The 2020 Conference is cancelled due to Covid-19, please save the date for next year August 12, 2021

UTAHSWA Virtual Lunch and Learn 9/17/2020

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UTAHSWA Virtual Lunch and Learn Series  Thursday, September 17, 2020 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM   “Losing My Mom to Addiction and Suicide”     Michelle Carlson, MHA, SSW, CPHQ Objectives: Participants will be more aware of signs and symptoms of addiction in their loved ones and will be able to intervene earlier Participants will learn about the complexities of mental health, stigma, and addiction Participants will gain an understanding of how addiction and suicide affects families and support … Read More

UTAHSWA Virtual Lunch & Learn 8/26/20

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  Utah Social Work Association Join us for another free Virtual Lunch & Learn: “Practical Ideas for Ethical Decision Making in the Mental Health Field” **(1.0 Ethics CEU)** Ken Roach, CMHC     Objectives: 1.  Participants will receive a better understanding of potential ethical decisions that may need to be made in Mental Health Practice.2.  Participants will learn strategies that can assist them in making ethical decisions as Mental Health Clinicians. 3. Participants will gain confidence in their skills to … Read More

UTAHSWA Virtual Lunch and Learn Series – August 20th, 2020

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  Utah Social Work Association Join us for another free Virtual Lunch & Learn: “Warning Signs of Depression and Anxiety as Children Transition Back to School: Strategies to Help Ensure a Successful School Year” Shannon Woolf, CMHC   BIO: Shannon is currently the Lead Therapist for the Acute Adolescent Program at Salt Lake Behavioral Health Hospital is South Salt Lake. This unit treats teens age 12-17 with complex mental health and substance abuse issues. Shannon holds a Certified Mental Health … Read More

UTAHSWA Virtual Lunch and Learn 8/13/20

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  Utah Social Work Association Join us for another free Virtual Lunch & Learn: “Starting The Conversation About Being Mortal: Advance Directives/Living Wills” Dr. Cami Collett     BIO: Dr. Collett was raised in Colorado and came to Utah in 1975 to attend Westminster College in Salt Lake City. She graduated from the University of Utah Medical Center (UUMC) in 1983. She completed a Family Medicine Residency at Holy Cross Hospital with the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine (DFPM) … Read More

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