Social Work with Service Members, Veterans and African Americans: Evidenced-Based Treatments and Innovative Community Wellness Interventions
(Launch Membership Course)
The military culture and African American culture are distinct in that both are defined by core values and beliefs that makes help-seeking behavior challenging. Given this, it is imperative that social workers develop the proper knowledge and skillset needed to deliver Evidenced-Based Treatments and Innovative Community Interventions to these vulnerable populations.
As a social worker would you like to be better equipped to treat America’s heroes and enhance the lives of African Americans? Do you believe that all humans have a right to receive culturally sensitive and effective treatment? If you answered yes to either question, this workshop will bring you one step closer.
In this informative 2 session, 3-hour course, Dr. Dwayne L. Buckingham will inform you about clinical therapies and community wellness interventions that have made a difference in the lives of Service Members, Veterans and African Americans. He will also showcase practical examples of innovative community health care and demonstrate how knowledge has been translated into practice.
Live-webinar Date: Thursday, September 10, 2020
On-demand Date: Available now!
Course length: 3 hours
Member Cost: Free
Non-member Cost: $42
CEUs: 3 CEUs approval by NASW
CEU Certificate: Issued by R.E.A.L. Horizons Consulting Solutions, LLC
Instructor: Dr. Dwayne Buckingham, PhD, LCSW-C, BCD
This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886814760-3496) for 3 continuing education contact hours.