MSW Advanced Standing New Student Orientation 2017
MSW Advanced Standing New Student Orientation 2018 Monday, March 26, 2018 5:30-8:30pm WELCOME Dr. Vaughn DeCoster Chair of Social Work Department Dr. Jay Dickerson MSW Program Director FACULTY INTRODUCTIONS Dr. Vaughn DeCoster, LCSW, Chair Mental Health, Photo Therapy, Aging, Veterans Dr. Iris Phillips
Dr. Jay Dickerson, MSW Program Director Macro Practice, Diversionary Courts, Interagency Collaboration, & Program Evaluation Prof. Bonnie Rinks, LCSW, Director of Field Education Mental Health Dr. Wendy Turner, Director of Center for Social Justice Education International Social Work, Social Justice, Children Dr. Tom Bordelon, LCSW
Mental Health, Groups, Healthcare Macro Practice Diversionary Courts, Program Evaluation Dr. Kathy Elpers, LCSW Mental health, Mindfulness, Aging, Leadership Dr. Veronica Huggins, LMSW Re-entry for Ex-offenders, Personal Development/Self-Efficacy, Family Criminality Dr. Elissa Mitchell Child Well-being, Domestic Violence, Macro Practice Dr. Marie Pease, LCSW Community Mental Health, Rural Social Work, Domestic Violence Prof. John Paulson, LCSW, LCAC Mental Health, Addictions, Mindfulness, Compassion Approaches Dr. David Cousert, LCSW
Mental Health, Families Prof. Jara Dillingham Mental Health, Adoption, Child Welfare Prof. Jean Zelenko, LCSW Mental Health Dr. Dianna Cooper-Bolinskey, LCSW, LCAC Mental Health, Addiction ORIENTATION FORMS & PROGRAM EXPECTATIONS Orientation Forms MSW Digital Orientation Checklist Ethical & Professional Conduct Contract
Program Expectations Email & Correspondence Social Media Professionalism - Communication - Appearance REGISTRATION A week before registration opens, you will receive an email from the USI MSW Graduate Assistant ([email protected]) This email will contain the CRN numbers assigned to the courses your cohort is scheduled to take Your seat is reserved for Fall & Spring classes. Summer electives are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registering for courses outside of your cohort will result in the MSW Program Director dropping your classes.
SUMMER 2018 REGISTRATION All MSW students are required to take 2 Summer Electives Advanced Standing FULL-TIME students may take Human Diversity and 2 electives this summer Diversity MSW Summer Human Courses run May 9th July 13th CRN 20141 SOCW 610.NC2 Human Diversity in Social Work Practice Thursdays
8am12pm HP 1083 Tom Bordelon CRN 20436 SOCW 610.N01 Human Diversity in Social Work Practice WEB WEB WEB Elissa Mitchell You may register for Summer 2018
as soon as Orientation has concluded. SUMMER 2018 ELECTIVES CRN 20142 CRN 20144 CRN 20145 SOCW 500.NC1 Motivational Interviewing SOCW 500.NC2 Therapeutic Mindfulness Social Work Practice SOCW 500.NC3 Healthcare Social Work
CRN 20146 SOCW 500.NC4 Social Work in Community Corrections CRN SOCW 625.NC1 20147 Social Work Practice-Children & Adolescents CRN SOCW 634.NC1 20148 Role of Social Worker- Chemical Dependency CRN SOCW 634.NO1
20435 Role of Social Worker- Chemical Dependency CRN 20149 SOCW 638.NC1 Minority Groups & Culture Issues in Social Work Mondays 5:309:30pm HP 1083 John Paulson Wednesday
s 5:309:30pm ED 0139 Kathy Elpers Wednesday s 5:309:30 pm HP 1082 Tom Bordelo n Wednesday s
5:309:30pm ED 2105 Jodi Uebelha ck Mondays 5:309:30pm HP 1082 Wendy Turner Tuesdays 5:309:30pm
ED 2105 Lisa Withrow WEB WEB WEB David Cousert Wednesdays 5:309:30pm HP 1083 Veronica Huggins
CRN 20434 CRN 20151 SOCW 664.NO1 Crisis Intervention SSOCW 668.NC1 Human Sexuality: Processes WEB WEB WEB Marie Pease Mondays
5:309:30pm ED 0139 David Cousert FALL 2018 REGISTRATION- ADVANCED STANDING FULL-TIME CRN 50922 SOCW 660.001 Clinical Practice with Groups Tuesdays 8-10:45am HP 1083 SOCW
601.003 Clinical Assess/ Psychopthlg SW Tuesdays 12-2:45pm HP 1082 CRN 50892 SOCW 611.001 Grad Field Placement II N/A N/A
Stephen Roehm CRN 50902 SOCW 612.NC1 Grad Field Seminar II Tuesdays 3-4:50pm HP 0053 Stephen Roehm CRN
50899 SOCW 611.004 Grad Field Placement II N/A N/A Catherine Rosenmeier CRN 50909 SOCW 612.NC4 Grad Field
Seminar II Tuesdays 3-4:50pm HP 0053 Catherine Rosenmeier SOCW 608.002 Theories of Clinical Practice Thursdays 8-10:45am HP 1083 SOCW
652.002 Family & Couples Therapy Thursdays 12-2:45pm HP 1083 CRN 50874 CRN 50888 CRN 50917 Tom Bordelon John Paulson
Veronica Huggins David Cousert You only need to register for one section of each class Be sure to register for the same instructor for the Field Courses (SOCW 611 & SOCW 612) Registration begins Monday, April 2nd at 8am FALL 2018 REGISTRATION- ADVANCED STANDING PART-TIME Registration begins Monday, April 2nd at 8am
CRN 50885 CRN 50890 SOCW 601.003 Clinical Assess/ Psychopthlg SW Tuesdays 6-8:45pm SOCW 608.003 Theories of Clinical Practice Thursdays 6-8:45pm
HP 1083 ED 0139 Elizabeth Fallen Marie Pease SOCW 500. NC1: SPECIAL TOPICS INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE HEALTHCARE MSW ORIENTATION JARA DILLINGHAM SOCW500: INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION Presented By: Prof. Jara Dillingham
SOCW500: INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION What is it? Why is it important? SOCW500: INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION Opportunity to work with Nursing and Health Professions nursing, occupational therapy, nutrition, and social work Opportunity to gain field experience Required to take 6 credit hours in electives for your degree All electives offered in the summer, except for Inter-professional Collaborative Healthcare Offered in both the Fall and Spring semester SOCW500: INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION Most of your hours for the class will be spent in the field actually
working with clients and other professionals/disciplines Full day orientation Six full days in your assigned clinic- Southwestern Behavioral Health Services, Glenwood, Tulip Tree, Echo Housing Online completion of training/paperwork Hybrid format - Friday 8-10:45 (approximately 4 FTF) Outside readings/journals/integration assignments MSW HANDBOOK, ETHICS, PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR & SELF-CARE Presented By: Dr. Elissa Mitchell & Dr. Kathy Elpers, Student Affairs Committee CSWE COMPETENCIES DEMONSTRATE ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR make ethical decisions by applying the standards of the NASW Code
of Ethics, relevant laws and regulations, models for ethical decisionmaking, ethical conduct of research, and additional codes of ethics as appropriate to context; use reflection and self-regulation to manage personal values and maintain professionalism in practice situations; demonstrate professional demeanor in behavior; appearance; and oral, written, and electronic communication; use technology ethically and appropriately to facilitate practice outcomes; and use supervision and consultation to guide professional judgment and behavior. ENGAGE DIVERSITY & DIFFERENCE IN PRACTICE apply and communicate understanding of the importance of diversity and difference in shaping life experiences in practice at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; present themselves as learners and engage clients and
constituencies as experts of their own experiences; and apply self-awareness and self-regulation to manage the influence of personal biases and values in working with diverse clients and constituencies. NASW CODE OF ETHICS Professional ethics are at the core of social work. The profession has an obligation to articulate its basic values, ethical principles, and ethical standards. The NASW Code of Ethics sets forth these values, principles, and standards to guide social workers conduct. The Code is relevant to all social workers and social work students, regardless of their professional functions, the settings in which they work, or the populations they serve. (NASW, 2015) NASW CODE OF ETHICS, STANDARD 2.01 Social workers should treat colleagues with respect and should represent accurately and fairly the qualifications, views, and obligations of colleagues.
Social workers should avoid unwarranted negative criticism of colleagues in communications with clients or with other professionals. Unwarranted negative criticism may include demeaning comments that refer to colleagues level of competence or to individuals attributes such as race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion, immigration status, and mental or physical disability. Social workers should cooperate with social work colleagues and with colleagues of other professions when such cooperation serves the well-being of clients. NASW CODE OF ETHICS, STANDARD 4.01 Social workers should strive to become and remain proficient in professional practice and the performance of professional functions. Social workers should critically examine and keep current with emerging knowledge relevant to social work. Social workers should routinely review the professional literature and participate in continuing education relevant to social work practice and social work ethics. Social workers should base practice on recognized knowledge, including
empirically based knowledge, relevant to social work and social work ethics. HOW DOES THIS APPLY TO ME AS A GRADUATE STUDENT? You are starting your professional career as a social worker NOW! Practice makes perfect. Attendance & punctuality Conduct in & out of the classroom (including online!) Respect Willingness to listen and consider differing viewpoints Willingness to accept responsibility Collaboration with others Ongoing learning & use of research-based information MSW STUDENT HANDBOOK & STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Review the handbook online Know the expectations Student Affairs Committee Drs. Mitchell, Elpers, & Huggins
BSW & MSW Student Representatives ETHICS OF SELF-CARE What does Self-Care have to do with Ethics and Social Work FIELD INSTRUCTION Ms. Bonnie Rinks, Director of Field Education FIELD OFFICE Bonnie Rinks, LCSW, ACSW Director of Field Education Kali Riley, BSW Graduate Assistant
Mackenzie Groover Student Worker 812.465.1106 [email protected] 812.465.7114 [email protected] FIELD PLACEMENT Kali and Mackenzie are committed to getting you placed using the preferences you provided. However, MSW students do not chose specific placements. On the application is a place for preferences. YOU CAN BE AS SPECIFIC AS YOU WANT. the goal is to get good clinical experience rather than specific preferences. There is no whining in social work.
DO NOT CONTACT AGENCIES UNTIL YOU HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED You must receive the official authorization email from the field office before making contact or scheduling an interview with an agency. Contacting Agencies prior to receiving notification form the field office could result in dismissal from field eligibility. Dismissal stops forward progress of your master degree. INTERVIEWS Students interview with agenciesjust like a job Contact the agency within TWO business days. Do not put off your interview until the last minute. Schedule as early as possible in case an alternate placement must be found.
Email Kali or Mackenzie after your interview and advise as to how the interview seemed to go. Do not forget The Field Instructor Guideline letter (FIG) that your agency will sign and give back to us. This is your acceptance letter. IPEC We are partnering with Nursing and Health professions to train students in Interprofessional Collaboration. We are offering those students a 3 hr elective for the hours spent in IPEC. It is the only elective credit offered during fall and spring semesters. There are clinics at Glenwood, Tulip Tree clinic, & Southwestern Behavioral staffed with masters students from nursing, occupational therapy, social work, & nutrition. INSURANCE Health Insurance Professional Liability Insurance
You must carry Health Insurance. The university carries lability insurance. However, we encourage you to have your own lability insurance. You are not an employee of your internship agency and therefore not covered under workers compensation. If you do not have healthcare coverage of your own you may get it from HealthCare.gov or 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325) You may also want to investigate The University Health Services http://www.usi.edu/healthcenter/fees-insurance/ office-visit-plan-ovp NASW offers student coverage at affordable
rates. http://www.naswassurance.org/malpractice/st udent-liability-individuals/ OR Call 855-385-2160 I WORK 40-50 HOURS EACH WEEK Question: Can I find a field placement in the evening and on weekends, so I can continue to work 40 -50 hours a week, and be a full time graduate student, and be a parent, and be a spouse, and continue to volunteer for my church, and go on a cruise Answer: No FIELD IS SMOKIN Limit outside work to 25 hours per week In order to protect the integrity of the learning process, protect the student from
a hazardous overload, including an undue professional liability risk, and protect clients served by students, it is recommended that students limit the number of hours they are employed outside of field practicum to 25 hours or less per week during the time they are completing their field practicum. COMMUNICATION You will be contacted through your eagles.usi.edu email account with important information. It is your responsibility to check this account frequently for information (several times per week) for instructions related to your field placement. AS FT FALL 2018 FIELD: AUGUST 20- DECEMBER 21 SPRING 2019 FIELD: JANUARY 2- APRIL 24 When do I start my field placement? You should arrange to start your fall field placement the week of August 20. Schedule Once you arrange your schedule with your agency, STICK TO IT! Remember, this is a field
placement, Not a volunteer activity Agency Field Supervisor and Task Supervisor Your Agency Field Supervisor is the Social Worker you are assigned to. You may also have a Task Supervisor at that agency Faculty Field Liaison This is the person who teaches your seminar class and conducts the mid term and final evaluations. He/she also liaises with your agency and Field Supervisor and/or Task Supervisor Do I have to attend Seminar Class? Yes, it is required to attend all seminar classes This article is a good read for field students http://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/field-placement/8-tips-for-new-social-work-int erns/ AS PT You will be contacted in November to begin the Field Process.
The application will be emailed in November 2018. Once the new ASFT cohort is accepted, your placement process will begin. QUESTION & ANSWER MSW Program Contacts Dr. Jay Dickerson, MSW Program Director [email protected] 812.461.5243 Kayla Fein, MSW Graduate Assistant [email protected] 812.461.5467 DISMISSAL Please complete the Self-Efficacy Questionnaire and turn it in before leaving.
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