On Becoming a Clinical Social Worker and Beyond

The North Carolina Chapter of the  American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work (AAPCSW) & The North Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work (NCSCSW) present: “On Becoming a Clinical Social Worker and Beyond”

What You Need to Know About Technology Assisted Therapy

Many people would like to be able to expand their practices and the clients they serve. Providing sessions via video or telephone is an appealing option to accomplish this....

Election 2017

Election 2017 The Nomination Committee proudly announces the nominations for election to the Board for 2017-2019.   This year’s slate will join the current Treasurer, Secretary, Program Chair and 2...

Annual Ethics Workshop

Ethical Considerations in Working with African American Clients: Conceptualization to Interventions Saturday May 6, 2017 UNC School of Social Work – Chapel Hill

Nuts and Bolts of Entering the Social Work Field

The North Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work  presents The “Nuts and Bolts” of Entering the Clinical Social Work Field –  Hopefully, Everything You Wanted and Needed to Know...

SWM17: Social Workers Stand Up!

SWM17: Social Workers Stand Up By Julia Harr, LSCSWA Happy Social Work Month! This year’s theme from the NASW of “Social Workers Stand Up!” is a call to action...

Scholarship Program

Announcing: The 2017 NCSCSW Scholarship Program NCSCSW Scholarship Program Description: The North Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work (NCSCSW) offers awards to recognize Master’s level students and current practicing...

ICYMI: Mentalization Workshop

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan, PhD, LCSW is a well-loved professor of social work at East Carolina University.  Those who attended her workshop on Mentalization-Based Therapy understand why! During the two-hour...

Mentorship Program Update

It is with much excitement that the Mentorship Committee announces our new process for applying to our Mentorship Program as either a mentor or protégé! We have worked to...

The Election

The Election The election is over, and the results are in. Reactions range from grief to elation, fear to hope. Some feel exhausted, bewildered, and defeated. Others see opportunity...