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Intersectionality and Social Determinants of Health (7 hours)

May 22, 2024 - May 25, 2024

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Full course description

May 22-24, 2024

Clinical Supervision: Intersectionality and Social Determinants of Health, is a NEW online 7-hour training that can be used to fulfill the Virginia Board of Social Work’s requirement for Licensed Clinical Social Workers to provide clinical supervision to social workers pursuing their LCSW. 

The course will be open to participants for three days, and there will be one required synchronous Zoom session (a two-hour duration) during that week for review and discussion.

Required Zoom Session:
Friday, May 24 | 3:00p - 5:00p ET 

Topics covered:

  • Virginia Board of Social Work regulations
  • The supervisory relationship & the impact of harmful supervision
  • Social Determinants of Health: Introduction to SDH, how to address SDH & how to assess SDH
  • Intersectionality: Introduction, how to apply intersectionality to supervision & key concepts of intersectionality on clinical supervision

Are you a Longwood alumni?  Before you register, email professionalstudies@longwood.edu to request a promo code for a $15.00 discount.

Questions? Please contact Teresa Reynolds, LCSW: reynoldstb@longwood.edu or Shayla Walker, LCSW: walkerse4@longwood.edu