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SD - 2019 Ethics & Sleep Disorders Workshop(s)
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NASW-SD is happy to present two workshops by Sophia F. Dziegielewski, Ph.D, LCSW. Dr. Dziegielewski will present the following two workshops, 'Ethical Standards of Care' & 'The Art of Clinical Supervision' Workshop(s). You are welcome to attend one or both of the workshops. Lunch is included when you attend all day. If you haven't heard Dr. 'D' present, then you are in for a real treat.

When: 3 or 6 CEU Ethics & Sleep Workshop
Includes lunch with both workshops
Where: CHI Health Lakeside
16901 Lakeside Court
Omaha, Nebraska  68130
United States
Presenter: Sophia Dziegielewski, Ph.D., LCSW
Contact: NASW, South Dakota Chapter

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Please Note - Your lunch is included when you register for both workshops.

Workshop Schedules

Registration  -  8:30 AM

Ethics Workshop  -  9:00 AM - Noon

Lunch -  Noon - 1:00 PM

Supervision Workshop - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


Ethical Standards of Care

in the Clinical and Community Practice Setting: Being Held to a Jury of Our Peers


Agenda: 3 Ethics CEUs

Purpose: This training will utilize a combination of lecture and group discussion designed to develop and support a successful professional, applied and bioethical process when working with children and families. Content will focus on particular issues and challenges confronting social workers in both the clinical and community practice setting with the presentation and application of an ethical framework for decision-making. 

Workshop Objectives: 

·Review concepts related to ethical conduct in the practice of social work such as using current technology, electronic records, and respect for confidential information, legal implications and record keeping.

·Identify at least two ethical concerns and apply an ethical decision making format to address them utilizing the NASW Code of Ethics.

·Identify several important personal and organizational steps for establishing effective ethical decision-making.


Review of Ethical Principles and Basics for Application

1.  Analyze extant ethical codes in the helping professions.

2.  Relate professional codes to specific situations in both the clinical and community-practice setting.

3.  Analyze the effects of technology and moral responsibilities in the 21st century.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of contextual components in ethical deliberations and consultations.

Getting a GOOD Night’s Sleep:

Assessment, Treatment and Practice Implications


Agenda: 3 CEUs


Workshop Description:

This seminar is designed to cover the basics on how to enhance sleep, stressing the ways “lack of” or “disturbed” sleep can affect mental health and human performance in both children and adults. The basics for completing the diagnostic assessment related to several common sleep disorders and the subsequent treatment planning and intervention strategy will be covered. Practice application will be explored stressing the supportive role that social work professionals can take in understanding and treating such common conditions. Particular emphasis is placed on recognition of mental health attitudes and behaviors that can be directly linked to problematic sleep patterns.


Seminar Objectives: 

·Identify two ways in which “problematic” sleep patterns can affect mental health and human performance.

·Identify two questions to ask when determining whether sleep disturbance may be a complicating or causing problematic mental health responses.

·Identify two practice strategies that can be used to help clients that suffer from disturbed sleep.


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