Children of Incarcerated Parents and Their Families: How Can We Help

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The Anne E. Casey Foundation’s 2016 report on the national effects of parental incarceration concluded that “millions of children are suffering the consequences of their parent’s sentences and our nation’s tough on crime practices. The aim of the workshop will be to familiarize social workers with an overview of traumatic impact of parental incarceration, focus on the impact on NH children and families, and present a range of practices to support these vulnerable families. Specifically, we will share the model developed in the Family Ties Inside Out DOJ federal grant (FTIO) grant recently received by NH-DOC in collaboration with Waypoint is forming a statewide collaborative implementing evidence-based and promising practices to support these vulnerable children, caregivers and parents

Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Practice

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NASW NH is pleased to bring you this supervision training that will meet the requirements of the NH BMHP for those wishing to become approved supervisors for licensure candidates. This workshop is open to all who wish to attend from any state or clinical practice, but please note NH laws, regulations, and NH BMHP will be referenced. Primary focus will be on the clinical supervision for licensure candidates.

Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Practice

Josh Klapperick 0 124

NASW NH is pleased to bring you this supervision training that will meet the requirements of the NH BMHP for those wishing to become approved supervisors for licensure candidates. This workshop is open to all who wish to attend from any state or clinical practice, but please note NH laws, regulations, and NH BMHP will be referenced. Primary focus will be on the clinical supervision for licensure candidates.

NASW NH 2023 JEDI Conference

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A Force for Change

Creating a brave space for social service providers to reflect upon our work, uplift our clients and communities, and further develop our cultural competence with humility.

Leveraging the Power of Teams: The Team as Secure Base Model

Josh Klapperick 0 103

The Team as Secure Base Model, developed by Dr. Laura Biggart and her team at the University of East Anglia, draws from social workers’ experiences and their articulation of what helps create trust as a foundation for effective team working. This workshop will introduce the model, and provide opportunities for participants to reflect on how they can behave in a way to promote a secure base for their team across five different domains: availability, sensitivity, acceptance, cooperation, and team belonging. This workshop will include a tremendous amount of information about supervision and the supervisory roles in relation to this model and the importance of leveraging teams as a supervisor. The workshop is designed to be relevant to frontline staff and supervisors, and to include information for both lenses throughout.

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