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Reflective Supervision Engaging Social Work Students

Reflective Supervision: Engaging Social Work Students in Reflective Practice

Date: 25 February 2022

Location: Virtual 

 

This training will present information on the reflective learning-based supervision model that
outlines a trauma informed approach to the sequence of the interactive reflective learning cycle
between supervisor, supervisee and the client. Through this parallel process, participants will learn
how the experiences of the supervisor, supervisee and client are transformed into meaningful and
corresponding connections that the supervisee develops through the progression of the supervision
relationship.

Two free social work continuing education credits will be offered to attendees holding
a full social work license (LMSW or LBSW). This training has not been registered with MCBAP
however everyone that attends the full training will receive a certificate of completion if requested.

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EVENT FLYER

Career Converse Coffee Connect Event

Mino-bimose'idiwag and Center for Native American Studies will be hosting a virtual event on Thursday January 20th. We will be talking about the program and answering any questions attendees may have.

Contact the Center for Native American studies at cnas@nmu.edu for any questions

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The Month of Social Work

The Month of Social Work

Date: November 29 and December 6

Time: 7:30pm 

Location: Google Meet 

Join us in hearing from Social Work professionals on their experiences in the field. 

Register on the HUB using the link below: 

https://thehub.nmu.edu/home_login