Clinical Resources

Clinical social work is a specialty practice area of social work which focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illness, emotional, and other behavioral disturbances.

In the state of New Jersey, clinical social workers in independent practice are required to be Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW).

Clinical social workers perform services in a variety of settings including private practice, hospitals, community mental health, primary care, and agencies. Social workers have a responsibility to their clients to be knowledgeable and qualified in their field of practice. Belonging to NASW, and becoming familiar with the support and resources offered to you, helps you to serve your clients more efficiently.

NASW offers a free private practice Q&A session for members monthly, a HIPAA toolkit containing sample policies and forms adaptable to a specific social work practice setting, and many other useful tools and resources available at your fingertips.

Clinical Supervision Course

Serving as a clinical supervisor for other social workers is an incredible way to both support the next generation of social worker and create revenue streams for your private practice.  In order to become a clinical supervisor in New Jersey, you are required to complete a clinical supervision course (CSC) and following the guidelines The course is three days and includes fundamentals, ethics and legal issues as well as cultural competency as a supervisor.  We offer the training several times a year at various locations throughout the state. 

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What does it Cost?

We're proud of our courses and strive to give you the best experience as you prepare to become a clinical supervisor.  After completion of our course, members are eligible to be listed in our online clinical supervisor directory at no charge--giving you a great way to grow your business!

Member Price: $350

Non-Member Price: $425

Enroll Today!