. MBC is an empirically supported clinical approach that can be added to any theoretical orientation to enhance clinical outcomes. It is a systematic way to capture clients’ responses to treatment and their progress towards meeting their treatment goals.

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This webinar will focus on asexuality as a sexual orientation / attraction and aromanticism as a romantic orientation / attraction. Participants will learn key definitions and characteristics of these identities. They also will learn to identify and debunk common myths about asexual or aromantic people. Finally, participants will learn updated, affirmative language to utilize when working with clients who identify as asexual or aromantic. 

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