National Association of Social Workers

2019 NASW Virtual Forum | June 19-20, 2019

Trauma Through the Social Work Lens

The personal response to traumatic events widely varies, some deep rooted and hard to heal. It is essential for social workers to develop a deeper understanding and knowledge base of how past traumas impact a client’s current level of functioning, by learning to recognize, assess and treat trauma.

By attending the 2019 NASW Virtual Forum, you will be able to

  • Access 4 plenary sessions and 8 breakout sessions 
  • Earn up to 8 CE contact hours
  • Learn about the following topics as they relate to trauma: clinical practice, child welfare, elder abuse, self care and more.
  • View the sessions you missed during the live broadcast for up to 90 days after the event

Don't miss out! Access cutting-edge presentations by recognized thought leaders to enhance your knowledge of practice trends, policy, and research findings.

Full Conference Pass
$249 Member | $349 Non-Member | $125 Student

Includes live access to all 4 plenary sessions and to 4 breakout sessions of your choice. This package includes access to archived plenary and breakout sessions for one year after the live conference. (Worth 8 CEs)

Day 1
$175 Member | $250 Non-Member | $100 Student

Includes live access to 2 plenary sessions and to 2 breakout sessions of your choice. This package includes access to 2 archived plenary sessions and to 2 breakout sessions for one year after the live conference. (Worth 4 CEs)

Day 2
$175 Member | $250 Non-Member | $100 Student

Includes live access to 2 plenary sessions and to 2 breakout sessions of your choice. This package includes access to 2 archived plenary sessions and to 2 breakout sessions for one year after the live conference. (Worth 4 CEs)

Group Rates

A 15% discount will be given for organizations with 5 or more people registering. If interested, please email nasw@commpartners.com

For general questions about content, CE credits or other information about the Virtual Forum, please contact NASW at naswvirtualforum@socialworkers.org.