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Special Events

  • Apr 10

    Developing Expertise in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia


    This workshop is part of the Clinical Solutions Series sponsored by the NASW/CT Clinical Social Work Network, offering a one day Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia presentation by Gregg Jacobs, PhD. A leading authority on the treatment of insomnia at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Dr. Jacobs will provide clinicians with a clinically validated protocol to improve sleep, reduce dependence on sleeping pills, and improve depression in patients with insomnia.

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  • May 1

    NASW/CT 30th Annual Conference


    Registration has opened for the 60! 40! 30! Conference to be held on May 1st in Cromwell. Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of NASW, the 40th Anniversary of NASW/CT, and the 30th Annual Conference hosted by NASW/CT. We welcome you to this celebratory event. We will have a record number of workshops, excellent exhibitors, a special luncheon, our first student Poster Session, and a Keynote by Connecticut’s own Nancy Humphreys, DSW. Click below to read the BROCHURE, click below to REGISTER online, or click on READ MORE for location information.

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NASW-CT CE Institute

NASW-CT provides continuing education to social workers:

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Latest News

Trends in the Field and Opportunities for Social Work

Celebrate Social Work Month with us on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 5:30-8:30 PM with a special speaker, Heidi McIntosh, MSW, Deputy Director of Programs, National Association of Social Workers. Heidi will present on Trends in the Field and Opportunities for Social Work. This program is co-sponsored by UCONN SSW and NASW/CT. It will be […]

Licensure Required by May 1st.

As of May 1, 2015 all clinical social work practice in CT will require either the LMSW or LCSW. The only exceptions are social work internships as part of a social work degree program, practice under a school social worker certification, practice in a nursing home and practicing under another professional license.

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Legislative Testimonies

View the Legislative Testimonies that NASW-CT prepares and presents on behalf of members and the community.

Legislative Agenda