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Continuing Education for Social Work

In the Wurzweiler School of Social Work tradition, we are proud to offer the best continuing education classes for social workers, both online and at our NYC campus.
Earn CEUs (Continuing Education Units) and gain valuable social work training.

UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFERINGS

Community Responses to Trauma

Friday, March 19, 2021
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Eastern Time
Online Zoom Course
(You will need to register to receive login information.)

Registration: 3 CEU Credit Hours

General: Through March 9, 2021: $70; March 10-18: $90

Wurzweiler Alumni and Current WSSW Field Instructors: Through March 9, 2021: $50; March 10-18: $65

All Current Students: $15

“Registration for this event closes on Thursday, March 18, 2021, at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time.”

Dr. Mooli Lahad

Dr. Mooli Lahad, a world-renowned Psychotrauma specialist and full professor at Tel Hai College in Israel, will present a hands-on workshop on Community Resilience in Response to Trauma experienced by communities under stress and facing life-threatening situations with prolonged uncertainties. Dr. Lahad’s training will be based on his Basic PH Model of Coping and Resilience, a unique intervention that encourages the development of coping skills to assist in managing complex stressors throughout the life cycle, and some methods of understanding, planning, and intervening in communities following crisis. These models have been used by communities globally to manage the impact of post-traumatic grief and other major psychological effects of disasters.

Dr. Lahad is senior medical and education psychologist, professor of dramatherapy and psychology at Tel Hai College in the Upper Galilee in Israel, and founder and president of the Community Stress Prevention Center (CSPC), an NGO which he founded 40 years ago. He is an advisor to ministries and governments world-wide on coping and resilience in the face of adversities.

Dr. Lahad developed the BASIC PH model and the 6 Parts story making (6PSM) and many other models and methods to use dramatherapy, bibliotherapy in the treatment of children and adults, and developed the SEE FAR CBT method for the treatment of PTSD. Dr. Lahad is the author and co-author of 35 books and many articles on the topics of communities under stress, resilience, the use of arts in coping with life-threatening situations, loss & bereavement.


PODCAST

Rabbis, chaplains, and social workers are often called on to provide spiritual care near life’s end. Whether in response to serious illness, advanced cognitive or physical decline in old age, or unexpected, tragic violence, health care professionals and clergy need to respond compassionately and effectively with families facing spiritual, emotional, and existential crises. Clips from Wurzweiler School of Social Work’s “Spirituality Near the End of Life” Conference in July 2019 include leading clergy, chaplains, and social workers offering their knowledge, skills, and wisdom to assist professionals seeking to better integrate spiritual care into their professional and community work.

Why Wurzweiler for Continuing Ed?

Our top-ranked Wurzweiler School of Social Work based in Manhattan — the heart of New York City — is currently offering continuing education opportunities that will appeal to professional social workers in diverse fields of practice. You can go anywhere, but why not try one, two, or three of our programs available to you at convenient times and locations? We know you will gain knowledge while satisfying your CE requirements. The name Wurzweiler is synonymous with Excellence. We look forward to seeing you here.

Accredited CE Credits

Wurzweiler is an approved provider of Continuing Education credits for licensed social workers by New York State and the ASWB. 

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As per New York State Continuing Education Guidelines, attendees must arrive on time and attend the ENTIRE workshop to receive their Continuing Education Contact Hours. Any attendees who arrive late or leaves early to a workshop WILL NOT receive their certificate, are not allowed admittance into the workshop, and are also not eligible for a refund in any way. Please check transportation schedules ahead of time and plan accordingly.

To receive your certificate of completion, on the workshop date, please sign-in with your time and before you leave, initial-out with your time. Please allow up to 30 calendar days after the workshop date to receive your certificate.

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