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Continuing Education for Social Work

We are proud to offer the best continuing education classes for social workers, both online and at our NYC campus.

UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFERINGS

Reproductive Health, Rights, and Advocacy:  A Social Work Response to Diminished Access to Services

Friday, Jan. 28, 2022
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Online Zoom Course
(You will need to register to receive login information.)

Registration: 2.5 CEU Credit Hours

General: Through Jan. 21: $60; Jan. 22-27: $75

Wurzweiler Alumni and Current WSSW Field Instructors: Through Jan. 21: $50; Jan. 22-17: $60

All Current Students: $15

“Registration for this event closes on Thursday, Jan. 27, at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time.”

We are at a critical juncture for reproductive health, rights, and justice in the U.S.  With more than 100 state laws enacted in 2021 to restrict abortion and the U.S. Supreme Court considering further restrictions and possibly overturning Roe v. Wade, access to abortion and the range of reproductive health services are dwindling in much of the country.  

This program will examine the history of reproductive justice to provide a context for today’s wider socio-cultural, policy, and legal conflicts, including racial justice.  Further, the universal adoption of comprehensive sex education will be presented as an intervention to provide youth access to the information necessary to protect their sexual health and advance social change.  Finally, social workers will acquire best practices for being an effective advocate for reproductive health and social justice in their communities.

Presenters

Monica Edwards

Monica Edwards, JD is the Federal Policy Manger at URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity in Washington, DC. In her role, Monica advocates for reproductive justice and young people at the federal level. A proud southerner, Monica was born and raised in Alabama and is an alum of The University of Alabama and The University of Alabama School of Law, where she was an organizer in their Black Law Student’s Association, OutLaw Queer-Straight Alliance, and La Raza.  Monica is a queer intersectional Black feminist, whose passions include activism and writing around reproductive justice, intimate partner violence, racial justice, abortion access, and combating anti-blackness. 

Jody Rabhan

Jody Rabhan, MSW, is the Chief Policy Officer for the National Council of Jewish Women. As head of the organization’s government relations and advocacy work, Jody helps lead the organization’s advocacy efforts in Washington and plays a key role in mobilizing effective grassroots work on the organization’s issues and campaigns around the country. Jody has represented NCJW on national coalitions concerned with civil rights, economic justice issues, intimate partner violence, gun violence, and human trafficking among other issues. She speaks and trains on public policy and legislative issues to groups throughout the country. Jody graduated from the Baltimore Institute for Jewish Communal Service with master’s degrees in social work and Jewish Studies, and a Certificate in Jewish Communal Service.

Andrea Augustine

Andrea Augustine, MPH, serves as the Director of Education and Community Engagement at Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, DC. Her experience in sexual health began in 2011 when she led a teen pregnancy prevention program at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. In a subsequent role at the Latin American Youth Center in Washington, DC, she managed HIV/STD/pregnancy counseling and testing services as well as a portfolio of health education and wellness programs. In 2015, Andrea joined the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) at the District of Columbia Department of Health, where the oversaw a citywide condom distribution program and assisted in developing the award-winning Sex Is… youth sexual health social marketing campaign Andrea has a BA in International Relations from Tufts University and an MPH from Columbia University.


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.

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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. 

Adapting Evidence-Supported Practice – A Social Work Model: A special program with Lawrence Shulman, PhD
Friday, February 25, 2022, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET

Upcoming Events:

Adapting Evidence-Supported Practice – A Social Work Model: A special program with Lawrence Shulman, PhD
Friday, February 25, 2022, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET

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

Please allow up to 30 calendar days after the workshop date to receive your certificate.
 

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