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Message ID: 10991
Date: 2021-09-29

Author:jim campbell

Subject:Fwd: Register now for the October Forensic Social Work Certificate Program

Also 2022 NOFSW Conference Call for Abstracts/Save the Date and more Open Court News from NOFSW www.nofsw.org Upcoming NOFSW Certificate Programs Forensic Social Work Certificate Program: Foundation Skills for Forensic Social Work October 12 and 13, 2021 Topics Include: 1. Orientation to the FSW Certificate - History and Foundations 2. Court Systems and Expert Testimony 3. Law Enforcement: Partnerships with Purpose 4. Trauma-Informed Service Provision for Justice-Involved Populations 5. (In)justice in the Juvenile Justice System 6. The Casualties of Incarceration 7. Public Defense Mitigation: Telling the Story Advanced Forensic Social Work Certificate Program: Forensic Court Systems, Reporting and Testifying December 7 and 8, 2021 Topics Include: 1. Introduction – Overview of Court Systems and Social Work Roles Interfacing With Those Systems 2. Forensic Report Writing: Best Practices and Ethical Duties to Court and Clients 3. The Call to Court 4. Testifying 5. Mock Court Call for Abstracts / Save the Date plan to join us (in-person) for the 2022 NOFSW Annual Conference June 14-16, 2022 New Orleans, LA Social Justice and Unjust Systems: Strategies to Advance Structural Change As forensic social workers, we are uniquely positioned to advance structural change for sustained social justice, by: * · Holistically understanding clients’ intersectionality in order to provide more inclusive and equitable services. * · Articulating justice/equity as a stated goal and including clients and stakeholders in identifying the root causes and developing solutions. * · Training administrators and staff to achieve social justice and equity. * · Disaggregating data and reporting outcomes with context. * · Considering intended and unintended impacts of programming, practices, and policies such that burdens and benefits are experienced equitably. * · Developing theories of structural/systems change to avoid only project-based results and instead support longer-term transformation and justice. We invite you to partner with NOFSW to better understand systems and to gain the knowledge, skills, and strategies to advance structural change at all levels of practice. Join us in New Orleans for our 38th annual conference to become an advocate and architect of forensic social work and justice! Conference Call for Abstracts (now open) The National Organization of Forensic Social Work’s Executive Board enthusiastically approved honoring Albert Roberts at the 2021 NOFSW Virtual Conference by launching the: Albert R. Roberts Student Presenter Scholarship . This scholarship will provide support for a student presenting at the NOFSW annual conference. More information about this scholarship is available on the NOFSW website. The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender has a job opportunity for a Criminal Defense Social Worker (LSW) located in our Colorado Springs, CO trial office. Eligible applicants should have an MSW, and ability to obtain licensure as a Social Worker within 90 days of hire. Apply by midnight, October 4, 2021 NOFSW is including these job postings and announcements as a service to its members and is not promoting or endorsing any organizations by doing so. Does your social work practice involve the law and legal systems? Are you committed to promoting social justice? Are you ready to courageously lead change in your community? Then, your time to participate in the National Organizational of Forensic Social (NOFSW) is NOW! Join or Renew your 2021/2022 Membership Today! (membership and discounts are good through the end of the calendar year) Have co-workers, colleagues, or friends practicing or interested in forensic social work? Share this email with them! Email jim.campbell @nofsw.org Phone (608)-561-2997 Website www.nofsw.org Copyright © 2021 National Organization of Forensic Social Work, All rights reserved. You requested information about NOFSW and our conferences.

Also 2022 NOFSW Conference Call for Abstracts/Save the Date and more Open Court News from NOFSW www.nofsw.org Upcoming NOFSW Certificate Programs Forensic Social Work Certificate Program: Foundation Skills for Forensic Social Work October 12 and 13, 2021 Topics Include: 1. Orientation to the FSW Certificate - History and Foundations 2. Court Systems and Expert Testimony 3. Law Enforcement: Partnerships with Purpose 4. Trauma-Informed Service Provision for Justice-Involved Populations 5. (In)justice in the Juvenile Justice System 6. The Casualties of Incarceration 7. Public Defense Mitigation: Telling the Story Advanced Forensic Social Work Certificate Program: Forensic Court Systems, Reporting and Testifying December 7 and 8, 2021 Topics Include: 1. Introduction – Overview of Court Systems and Social Work Roles Interfacing With Those Systems 2. Forensic Report Writing: Best Practices and Ethical Duties to Court and Clients 3. The Call to Court 4. Testifying 5. Mock Court Call for Abstracts / Save the Date plan to join us (in-person) for the 2022 NOFSW Annual Conference June 14-16, 2022 New Orleans, LA Social Justice and Unjust Systems: Strategies to Advance Structural Change As forensic social workers, we are uniquely positioned to advance structural change for sustained social justice, by: * · Holistically understanding clients’ intersectionality in order to provide more inclusive and equitable services. * · Articulating justice/equity as a stated goal and including clients and stakeholders in identifying the root causes and developing solutions. * · Training administrators and staff to achieve social justice and equity. * · Disaggregating data and reporting outcomes with context. * · Considering intended and unintended impacts of programming, practices, and policies such that burdens and benefits are experienced equitably. * · Developing theories of structural/systems change to avoid only project-based results and instead support longer-term transformation and justice. We invite you to partner with NOFSW to better understand systems and to gain the knowledge, skills, and strategies to advance structural change at all levels of practice. Join us in New Orleans for our 38th annual conference to become an advocate and architect of forensic social work and justice! Conference Call for Abstracts (now open) The National Organization of Forensic Social Work’s Executive Board enthusiastically approved honoring Albert Roberts at the 2021 NOFSW Virtual Conference by launching the: Albert R. Roberts Student Presenter Scholarship . This scholarship will provide support for a student presenting at the NOFSW annual conference. More information about this scholarship is available on the NOFSW website. The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender has a job opportunity for a Criminal Defense Social Worker (LSW) located in our Colorado Springs, CO trial office. Eligible applicants should have an MSW, and ability to obtain licensure as a Social Worker within 90 days of hire. Apply by midnight, October 4, 2021 NOFSW is including these job postings and announcements as a service to its members and is not promoting or endorsing any organizations by doing so. Does your social work practice involve the law and legal systems? Are you committed to promoting social justice? Are you ready to courageously lead change in your community? Then, your time to participate in the National Organizational of Forensic Social (NOFSW) is NOW! Join or Renew your 2021/2022 Membership Today! (membership and discounts are good through the end of the calendar year) Have co-workers, colleagues, or friends practicing or interested in forensic social work? Share this email with them! Email jim.campbell nofsw.org Phone (608)-561-2997 Website www.nofsw.org Copyright © 2021 National Organization of Forensic Social Work, All rights reserved. You requested information about NOFSW and our conferences.