NASW-OK March 13th CEUs

Saturday, March 13 2021 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM [CST]

Register Now

1. Select Seats

2. Review and Proceed

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

REGISTRATION

Sale ended

Ticket PARTIAL APPROVAL - $60.00

Enter your discount code

  • Subtotal (excluding fees and discounts)
  • Fee
  • Total amount

Saturday, March 13 2021 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM [CST]

09:00 AM
Ethics

Clinical Billing and Ethics

09:00 AM - 10:30 AMAtoka, Oklahoma
  • Sydney Humphrey, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S, Certified ADSAC Assessor

    CEO, Kaleidoscope Behavior Solutions, LLC

10:40 AM
Ethics

Moral Injury

10:40 AM - 12:10 PMTulsa, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Lanny Endicott, D.Min., MSSW, LCSW, LMFT

    Retired, Director of ORU Social Work

12:15 PM
1.0 General CEUs

Undergraduates as Leaders: Preparing Social Work Students for Leadership and Collaboration Through Multidisciplinary Simulation Labs

12:15 PM - 01:15 PMAda, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Amy Ward, MSW, DSW, LCSW

    East Central University Social Work Assistant Professor & Program Director Social Work Program

01:20 PM
Ethics and Clinical 1.5 CEUs

Compassion Fatigue and Interventions

01:20 PM - 02:50 PMNashville, Tennessee
  • Charles Cobble, MSSW, LCSW

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker

03:00 PM
Clinical 1.5 CEUs

Was Rogers Right About Empathy After All?

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMNorman, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Steve Wells, Ph.D., MSW

    OU Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work Clinical Associate Professor

NASW-Oklahoma

https://naswok.com/

The NASW-Oklahoma Chapter is a widely respected professional organization that effectively balances our deep commitment to social work advocacy and empowerment of our members and those they serve while maintaining the highest professional standards. Our events directly fund social work advocacy and student initiatives throughout the state of Oklahoma.

Contact the Organizer View other events

Dr. Amy Ward, MSW, DSW, LCSW
East Central University Social Work Assistant Professor & Program Director Social Work Program
East Central University Social Work

Dr. Amy Ward is the Social Work Program Director at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. She earned her Bachelor of Social Work from East Central University, her Master of Social Work from the University of Oklahoma and her Doctorate of Social Work from the University of Southern California. She is a licensed clinical social worker and holds a trauma certification and has specialized in this area while working with traumatized children and families in the child welfare system. Before entering academia, Dr. Ward worked as a frontline social worker in a tribal community in child protective services, specializing in the Indian Child Welfare Act, serving families as an advocate in tribal and state courts. Dr. Ward was named Oklahoma DaVinci Fellow in 2017 for her work on multidisciplinary simulation labs. She has since been featured in Oklahoma’s DaVinci’s spotlight on creativity which highlighted her efforts in implementing simulation labs across academic disciplines. Recently, she was honored by the Western Social Sciences Association for having the outstanding graduate paper, the work focused on Dr. Ward’s research topic, “Tribal Family Healing Court: A Culturally Sensitive Approach to Child Welfare in Tribal Communities.” Additionally, Dr. Ward is a member of the Council on Social Work Education and the National Association of Social Workers. She is passionate about social work and serving at risk, underserved populations in Oklahoma.

https://www.ecok.edu/academics/colleges-and-schools/college-liberal-arts-and-social-sciences/department-professional-programs-human-services/social-work

About Dr. Amy Ward, MSW, DSW, LCSW

East Central University Social Work Assistant Professor & Program Director Social Work Program
East Central University Social Work
Charles Cobble, MSSW, LCSW
Medical Social Worker
Tennessee Valley Health Care System

Charles B. Cobble is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Board Certified Diplomate with 5 years of experience working with a diverse and complex population. Charles graduated from University of Tennessee Knoxville with a MSSW and a Certificate in Gerontology. Charles currently works as a Homeless Social Worker for the Department of Veterans Affairs and serves as a First Lieutenant with the Tennessee Army National Guard as a Behavioral Health Officer meeting the complex needs of over 1500 soldiers and recently returned from a deployment in Kuwait. Charles is also an adjunct faculty member at Tennessee Technological University where he teaches Social Work courses and provides consultation on the Social Work academic structure.

About Charles Cobble, MSSW, LCSW

Medical Social Worker
Tennessee Valley Health Care System
Sydney Humphrey, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S, Certified ADSAC Assessor
CEO/Private
Kaleidoscope Behavior Solutions, LLC

Sydney is an experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a demonstrated history of working in the mental health care industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Grief Counseling, Mindfulness, Crisis Intervention, and Family Therapy. Strong community and social services professional with a Master of Social Work (MSW) focused in Social Work from Texas A&M University-Commerce.

https://www.kaleidoscopebs.com/about

About Sydney Humphrey, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S, Certified ADSAC Assessor

CEO/Private
Kaleidoscope Behavior Solutions, LLC
Dr. Lanny Endicott, D.Min., MSSW, LCSW, LMFT
Retired, Director of ORU Social Work
Oral Roberts University

With a lengthy and distinguished career in higher education, Dr. Lanny Endicott has dedicated his professional life to social work. He was the Director of the Social Work Program at Oral Roberts University (ORU) for over 47 years. Dr. Endicott continues to beinvolved in social work education both at ORU and abroad (Russia). His interests besides education include: community planning and development, social services (particularly South Peoria in Tulsa, Oklahoma), workshops in compassion fatigue and burnout, community services for military veterans including soul repair, child welfare (both in Oklahoma and Russia), and family. Lanny has earned a Doctorate of Ministry from the Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Master of Social Work from the University of Missouri, Columbia. He is affiliated with NASW, NACSW; the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa; the South Peoria Neighborhood Connection Foundation Inc; the South Tulsa Community House and social work in Russia. Recognized by those in the field for his work, Dr. Endicott was awarded Social Worker of the Year in Oklahoma by NASW-OK in 2003. As well as being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker he is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist where he lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In conjunction with his professional interests, Dr. Endicott is a keen runner, having been Head of Cross Country and Track Coach at ORU. Ever a leader, he launched the cross country program at ORU in 1976. Their best season was in 1984 when ORU finished 11th in the NCAA National Cross Country Championships.

About Dr. Lanny Endicott, D.Min., MSSW, LCSW, LMFT

Retired, Director of ORU Social Work
Oral Roberts University
Dr. Steve Wells, Ph.D., MSW
Clinical Assistant Professor
OU School of Social Work

Steven P. Wells is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, and serves as Simulation Program Coordinator. He has worked in the field of family and children services since 1976 as a child welfare worker, family mediator, foster parent trainer, group counselor, and university professor. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Oklahoma (U.S.A.) and earned a doctorate in early childhood education in 2006. He teaches courses in social work practice, interviewing skills, and human behavior. He received a “Champions of Children Award” in 2008 from The Foster Care Association of Oklahoma, Inc., and was named Undergraduate Adviser of the Year in 2012 by the O.U. College of Arts and Sciences. His interests include children with disabilities and their families, child welfare services, counseling with abusive parents, foster parent training, and family mediation. He has explored Motivational Interviewing for the last ten years as a vital model for social work practice. Most of his MI training is within the context of child welfare services and allied health. He became associated with the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) in 2017 Dr. Wells is married to a social worker and is the parent of four adult children.

https://www.ou.edu/cas/socialwork

About Dr. Steve Wells, Ph.D., MSW

Clinical Assistant Professor
OU School of Social Work

09:00 AM

Clinical Billing and Ethics

09:00 AM - 10:30 AMAtoka, Oklahoma
10:40 AM

Moral Injury

10:40 AM - 12:10 PMTulsa, Oklahoma
12:10 PM

Preparing Social Work Students for Leadership and Collaboration Through Multidisciplinary Simulation Labs

12:10 PM - 01:10 PMAda, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Amy Ward, MSW, DSW, LCSW

    East Central University Social Work Assistant Professor & Program Director Social Work Program

01:20 PM

Compassion Fatigue and Interventions

01:20 PM - 02:50 PMNashville, Tennessee
  • Charles Cobble, MSSW, LCSW

    Medical Social Worker

03:05 PM

Was Rogers Right About Empathy After All?

03:05 PM - 04:30 PMNorman, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Steve Wells, Ph.D., MSW

    Clinical Assistant Professor

09:00 AM

Clinical Billing and Ethics

09:00 AM - 10:30 AMAtoka, Oklahoma
10:40 AM

Moral Injury

10:40 AM - 12:10 PMTulsa, Oklahoma
12:10 PM

Preparing Social Work Students for Leadership and Collaboration Through Multidisciplinary Simulation Labs

12:10 PM - 01:10 PMAda, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Amy Ward, MSW, DSW, LCSW

    East Central University Social Work Assistant Professor & Program Director Social Work Program

01:20 PM

Compassion Fatigue and Interventions

01:20 PM - 02:50 PMNashville, Tennessee
  • Charles Cobble, MSSW, LCSW

    Medical Social Worker

03:05 PM

Was Rogers Right About Empathy After All?

03:05 PM - 04:30 PMNorman, Oklahoma
  • Dr. Steve Wells, Ph.D., MSW

    Clinical Assistant Professor

  • Integer nulla lorem, pellentesque eget eros malesuada, semper bibendum felis. Proin quis est egestas, ultrices purus tempor, aliquet erat. Nullam molestie, neque at hendrerit semper, dui lacus eleifend arcu, quis mattis augue leo condimentum dui. Nunc vehicula eleifend risus vitae luctus. Sed sed sem nibh. Nam sit amet massa ullamcorper, iaculis felis id, ullamcorper libero. Aenean aliquet orci quis nisi interdum faucibus. Maecenas sollicitudin, nunc vitae tempus feugiat, arcu elit egestas diam, sit amet maximus neque turpis ac quam. Curabitur at ligula eget turpis pellentesque vestibulum eu id ante. Cras eget turpis mauris. Vestibulum vitae quam elit. Suspendisse bibendum at ipsum nec tempor. Ut in tristique nibh. Aliquam erat volutpat. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.

    Vivamus tempor viverra enim, commodo faucibus quam porta sed. Sed et varius nunc. Fusce cursus sem nec tellus accumsan, sed laoreet nisi vulputate. Praesent varius quis turpis in aliquam. Phasellus nisl velit, porttitor eget risus sed, interdum elementum nibh. Praesent eget ante bibendum quam suscipit accumsan sit amet eu nisi. Ut eget facilisis risus. Proin molestie lorem ut interdum finibus. Sed pretium ut sapien at dictum. Sed sit amet dolor tincidunt turpis tincidunt ultricies et et neque.

    Nam non augue a lorem tempor sodales. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Quisque ullamcorper lobortis rhoncus. Morbi nec dui vitae odio ultricies posuere ac nec turpis. Vestibulum efficitur lectus sem, sed volutpat quam congue at. Nulla quis aliquam ex. Vestibulum eget felis consectetur, efficitur risus non, dapibus tellus. Aliquam ac gravida dui. Donec vel est a arcu tristique egestas id vitae neque. Nullam varius odio eget leo porttitor, pharetra rhoncus quam dignissim..