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Final registration call for Virginia Social Workers to Earn up to 68 CEs at the NASWVA Annual Conference March 25-27!!

Procrastinators alert! Virginia social workers have only days left to register for the Thursday through Saturday, March 25-27, NASWVA Annual Conference, where you can earn up to 68 CEs, including all of your ethics CEs.

Choose from 30-plus breakout sessions, four nationally known keynoters, two facilitated networking sessions, a full self-care track, a "Munch" and Learn with a world-class art curator, an Exhibitor Fair, and myriad fun events such as a virtual pet parade, a mini cooking class, a virtual hike, sunrise yoga, a Celebrating Hygge night, and a meditation session. Topics include

  • ethics (8 sessions)

  • COVID-19 and telehealth lessons

  • racial justice and equity in social work (7 sessions and keynotes)

  • trauma

  • children's and adolescents' mental health

  • legal issues for social workers

  • LGBTQ issues

  • ecotherapy

  • dance and music therapy

  • human trafficking

  • addiction

  • advocacy and much more.

The meeting offers numerous experiential learning formats that combat Zoom fatigue, and all sessions encourage attendee dialogue and Q&A.

Each attendee also receives a mailed engagement packet with goodies that let them experience learning and events hands-on.

Once registered, attendees can download a helpful conference app to create a customized daily professional development schedule, as well as to see other attendees, skim the agenda, and visit 17 virtual booths of sponsors and exhibitors.

Registration options include Live-only (18.5 CEs), Live+60 Days (live event plus 60 days to earn more CEs by viewing your choice of on-demand session recordings), or On-Demand-Only (access to all 30-plus recorded sessions, keynotes, and networking and other events).

Use your NASW members-only discount! Nonmembers welcome! Join hundreds of social workers in your professional community for this highly rated event and enjoy high-quality learning, fellowship, and fun.

Questions? Contact Virginia Chapter Executive Director Debra Riggs, CAE, at


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