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MSCSW NEWS

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of research now supports the claim that the practice of mindfulness can result in significant neurological

and

behavioral

changes.

Meanwhile,

the

debate

SPRING CLINICAL CONVERSATION March 1, 2010 COUPLES THERAPY Bernie Slutsky

rages on. taught to sustained

Is mindfulness a “technique” that can be clinicians and clients or does it require a and deep practice for both parties? When

and how

can it best be

process?

For whom is

incorporated into it most helpful?

the therapy What about

AND THIS ONE TOO!

contraindications other issues will

and informed be discussed

versation” during which mindfulness together.

we

consent? These and in this “clinical con-

will

also

practice

SPRING WORKSHOP April 23, 2010 9 am -12:30 pm The Internet & Mental Health

And dont forget about this!

MSCSW ANNUAL MEETING Please join us to meet, greet and socialize with your colleagues! May 17, 2010

7 pm – 9 pm Venue and more information to follow

Goal: To provide participants with an understanding of the range and depth of mindfulness practices, how to use them effectively with clients, and the implica- tions of doing so.

Objectives:

  • 1.

    Understand the ways in which mindfulness can be used in therapy and the experience required of the clinician.

  • 2.

    Consider the implications of doing so (ethical, spiritual, and otherwise).

  • 3.

    Become knowledgeable about the research on the effects of mindfulness on the brain.

  • 4.

    Experience a variety of mindfulness practices and discuss their potential use in therapy.

Political News& Legislative News

Mary Moriarty

CLINICAL CONVERSATION

Mary Moriarty is watching the landscape for us and is encouraging members to attend their caucuses on

MINDFULNESS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY Jean W. Haley, MLS, MS, MSW, LICSW February 8, 2010, 7pm - 9 pm 2 CEUs The ancient practice of mindfulness – nonjudgmen-

February 2.

PACE will be sending reminders

and

possible resolutions to bring to caucuses.

Laura Groshong – Book Referral

tal awareness of the present mainstream psychotherapy.

moment - has entered Clinicians using the

models of ness-based Acceptance

Dialectical Behavior Therapy, mindful- Cognitive Therapy for Depression, or and Commitment Therapy include it as a

Please note the following book referral and message from Laura

Groshong important nation.

on CSWA lobbyists.

issue

of

licensure

and

It contains

the

lack

of

information consistency

about across

the the

I would like to call your attention to the imminent publication of my book Clinical Social Work Practice

key

component.

Others

use

insights

gained

from

their personal meditation practice deepen whatever model they use.

to inform and A growing body

and Regulation: An Overview. This book

overview practice

of the broad scope of clinical

by

theoretical

orientation,

provides an social work educational

MSCSW Newsletter – Winter 2010

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