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Friday, December 4, 2020 (12:00-1:30pm) 
"Racial Disparities in Health an Mental Health" 
Presenter:  Odessa Holt, LICSW 
CE's:  1.5 (Cross-Cultural Practice)



Aleta Johnson

Tuesday, December 8, 2020 (10:00am-11:30am)
"2020: A Year of Trauma and Transformation Collective and Connective Healing Pathways for Ourselves and Our Clients" 
Presenter: Aleta Johnson, LICSW 
CE's: 1.5 (Cross-Cultural Practice)



Friday, December 11, 2020 (12:00-1:30pm)
"The Right Use of Power"
Presenter:  Kathleen O'Rourke, LMHC
Friday, December 11, 2020 (12:00-1:30pm)
CE's:  1.5 (Cross-Cultural Practice)



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.

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The RI 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.