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background and practice settings. The primary fo- cus, however, is a summary of the fifty-one licensure laws and regulations which govern licensed clinical social work practice analyzed in 18 different areas.

  • and speaking of social

workers expanding their interests in retirement…

There are currently thirty-eight different titles go- verning clinical social work and social work practice. The same titles have different meaning in different states, and scopes of practice vary across the coun- try. LCSWs often have difficulty taking their license to another state. I therefore propose recommenda- tions for licensure titles and scopes of practice that would lessen the confusion that exists for the public and LCSWs across state laws.

You can find more information and an order form at http://www.clinicalsocialworkassociation.org/content/publ ication.

Thank you in advance for your interest!

Laura W. Groshong, LICSW 206-524-3690 lwgroshong@comcast.net

The Mighty Mavens MSCSW member emeritus Joan Calof, Faith Or- meland and Carla Vogel will tell stories and sing songs about aging at the 2010 Minneapolis Jew- ish Humor Festival.


Friday February 26, at 12:30 pm and Monday, March 1, at 7 pm


Sabes Jewish Community Center 4330 Cedar Lake Road South St Louis Park, MN 55416-3798 952-381-3400

For more information, contact Claire Avitabile at 952-381-3447 or cavitabile@sabesjcc.org or Joan at jcalof@comcast.net

Winter Ethics Seminar

Private Practice Group

The next meeting of the Private Practice Business Issues Consultation group will be on Monday, Janu- ary 11, 7-9pm at Tubman Family Alliance, 3111 First Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55408. Free to MSCSW members. Contact Mark LaChapelle at 952- 928-8474 or mark@marklachapelle.com with ques- tions.

The Winter Ethics Seminar will be held on Tuesday, February 9, 2010, from 7 pm – 9 pm, at the home of Anne Ford, facilitated by Anne Ford, Ellen Abnet and Bev Caruso (2 CEUs for licensure renewal require- ment). Anne’s address is 9810 Edgewood Drive, Bloomington, MN 55438, 612-817-1757.

FREE to MSCSW members; $25 for others NO registration required

Summer Ethics Seminar

MSCSW Professional Liability Insurance


Congratulations to Tamara Kaiser

The Summer Ethics Seminar will be presented by Sarah Anderson and Dave Gibson on Tuesday, June 8, from 7 pm -9 pm, at the home of Dave Gibson, 1945 Stanford Avenue, St. Paul, MN.

Tamara Kaiser will be retiring from full time teaching after 18 years on the faculty at St. Catherine Univer- sity/University of St. Thomas School of Social Work in May of 2010. She will continue in her role as Co Director of the School's Supervision Institute and to teach on a part time basis. She will be expanding her private practice, where she provides therapy, super- vision, training and consultation for both clinicians and supervisors.


Sponsored by MSCSW & NASW-MN

Saturday, January 23 (8 am – 12 noon & 1 – 5 pm) and Sunday, January 24 (9 am – 1 pm)

This course is designed for all levels of licensure including a breakout session for the basic exam (LSW). This course will reduce test anxiety, sharpen

MSCSW Newsletter – Winter 2010

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