Attention: Eastern Region!! CEU Opportunity: North Dakota

CEU Opportunity in North Dakota For those of you in eastern Montana, we are pleased to provide information about an upcoming training put on by NASW North Dakota. In order for MT members to take advantage of member pricing, you will need to add the following promo codes into the registration form (note – each code…Continue Reading

An Hour with Private Practice: Questions & Answers

An Hour With Private Practice: Questions and Answers is a free question and answer session for NASW members which is held every third Wednesday of the month from January through November. The monthly call-in sessions focus on a specific private practice subject. There is no registration and members can join in the discussion, ask questions,…Continue Reading

2016 Mental Health Policy Summit

Please join us for the 2016 Mental Health Policy Summit in Helena! When: February 19th, 2016  8:00 am to 5:00 pm Where:  Great Northern Best Western, 835 Great Northern Blvd, Helena, MT The event is free of cost!  Lunch will be provided To view the event flyer, click the the link below: 2016 Policy Summit_Invite_1 7…Continue Reading

Response to the Mass Shooting in San Bernardino

In light of the recent shooting in San Bernardino, CA, yesterday, we’d like to share this piece written by NASW California Chapter Executive Director Janlee Wong. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to those who were impacted both directly and indirectly by yesterday’s tragedy.    NASW expresses it sorrow and concern regarding the horrific…Continue Reading

Member Spotlight: Surviving Disordered Eating

  New Book Provides Practical Guidance for Those Needing to Heal From an Eating Disorder Authors share Inspirational Professional and Personal Experiences   Kalispell, MT, August 28, 2015—Barbi Webber, BSW, CHWC and Carrie Thiel, MA, LCPC have together released their first book, Surviving Disordered Eating: One Bite at a Time. Authored by an eating disorder…Continue Reading

NASW Shining Star Recognition

NASW Montana seeks to recognize those among our membership who embody the principles of social work: Service Social justice Dignity and worth of the person Importance of human relationships Integrity Competence   To nominate someone for recognition through NASW Montana, please submit an email to amy@naswmt.org including the following: Name of the person you are…Continue Reading

November Eastern Region Meeting

November Eastern Region Meeting   Breaking the Cycle: How to Identify Poverty, Abuse, and Addiction in the Family System Date:  November 18th, 2015 Time: 12:00 to 1:00 Where: Walla Walla University 2520 5th Street South, Billings, MT 59101 Contact: Eastern Region Rep Kiva Kust kiva.kust@va.gov  406-657-6071 Amanda is a Montana state Licensed Clinical  Professional Counselor.  Her practice focus is on  children and family systems utilizing community  based principals.  She is a certified facilitator for  Parenting Success; which she incorporates into  her family practices, or individually for parents  wanting, or required, to complete a parenting  class.  She is a certified facilitator in Workin’ It Out  and Beginning To Work It Out, soft skills; with  further training in Play Therapy, CPT, DBT, …Continue Reading