These workshops provide in-depth knowledge and clinical skills related to health/mental health issues, grief and loss, human relationship and sexuality, elder abuse/neglect, aging and human development, long-term care planning, and cultural and spiritual issues while increasing awareness of societal stigma and personal biases.
This workshop addresses legal, ethical, and clinical aspects of child abuse and neglect, including mandatory reporting law and professional responsibility, child welfare system, assessment and identification of abuse and/or neglect, prevention and specialized intervention techniques.
This workshop provides both historical overview and the most current information and resources on HIV/AIDS, including assessment and treatment trends, legal and ethical issues, impacts on life and human relationships, cultural and spiritual influences, future recommendations and research studies.
This workshop discusses anatomy of human sexuality, sexual functions and disorders, common sexual difficulties, sexually transmitted diseases, various sexual behaviors and cultural experiences, and issues of sexual orientation and gender identification, while introducing assessment tools and current intervention techniques.
This workshop provides an overview of best practices in laws and ethics, especially laws and regulations that affect social work practice. Ethical decision-making processes are reviewed using case examples that address ethical dilemma while addressing professional responsibilities and obligations.
These workshops explore various types of abuse and impacts of violence while addressing risk factors, safety issues, assessment for clinical signs and symptoms, crisis management, ethical and legal concerns, interpersonal issues, specific interventions for trauma, and cultural variations including nontraditional partner relationships.
These workshops discuss commonly used drugs and their effects, diagnosis and various assessment tools, impacts on individuals/families and community, use of community resources, evidence-based practices and treatment trends, interventions for various phases in recovery, and future recommendations.
Chikako Nagai, Ph.D.