Join us online to hear inspiring keynote addresses and innovative workshops led by accomplished social workers and other mental health professionals, all in the comfort of your home or office. The conference is reasonably priced, and attendees can obtain 20 plus CE hours for the entire event. See prices on the graphic to your right.
Upcoming in August - Conference Highlights
Dr. Gerry L. White Keynote Address | August 8, 2020
From the Soul of a Black Male Social Worker: Confronting the Epidemic Within the Pandemic
Dr. Gerry L. White is currently an Assistant Professor with Clark Atlanta University, Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work where he teaches Social Policy and Research Methods in the doctoral program. He has given nearly 26 years to the Social Work profession providing group and family counseling services and promoting the importance of father involvement. He is the owner of Program
Evaluation Station LLC, an organization that provides psycho-educational groups, family sessions and program evaluations.
General Session Address - August 7, 2020
Having a Ball - Including a Healthy Dose of Music, Laughter and Patient Inspiration: A Unique Collaboration Between a Social Worker and Cancer Survivor
Anne McSweeney, LCSW, President of CEU Creations and co-founder of Center Stage Education, has a diverse background in medical social work, education, and community relations. With a social work career that spans over two decades, she has been planning educational trainings for helping professionals for over 16 years. CEU Creations provides cutting-edge, informative, and
affordable educational seminars that allow the participants to enjoy themselves while gaining useful skills for their daily practices.
Tom Willner, President of Tom Willner Music, and co-founder of Center Stage Education is a musician, published songwriter, playwright, speaker, and author. He is a testicular cancer survivor who has written a musical and a book about his experience that raise awareness and funding for cancer charities and teach about the patient experience. He also has over two decades of experience in technology and digital
strategy in healthcare and higher education, with certifications in Healthcare Information
Technology and Electronic Health Records.
In compliance with 135-9-0.3-.01 Emergency Rule COVID-19 In-Person Continuing Education (CE) Requirements for Renewal Cycle 9/30/2020 issued by the GA Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists effective April 2, 2020, NASW-GA will offer live-streamed and webinar continuing education workshops. (The Emergency Rule places NO limit on the number of continuing education hours, including ethics hours, that may be obtained online.) For more information on COVID-19, Please click on the Resources tab above.
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Why Join NASW?
Here are a few reasons:
NASW offers assistance with ethics issues, including free ethics consulations by phone.
NASW Assurance Services offers liability insurance designed just for social workers, as well as auto and home, life and disability, and wellness insurance.
Connect with your peers and join the online MyNASW Community. It's the perfect place for knowledge exchange and professional networking.
The NASW Legal Defense Fund provides financial and legal assistance and support for legal cases and issues of concern to NASW members and the social work profession.
Receive a two-for-one NASW membership-both the national and your local chapter are included in your dues. Join advocacy efforts on issues that impact you and your clients.
Take an NASWGA class to prepare you to take the LMSW or LCSW licensing exam, or to educate you on social work supervision.
Continuing education classes are offered, some free to NASWGA members.