Half-Day Intensive – “Impact of Covid in Our Schools and Lessons Learned”
Thursday, May 12, 2022 (5 total CE’s, 1 Ethics)
The Utah Social Work Association is holding our first Half-Day Seminar of 2022. We will have in-person options as well as a virtual attendance option. See schedule and details below.
Date: Thursday, May 12th, 2022
Time: 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: Security National Financial, 433 W Ascension Way, Murray, UT 84123
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Registration (details on in-person and virtual)
In-person registration is currently open only to active UTAHSWA members currently, we will have capacity for 40-50 people and breakfast and lunch will be served thanks to our sponsors. We will have options for virtual attendance through Zoom to both members and non-members of the UTAHSWA and virtual/online non-member registration costs for this event will be $25. Virtual non-member registration is open now through the link below. When in-person non-member registration opens up on 4/18/22, the price will be $30 to attend. Space is limited. Email us with questions to, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Davis, MA.Ed taught ecology, biology, and health sciences (anatomy and physiology) for over eighteen years; for seven of those years Cathy taught school success to at-risk students. She is a small business owner and a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program.
Cathy has training in eating disorders, grief counseling, trauma-informed care and is certified with the American Association for Suicidology as a school suicide prevention specialist. Cathy is a certified QPR Trainer, safeTALK trainer, CONNECT postvention trainer, Youth Mental Health First Aid trainer, and PREPaRE (NASP) trainer. She has served as the current Suicide Prevention Specialist at the Utah State Board of Education since 2014. Cathy is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Utah
Tiana McCall is USBE’s School Social Work/School-based Mental Health Specialist. She joined USBE in July and previously worked as a School Social Worker with Elementary Students for five years. She specialized in serving Refugee Youth and Families and has a passion for Macro-level Social Work, which is what brought her to this role with USBE.
She is an LCSW and also owns her own private practice where she specializes in Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Grief and Loss support for foster parents, and a variety of adoption-related services. She loves the work of School Social Work and is honored to support the field as it continues to grow in Utah.
We would like to thank our sponsors for helping with the Venue, Breakfast, and Lunch.
We couldn’t do it without you!