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Sponsored by NASW-Nevada Chapter

Two locations, One Conference, One State, One Chapter

 As part of our ongoing efforts to unite the mental health profession in Nevada, we are mixing it up this year by splitting the NASW-NV conference into two locations. The spring location will May 22-23rd in Reno, Nevada and the fall location will be October  21-22 at  the  Palace  Station,  Las Vegas .  


Reno  - 10 CEUs  (Online  CEUs  still  available)  

May 22-23, 2019      

                                                          

Las Vegas  - 10 CEUs

October 21-22, 2019

Room Rate: $55.00 +$29.46 daily resort fee.

Book your room at: https://reservations.palacestation.com/cgi-bin/lansaweb?PROCFUN+RN+RESNET+PAL+funcparms+UP%28A2560%29:;PCINASW;;;;;;?/


You will have a couple of options to choose from during registration, purchasing the full conference,  or just either location. Not sure you want to commit to both locations but need the CEUs?  Purchase the full conference and if you  missed  the  Reno  portion - we will offer the equivalent in online CEUs. 


Full Registration: 

NASW Member $349.00, Non-Member $449.00   (includes  10  online  CEUs  from  the  Reno  conference)

Onsite Registration - NASW Member $400.00, Non-Member $500.00


Single Location:

NASW Member: 200.00 per location. Non-Member $250.00


Student Fee:

NASW Student (BSW, MSW) Member: Full Registration- $143.00, Single Location: $75.00

NonMember Student (BSW, MSW): Full Registration $200.00 (includes 1 year of NASW Membership)*, Single Location: $132.00 (includes 1 year of NASW Membership)*


* You can only get 1 year of NASW Membership once.  All student rate applicants MUST be a student enrolled in a BSW or MSW program. 

Looking to sponsor or exhibit?

  

Sponsorship/Exhibit Opportunities Available:

If you are interested in exhibiting at the As One Nevada Conference, please register HERE.


If you are interested in sponsoring the As One Nevada Conference contact us at admin.naswnv@socialworkers.org

Register for Conference!

Las Vegas Conference Agenda - 10 CEUs

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October 21, 2019

  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Registration Open
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Keynote Speaker (TBA) - 2 CEUs
  • 11:15 AM- 12:45 PM Breakout Session 1- 1.5 CEUs
    • Mindfulness in the Midst of Grief and Trauma in the Workplace- Lisa Franqui, MAT
    • Resilience Can Be Taught: 4 Keys to Unleashing Resilience- Christian Moore, LCSW
  • 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Lunch
  • 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM Breakout Session 2- 1.5 CEUs
    • Ethical Considerations (Part One)- NASW Assurance Services (ASI)
    • Social Workers in Leadership- John Firestone, MSW, MBA
  • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Breakout Session 3- 1.5 CEUs
    • Ethical Considerations (Part Two)- NASW Assurance Services (ASI)
    • Let's Get Started: Private Practice Nuts & Bolts- Nancy Faye, LCSW
  • 5:00 PM -7:00 PM - Networking Reception 


October 22, 2019

  • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Registration Open
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Keynote Speaker- 2 CEUs
    • Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training for Social Workers- Richard Egan, Nevada State Suicide Prevention Training and Outreach Facilitator
  • 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM Breakout Session 4- 1.5 CEUs
    • How to Confront Clients- Brad Singletary. LCSW
    • From the Mind of a Black Man: What Black Men Want Social Workers to Know- Anthony Harris, LCSW, LADC

Reno Virtual Offerings

Missed the Reno portion of the conference?

10 CEU hours were recorded for you to view and still get credit for. Consider purchasing the entire conference and still get all 20 CEUs. 


The following courses are available via virtual trainings:

Available for full registrants on July 1, 2019


Realizing our Ethical Mandate to Advocate: An Introduction to Lobbying- Mary Hylton, PhD, MSW and Amber Joiner, PhD


Keynote: Women in Social Work & Workforce Panel - Nevada Social Work 


Eating Disorders and Underserved Populations- Kat Geiger, LCSW, CEDS


The Effects of Racism on Black Mental Health- Anthony Harris, LCSW, LADC


Supporting Survivors of Domestic & Sexual Violence- Amanda Cuevas, MSW, LSW


Can an apple a day keep Alzheimer's away?- Steven Rubin, MD

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