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The privileges and perils of private practice-one practitioners notes from the field (1 CE)
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When: Monday, January 27, 2020
From 12-1pm
Where: Baraga Place
129 W. Baraga Street
Marquette 49855
United States
Contact: Shelley Ovink

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You are invited to the next Region 1 NASW-Michigan meeting (and brown bag lunch) presentation titled

"The Privileges and Perils of Private Practice-one practitioners notes from the field" by Wendi Greer LMSW.

Please feel free to invite others who may have an interest in the subject. 1 Social Work CE will be offered free to NASW members ($10 for nonmembers).  CE may also be used for MCBAP.

Comments or questions, or to RSVP, Shelley at dvip-mqt@hotmail.com or Judy at judkrause@aol.com

Monday, January 27, 2020
Noon -1 PM
Community Meeting Room at Baraga Place
129 W. Baraga Ave. Marquette
(Enter double doors, 1st left towards back of hall, then a right at the stairs)   

 

A short discussion of my individual approach that has lead to 19 years of successful private practice. Sharing the joys and pitfalls of managing the practice of self-care and the parameters for clients in an outpatient setting in a rural area. Navigating the scope of practice, social media policy and the client-therapist relationship and setting expectations for availability that protect the therapist from burn-out and the clients from unreasonable expectations. Discussing models for practice paperwork.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Creating an individual model of quality care.

2. Understanding how a non-traditional approach to business that puts individuals ’care first leads to a successful practice.

3.Leaarning to manage and address the perils of life as an independent practitioner

 

Presenter: Wendi J. Greer, LMSW. Wendi has been a licensed clinical social worker since 1992 and in private practice for the past 19 years. Her specialties have included grief counseling, domestic violence education and advocacy, depression, anxiety, transgender/LGBTQ issues, children’s trauma and other mental health challenges of children adolescent and adults.

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