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    Continuing Education for Social Workers

    A Division of the Office of Field and Professional Education

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    All workshops located on the Monmouth University campus:

    400 Cedar Avenue
    West Long Branch, NJ 07764

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    All Monmouth University School of Social Work Alumni will receive a 20% discount for each workshop registration.


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    Programs for Fall 2016

    All Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are non-clinical unless otherwise specified.

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    Look for Cultural Competence and Ethics tags to find workshops that meet special license renewal requirements.

  • 9  School Reentry for Students Diagnosed with Cancer -  Thursday, December 08, 2016

    10  Veterans, PTSD, and Managing Anger -  Monday, December 12, 2016

  • School Reentry for Students Diagnosed with Cancer

    Thursday, December 08, 2016

    The Club at Magill Commons, Room 107

    9 a.m. – 12 p.m.


    3 Cultural Competence CEUs

    The word “cancer” invokes many reactions, biases, and behaviors which may complicate a student's return to school. With the proper awareness of the unique challenges these students face social workers can ease the transition back to school and help to create a supportive environment of growth. This workshop will focus on medical issues, school accommodations, and school reentry program ideas that address school personnel and classmate adjustment concerns while opening communication about cancer. Demonstration resources will cover elementary grades through high school.

    Linda Fischer Hopkins, MSW, LCSW, ACSW,  was previously employed for 10 years as a pediatric oncology social worker, as a prevention educator for the Monmouth County Sexual Abuse Treatment and Prevention Program (offering programs to local school districts) and as a school social worker in the Matawan Aberdeen school district.

    Veterans, PTSD, and Managing Anger

    Monday, December 12, 2016

    The Club at Magill Commons, Room 107

    9 a.m. – 3 p.m.


    5 Clinical CEUs

    The most common reason veterans enter treatment is related to their discomfort with their anger. It is a problematical behavior that the veteran has little insight into. PTSD anger interferes with every area of the veteran’s functioning, from occupational problems and interactions in the community, to family life and parenting. Traditional anger management programs do not usually assist the veteran with understanding the link between trauma, the combat experience and anger. This workshop will explore this link and explain how understanding it is critical to managing anger and improving functioning.

    Charles Wuth, LCSW,  has more than 30 years’ experience in the mental health and addiction fields and is a veteran. He taught Social work and the Military Family at Monmouth University as well as conducted workshops on veteran’s issues for social workers. Mr. Wuth has been active in veteran issues over the years. He has been involved with a number of committees with in the State of NJ related to the needs of veterans. For the past three years, he has worked at the Lakewood Vet Center, the counseling arm of the Veterans Health Administration, as a Readjustment Counselor. The center provides individual and group counseling to Veterans, and veteran families, on clinical issues related to Post Traumatic Stress, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Bereavement, and Military Sexual Trauma.