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National Organization of Forensic Social Work Conference

15 - 18 Jun 2021 New Date Reminder
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, USA
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The National Organization of Forensic Social Work Conference goal is to support the professional development of our members by constructing and maintaining forensic standards and best practices, producing quality materials for interdisciplinary forensic education and practice, and advocating for court-involved children, youth, adults, and families.


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09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Participants

100 - 500
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Based on previous editions

Category & Type

Conference
Wellness, Health & Fitness

Editions

Jun 2021
+3 more editions

Frequency Annual
Next edition likely in Jun 2022

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New York, USA25 - 27 Jul 2014

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Courtney Brown

Courtney Brown

Coordinator at Avenues Recovery Centers

Slidell, United States
Heather Edge

Heather Edge

Social Worker at Washington Regional Medical Center

Fayetteville, United States
Randi Fowler

Randi Fowler

Sole Proprietor at MDCPS

Picayune, United States
Erin

Erin

Psychotherapist at Guided Wellness

Pleasant Prairie, United States
Jessica Strange

Jessica Strange

Social Worker at Goodwill Industries of SELA

New Orleans, United States
Liphete Dooney11

Liphete Dooney11

New Orleans, United States
David Thomas

David Thomas

Peachtree Corners, United States

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It takes courage to build interdisciplinary bridges that link the past and present to the future. The nexus between social work and the law is one such bridge, a connection between the state of social justice now and what it could be. At the forefront of social change for children, families, older adults and communities, in criminal and civil law contexts, is forensic social work. In direct practice settings as well as leading macro level initiatives, culturally competent and ethical forensic practice serves as a model for the kind of change that lies at the heart of what EVERY forensic practitioner aspires to and forms the foundation of what we value.

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