Celebrating 35 Years Supporting Clinical Social Work in NC

NCSCSW is a professional organization specifically for clinical social workers. We promote high standards of professional education, ethical practice and achievement. It is our goal to increase the expertise of the clinical social worker by providing education through workshops, presentations and courses. We also desire to protect the mental health consumer, maintain quality service and promote consumer choice in selecting mental health professionals.

News & Updates

Medicaid and LCSWAs

There was good news this week for LCSWAs! After years of advocacy with the NC General Assembly and the Department of Health and Human Services, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associates (LCSWAs) can now directly enroll to be Medicaid providers. » Read more

ICD-10 Deadline

In a recent rule change, HHS has officially set October 1, 2015 as the deadline for switching over to ICD-10 billing codes. See more here: http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20140731/NEWS/307319823

Treating the Traumatized Child: One Size Does Not Fit All

January 31, 2015 UNC School of Social Work, Chapel Hill

Treating traumatized children can be challenging and perplexing for even the most seasoned clinician. The workshop session will address core principles and strategies used in treating the traumatized child. The differences between single incident and complex relational trauma will be addressed, as well as some different therapeutic modalities and styles, and some ways to think about navigating through different approaches. A portion of the workshop will allow for discussion of cases.

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