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AK 3-11 Rural Ethics in Social Work Practice JUN
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AK 3-11 Rural Ethics in Social Work Practice JUN

When: 03/11/2018
1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Where: University of Alaska Southeast
11120 Glacier Hwy
Egan Library Room 221
Juneau, Alaska  99801
United States
Presenter: James "JT" Bolin, MSW, LCSW
Contact: NASW Alaska Chapter

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James T. “J.T.” Bolin, MSW, LCSW, is a Child Therapist at the Behavioral Health department of the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation in Dillingham where he provides community mental health and psychotherapy services to children, families, and adults in remote villages and towns across the Bristol Bay region. Previously, he provided community mental health and family therapy services to inner-city youth and their families. Additionally, he provided dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to adolescents and young adults diagnosed with personality disorders or found to engage in chronically suicidal or self-harm behavior. His other work experiences include working with forensic clients in Missouri Department of Mental Health custody, resettling immigrants and refugees, human trafficking, suicide prevention, and implementing neighborhood youth programs. He has a Master of Social Work and is a licensed clinical social worker in both Alaska and Missouri and currently serves as the treasurer of the Alaska Chapter of the NASW. He specializes in child and family therapy, personality disorders, chronically suicidal and destructive behaviors, and treatment resistant individuals as well as extensive experience collaborating with child protective workers and family courts.


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