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From the NASW Colorado Chapter
Social Work Update

October 31, 2014       The Way to Stay Current on Crucial Info to the Profession ~ For Members Only


In This Issue:

1. Last Word from PACE

2. DSM 5 Resources

3. Continuing Education

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The Last Word from PACE

You might be weary of all the commercials, emails, and phone calls but as a Social Worker you know how important voting is. So, your ballot has already been dropped off or mailed, right?  To confirm that your ballot has been received go here.

If you have not yet voted and still need information, then try these links:
Secretary of State Elections & Voting webpage here
See who Colorado PACE has endorsed in state races here
See who National PACE endorsed in federal races here

Remember Every Vote Counts....Please VOTE Today!


Resources for the New DSM 5

There are changes in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM) clinical social workers should familiarize themselves with as the mental health industry transitions from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5. NASW has prepared the a list of 10 key changes to help clinical social workers transition. See it on the National Website.

The Chapter will host a training by webcast on the DSM 5 on Feb 20, 2015.  For more info see the website calendar.

Private Practice Workshop Series

Next year, in January and February, the Chapter will host three workshops on the business and management of Starting A Private Practice.  For details and more information select a title:

I:  Steps to Start Your Business

II:  Building Your Team

III: Your Business, Your Money

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