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Chapter CE Programs 2022

(If you are an NASW-RI member and the member fee doesn't appear, please email Angie at: assoc.naswri@socialworkers.org before registering).


1.5 CEs in Cross-Cultural Practice | Are You Ready To Become An Anti-Racist Organization?, with Susan Yi-Millette, MSW, & Taylor Hall, Ph.D

Wednesday, November 30 (12:00 - 1:30pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on November 28. Click here to register

Social workers have been complicit in facilitating racial injustice and are integral in both perpetuating and alleviating racial inequities. While this is fact, the Social Work Code of Ethics states that social workers should not practice, condone, facilitate, or collaborate with any form of discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, political belief, religion, or mental or physical disability. It has become clear that White Supremacy Culture and Racial Injustice/Inequities have been occurring in our institutions, as well as within policies, practices, and procedures. This workshop presents a model of developing a Racial Justice Council within an organization to document evidence of racial/ethnic injustices and provide data-driven recommendations for change and racial justice. Registration fees: $15 for members and $35 for non-members. 


1.5 General CEs | A Public Health Approach to Veteran Suicide Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention, with Kimberly Ferrante, LICSW.

Thursday, December 8 (12:00 - 1:30pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on December 6. Click here to register

Suicide is a national issue affecting the Veteran and general population. This training will demonstrate the importance of approaching suicide prevention through a public health model. In addition, this training identifies strategies to utilize when speaking with Veterans who are at risk for suicide. Registration fees: $15 for members and $35 for non-members. 


2 General CEs | How to Run a Successful Insurance Based Private Practice, with Julia Nepini, MSW.

Thursday, January 26, 2023 (12:00 - 2:00pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on January 24. Click here to register

This webinar will cover all aspects of insurance billing in private practice including the credentialing process, contracts, submitting insurance claims, following up on denials, and identifying a biller. Registration fees: $20 for members and $45 for non-members. 


3 CEs in Professional Ethics | Ethics and Risk Management Challenges in Social Work—Protecting Clients and Ourselves, with Robert Landau, JD and Frederic Reamer, Ph.D.

Friday, February 17, 2023 (12:00 - 3:00pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on February 15. Click here to register

Social workers who dedicate their professional lives to helping vulnerable people sometimes face difficult ethical challenges that can expose them to legal risk. In this webinar, attorney Robert Landau and social work ethicist Frederic Reamer will blend their unique perspectives to highlight potential risks and challenges in social work and present practical strategies to help prevent malpractice claims and licensing board complaints. The presenters will include extensive case examples and discuss relevant federal and state laws. Registration fees: $30 for members and $65 for non-members. 


1.5 CEs in Cross-Cultural Practice | Racial Trauma: Assessment & Coping, with Kineret Kandelker, Psy.D.

Tuesday, March 14, 2023 (12:00 - 1:30pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on March 12. Click here to register

This training explores the concept of racial trauma, and the impact that it has on BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of color) individuals. Participants will be offered techniques to openly discuss race and assess racial trauma with their clients. The training will discuss coping strategies and treatment. Registration fees: $15 for members and $35 for non-members. 


1.5 General CEs| Anticipating Tragedy: Clinical Guidance for a Client's Suicide, with Katherine Johnson, LICSW

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 (12:00 - 1:30pm EST) | Online registrations are closing on June 4. Click here to register

Despite all of the training for suicide prevention, there is little to no training for dealing with a client's suicide. Research has found that the loss of a client to suicide is the “most profoundly disturbing event of one’s professional career”  (Hendin, et al. 2000). This presentation will fortify clinician's with practical information and preparation for the unfortunate event of a client suicide. Registration fees: $15 for members and $35 for non-members. 





Social Work Online CE Institute

NASW offers hundreds of continuing education (CE) courses in a variety of formats—webinars, webcasts, podcasts, presentations, and more. All courses offered through this program are accredited by either the NASW National Office or one of NASW Chapters and NASW members receive discounted prices. 

Please note that NASW accreditation does not imply automatic acceptance by all State Boards. Individuals should check with their licensing Board on whether a specific program will be accepted for continuing education purposes.




Post-Master’s Certificate in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma

Graduate level degree holders (and above) from social work and other master’s degree disciplines can participate in a workshop series in childhood and adolescent trauma through Rhode Island College. The series concentrates on trauma-informed assessment, treatment and evaluation models working with these populations while incorporating discussions of the relevance of the NCTSN’s Twelve Core Concepts of Trauma.

Learn more about this RIC certificate program


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The Rhode Island Social Work Licensing Law requires that all Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW) receive a total of 30 CE credits per licensing cycle: three (3) of which must be in professional ethics; and three (3) in cross-cultural practice to include the alleviation of oppression.