Self-Study Continuing Education Courses

Stay up to date on the profession from the comfort of your own home! Once you have registered for a self-study course, you will receive an email with the recording, workshop evaluation, and post-session test links. Please email if you have any questions and to determine if CSSW can offer continuing education contact hours in your state.

Accent Discrimination

In this talk, Prof. Mari Matsuda argues for the expansion of anti-oppressive practices in social work to include awareness of accent discrimination.

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Caregiving as Moral and Emotional Experience

Global health expert and Harvard professor Arthur Kleinman gives a special lecture on the importance of caregiving, and how social work represents that part of the healthcare system where caregiving still matters.

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David Billings Discusses His New Book on Racism in America

Reverend David Billings presents his book, Deep Denial: The Persistence of White Supremacy in U.S. History and Life.

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Tele-behavioral Health and Social Work

Two clinical professors at the Columbia School of Social Work discuss the impact of digital disruption on existing models of clinical practice.

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Veterans and Homelessness

Alumna Rachel Waltz (MSW’08) and Columbia faculty Lt. Col. Franklin Swayne discuss why veterans become homeless, and how non-veterans can provide more effective care to veterans.

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