38th Annual NASW-NM Conference "Stress, Strengths and The Social Environment"

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
38th Annual NASW-NM Conference "Stress, Strengths and The Social Environment"
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - Thursday, March 29, 2018

Sandia Resort & Convention Centere
505-796-7500
30 Rainbow Rd
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87113
United States

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Pre-Conference Workshop on Monday, March 26, 2018:
THE PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP IS AN EXTRA COST AND NOT INCLUDED IN THE FULL CONFERENCE RATE.

Pre-Conference #1
A Social Worker's Guide to Radical Self-Care: An Innovative Approach to Promoting Healing and Thriving
Through the Struggle 10:30am-5:15pm (5 CEU's)

Pre-Conference #2
Social Work Supervision Certification Training 10am-5pm


PLUS- Social Work Summit 5:30-7pm (1 CEU)


CONFERENCE:

Tuesday (5 CEU’s)

7:30-10:00am           Registration Open
9:00-9:45am             Awards Breakfast and President’s Welcome
9:45-10:00am           Break
10:00-11:30am          Keynote Address "Integrating the Legacy of Collective and Cumulative Massive Group Trauma in Behavioral Health Treatment, Research, Training and Supervision", Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart PhD, LCSW (1.5 CEU’s) (Cultural)
11:30am-12:45pm     Lunch on your own & visit exhibitors


12:45-2:15pm     Session 1 (1.5 CE’s)
1.1   Transgender 101 (Cultural) (STUDENT)
1.2   Demystifying Serious Mental Illness: A Trauma Informed and Strengths Based Approach
1.3   BCSO Ghost Unit and Victim Centered Police Investigations
1.4   Refugees in Albuquerque- Meeting their Unique Needs (Cultural)
1.5   Brain Smart/Emotion Smart: Neuroregulatory Parenting    
   

2:15-2:45pm       Break

2:45-4:15pm       Session 2 (1.5 CE’s)        
2.1    Strengthening the Leadership Pipeline Through Connecting to Community Organizing (STUDENT)
2.2    Building Youth Engagement and Self-Development through Economic and Food (Cultural)
2.3    The Brain and Body Connection: Using EMDR in the Treatment of Trauma
2.4    Dismantling Teen Pregnancy Prevention (Cultural)
2.5    Trauma-Sensitive Schools: Supporting Students, Staff, and Social Workers


Wednesday (6 CEU’s)

8:30-10:30am Session 3 (2 CEU’s)
3.1    Minimizing and Preventing the Negative Effects of Environmental Stress on Physical Health (STUDENT)
3.2    Moving WAY Beyond “Emotional Support”: Raising the Bar for Counseling with People Who Are Seriously Ill
3.3    Hispanics and Hospice/Palliative Care (Cultural)
3.4    Veteran and Student Veteran Challenges and Opportunities in Social and Professional Environments (Cultural)
3.5    Building Resilience Through Mindfulness


10:30-11:00am   Break

11:00am-1:00pm      Session 4 (2 CEU’s)         
4.1     Together We Rise: Advocacy, Action, and Activism (STUDENT)
4.2     Reclaim Your Sex Life: Helping Clients Recover an Empowered Sexuality Post-Trauma
4.3     Trauma, Attachment, and Sensory Integration: An Approach to Healing that Provides Relational Safety and Relational Regulation 
4.4     Historical Trauma in Hispanic Populations in the Southwest (Cultural)
4.5     Identity and Resilience in Preventing and Healing from Youth Substance Use: A Culturally-Grounded Approach Lifting Up New Mexico’s Youth and Addressing Adolescent Substance Use (Cultural)

1:00-2:15pm   Lunch on your own & visit exhibitors

2:15-4:15pm     Session 5 (2 CEU’s)                         
5.1       Loan Forgiveness (STUDENT)
5.2       Microaggressions: Making Hidden Bias Visible and Healing the Damage
5.3       Interconnected Trauma Cycles from Conception to Care Provision: The impact of stress, trauma, and coping strategies on clients, providers, and the community (Cultural)
5.4       Heroin: A Clinical Primer (Cultural)
5.5       Understanding and Helping People with Sexual Concerns: The So-Called Sexual Addictions


Thursday (5 CEU’s)
9:30-11:30am    Session 6 (2 CEU’s)         

6.1    Addiction and Recovery: The Confluence of Genetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Community, and Spirituality
6.2   Co-creating Optimal Emotional Communication in High Risk Families with Preschoolers
6.3   Services and Deportation of Veterans (Cultural)
6.4   The Developmental Context Around Changing Immigration Policies (Cultural)
6.5   When Grief is Complicated

11:30am-12:30pm   Lunch on your own & visit exhibitors


12:30-3:30pm General Session "Warrior Social Work: A Combat Veteran's Perspective on Social Work" (3 CEU's) (Cultural)

    

3:30-3:45pm  Conference Conclusion & CEU Distribution

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FULL CONFERENCE IS 15.5 CEUS

UP TO 21.5 POSSIBLE CEUS IF REGISTERING FOR FULL CONFERENCE, ALL DAY PRE-CONFERENCE AND THE SUMMIT.
 

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