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Now that you have earned your MSW, what is your next step? Social Workers have many paths and options available.
WSSCSW is offering a mentorship group to support new social workers in developing their professional identities as they navigate life as a MSW. This group will give new professionals a forum facilitated by a seasoned social worker to explore what it means to enter this profession after graduate school. This is not a therapy or supervision group.
The group is open to those who have earned their MSW within the last 5 years. About the Facilitator Regina A. BlackWolf, LICSW
Regina has been in private practice since 2008. Previously she worked as a program manager, clinical director/supervisor, lead counselor, clinical therapist, case manager, and counselor in both inpatient and outpatient psychological facilities dating back to 2004. She received her MSW in 2006 from UW, LICSW in 2009, CDP in 2006, MAC in 2015, completed Advanced Clinical Supervisor Training in 2010, EMDR training in 2015, and was certified as a Master Scuba Diver in 2016. She has been doing clinical licensure supervision since 2012 and currently sees 6 supervisees. Regina's clinical methods are client-centered, strength perspective, and include CBT, DBT, MI, EMDR, Gestalt, and others.
Regina sees her role as a mentor as helping new professionals to find and refine their professional identity. Social Workers learn techniques and ethical standards but learning to make these our own requires time, practice, and reflection. As a more experience social worker, the mentor's role is to reflect back the new professionals experiences and facilitate a group atmosphere where new professionals help each other to grow as social workers. Regina believes in group process and that her role is to facilitate discussion more than to teach.
MSW graduates within 5 years of graduation. Cost
$25.00 to participate. No refunds given after commitment given to attend. Application Deadline: July 31, 2017.
Registration for this group is closed.
Once your application is received, applicants will be contacted to schedule a short interview with the facilitator prior to being admitted to the group. This must be completed before the first group.
The group will meet the second Thursday of each month September thru June, 6:30pm - 8:00pm.
June 14th Location
Terrace Professional Bldg. 5803 232nd St. SW, Suite 4 Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043 Parking
Parking is readily available.
The retreat gives the board a chance to reflect on the past year and identify how we want to grow in the coming year. We pause to remind ourselves why we chose to be clinical social workers and what is important to us individually and collectively in engaging in social justice work and as healing professionals. We look forward to sharing some of our experiences and learning’s with the membership afterwards.
Monthly meeting of the board.
Spend the morning with three seasoned couples therapists, each with advanced training in the respective couples therapy modalities. Come away not just with a basic understanding of each method, but also the “golden threads” that weave their way across these approaches. This clinical workshop promises to be engaging and fun as well as informative.
1. Participants will recognize the basic assumption(s) of the Psychobiological Approach to Couples
2. Participants will recognize the basic assumption(s) of the Gottman Method
3. Participants will recognize the basic assumption(s) of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT)
About the Presenters
Ken Fremont-Smith, MA, LMHC has an MA in Counseling from the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS). In practice since 1986, and specialized in couples work since 2000, he became a Gottman-Certified Counselor in 2006. Besides having worked with hundreds of couples to change their relationship patterns, he has also supervised over 50 counselors to become Certified Gottman Counselors. The Gottman approach is an incredibly rich method that consistently shows him how to work respectfully with couples, no matter how stuck and whether their style is to attack each other with all guns blazing or to withdraw into frigid silence.
Melinda Stone, MA, LMHC - has counseled adults, adolescents and couples for over fifteen years in private practice. She earned her Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Science and Systems Counseling from the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) at Bastyr University. After graduation, she worked as a member of the psychological assessment team and group therapist at Fairfax Hospital. She has served as adjunct faculty in the Healthy Psychology department and at Bastyr University, and in the counseling program at LIOS. Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Washington. Before beginning work as a psychotherapist, she was the Executive Director of a non-profit organization that served children and families. Melinda integrates hypnotherapy into her with individuals, and has completed Level 2 of PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy) with Stan Tatkin. She specializes in working with adults and adolescents who have experienced adoption.
Christine Howard Gieben, PsyD - A licensed Psychologist in private practice in Portland, Oregon. She received her doctoral degree in 2001 and was licensed as a Psychologist in Oregon in 2003. Christine works with both individuals and couples and was drawn to both Gestalt and Mindfulness-based approaches to therapy. Her passion for working with couples got her interested in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She began training in the EFT model in 2012 and was certified as an EFT therapist in March 2016. She is currently pursuing certification as an EFT supervisor. Christine’s interest in sharing the EFT model with others has led her to assist certified EFT Trainers in training other therapists via workshops, training modules, classes and other events. in her free time, Christine enjoys bike touring with her husband on their tandem bicycle, hiking with her dog, teaching and practicing meditation and yoga, and having fun with friends.
Friday, May 11, 2018
8:45am- Registration Opens
9:00am- Conference Begins
12:15pm- Conference Ends
CEU's Offered, included in the price
Meeting LocationGood Shepherd Ctr. iLeap- East Hall, 4th floor
4649 Sunnyside Ave. North
Take route #44 (east-west) or route #16 (north-south); get off at 45th and Meridian, walk three blocks north, Meridian Park and Good Shepherd Center are on the right.
ParkingLimited parking on site. The Good Shepherd Ctr. is located in a residential neighborhood, parking on the street will be very limited. We encourage taking a Bus, bike or carpool.
Fees may be refunded, minus a $20 administrative charge, up to two weeks prior to the conference date, . No refunds will be given after April 28, 2018.
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Please SAVE THE DATE for our upcoming WSSCSW Annual Dinner of the Membership!
Stay tuned for more details, we hope members will put the date on your calendar now and if you tend to work on Thursday evenings, we’re hoping you can plan ahead and arrange your schedule so you can take that night off to spend with your colleagues. We hope to provide you with an evening of pleasure, good food, enriching conversation and connections, and a great view!
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