Field Instructor Appreciation Luncheon

2018 Field Appreciation Workshop

Annual Field Instructor Appreciation Event

The Annual Field Instructor Workshop and Appreciation Luncheon is an opportunity both for professional development and to recognize your tremendous contributions to student learning during the year. The workshop topic is chosen with consideration of emerging and/or cutting edge practice issues that apply to all levels of practice.

The luncheon celebration immediately follows the workshop.  It is a great opportunity to relax and celebrate with your student(s), colleagues, and program partners. 

Recent Workshops:

2018: Using Motivational Interviewing to Cultivate Empowerment and Change Across Systems - Jane Hurley Johncox, Jonathan Lofgren, Russ Turner, Jennifer Schaefer, and Tim Eiesland

2017: The Conundrum of Social Work Practice with Mental Health and Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction: Perspectives from the Field - Sandra Laski, M.Ed., MSW, LICSW, LADC, and Connie Tanner, MS, MSW, LGSW

2016: Approaching Aging in New Ways: Changing personal and professional perspectives to empower elders and strengthen families and communities - Tanya Rand, Shelly Rottenberg, and Amanda Thooft

2015: Trauma Informed Care: A Paradigm for Social Workers and their Practice - Krista Nelson, AM, LICSW, LMFT

2014: Secondary Trauma: Building Resilience – Cynthia Packer, MSW, LICSW & Jeremy Mork, MSW, LICSW

2013:  Social Work Practice with Service Members, Returning Veterans & Their Families - David Holewinski, MSW, LICSW, CBIS & Franki Rezek, MSW, LICSW, LADC.

2012:  Social work practice with immigrants and refugees:  Cross-cultural expressions of hope and resilience - Sue Johnston, MSW, LICSW

2011:  The Many Applications of Reflective Practice:  Mindfulness and Embodied Awareness - Cara Carlson, Kathy Caron, Stacy Husebo, and Carey Winkler

2010: Applying Social Work Skills to Supervision:  Micro, Mezzo and Macro Perspectives – George Baboila, Angie Barretta-Herman, and Jane Hurley-Johncox

2009: The Ethical Dimensions of Supervision - Tamara Kaiser

2008: Fostering Empathy Using the Helping Relationship - Chad Breckenridge