Spring Continuing Education Event

“Working with Students Who Have Mental Health Challenges”

Hosted by Augsburg College Department of Social Work

Friday, March 31, 9am to 11am, Augsburg Room, Christensen Center, Augsburg College, Minneapolis 

Beth Carlson, Assistant Director of the Center for Wellness and Counseling, and Sheila Fox Wassink, Disability Specialist from the Center for Learning and Adaptive Student Services (CLASS), will be co-presenting with Melissa Hensley, Ph.D., LISW.

We’ll be talking about strategies that field instructors and task supervisors can use to ensure a successful field experience as well as on- and off-campus resources that students and field instructors can use.

This is a 2 CEU event.

Please register here, thanks! 




Advanced Workshop 6.5 CEU’s, led by graduate of Augsburg’s MSW program

Michael Borowiak, MSW, LICSW,

Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way: Advanced Strategies for Working with Highly Distressed Couples

February 10, 2017

Advanced Workshop 6.5 CEU’s

Couples with high levels of distress create significant challenges that may overwhelm and compromise the effectiveness of mental health practitioners. Through interactive methods participants will identify common pitfalls and dilemmas faced when treating highly distressed couples. The importance of therapeutic leadership will be discussed and analyzed through the context of several case studies.
Michael Borowiak, MSW, LICSW
When: Friday February 10, 2017
9AM until 4:30PM
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University of MN Continuing Education Conference Center
1890 Buford Ave
St. Paul, Minnesota  55108
United States
Presenter: Michael Borowiak, MSW, LICSW: Traverse Counseling and Consulting, GBC
Contact: NASW MN