ASWB Exam Panel for tips, planning and preparation for the MI social work licensure exam

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Date: June 10, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Category: Special Event

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Social workers can be found in every facet of society working with individuals, families, organizations and communities. Many of these positions require licensure by the state and preparing for the exam can be a daunting task involving months of study. In an effort to support our social work community on their journey to licensure, the Wayne State University School of Social Work invites you to attend "ASWB Exam Panel for tips, planning and preparation for the MI social work licensure exam". 

The panel will include WSU School of Social Work alum, all of whom have passed the clinical exam and will share their experience prepping for and passing the licensure exam: 

  • Sara Berlin, MSW '20 - School Social Worker, Detroit Public Schools Community District. Berlin has worked with children K-12 in multiple settings. Her specialty is children with trauma and emotional impairments and currently works at a school in special education, consisting mostly of social-emotional learning and assessments.  
  • Carolyn Chambers, MSW '17 - Clinical Therapist, Macomb Family Services. As a clinical social worker, Chambers has worked in community mental health with adults, inpatient psychiatric with adults and children, and outpatient counseling with adults and children. 
  • Lawrence Robinson Jr., MSW '18 - Academic Advisor II, Wayne State University School of Social Work. Since earning his MSW degree in May 2018, Robinson has conducted counseling on the collegiate and K-12 levels and has provided psychotherapy services to youth and families. 
  • Jeffrey Williams, MSW '16 - Assistant Director of Mental Health and Wellness, University of Tennessee Athletic Department. Williams gained a great deal of clinical experience through community mental health, private practice and as a school social worker.  Williams has provided individual, family, and group therapy and currently provides mental health services to college athletes. 

Please complete the RSVP to obtain the Zoom link. 

Contact

WSU Social Work Office of Admissions and Student Services
313-577-4409
sswadmissions@wayne.edu

Cost

Free
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