Acing the Test to Drop the A:
Helpful hints when transitioning from a LCSWA to LCSW
This workshop is the evidence of a long conversation between two cohorts. This workshop began as a conversation, that transitioned into great ideas and blossomed into a great CEU workshop!
As previous LCSWA's we know the hard work that is placed into blossoming into a fully licensed LCSW. That is why we created this workshop! Acing the test to drop the A, isn't all about passing the ASWB clinical exam, it's about passing the test of being a LCSWA who successfully and graciously becomes an LCSW. In this workshop you will be provided information, encouragement and other helpful hints that can be used while pursuing your license; specifically study tools, guidance tools and support tools! This workshop is approved and endorsed by NASW-NC for 3 hours of CE, & offered virtually in google classroom. This is an opportunity you cannot beat! The road to becoming an LCSW is not an easy feat, register for our workshop to add some tips to your survival kit as you embark on this rewarding journey.
Meet The Presenters
Richelle Smallwood, MSW, LCSW, BC-TMH
The owner and sole clinician of Providential Care: Center for Mental wellness located in Williamston, NC. She is a Licensed Clinical Social worker and self-published author. She has combined her love of mental health awareness, self-esteem building and writing in order to inspire and encourage others to live life in full bloom. Richelle specializes in working with children, adolescents and young adults. She is a rostered clinician through the NC Child Treatment Program for Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS). She is also in the process of being certified to provide Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Richelle is also a board certified telemental health provider. Richelle is passionate about providing care for those who have experienced chronic stress and trauma. She is also passionate about helping others build their self-esteem. She has developed a self-esteem program for adolescent females with self esteem issues. When Richelle is not providing therapy, she is writing. She has self-published five books. Her books are: Lost and Found: Journey to Self-Discovery The Color Thief Small Frye: Alexandra’s Giant Dreams Lost and Found: Self Esteem Workbook Be Brave (now all available on Amazon).
Whitney Smith Johnson MSW, LCSW
The owner of Your Business CCC llc and private practice in Ahoskie, NC and Suffolk, VA. She's a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, mother, wife & author. She has a allowed her great desire of community development, advocacy and administration to drive her to open a business consulting firm targeting Mental Health Providers. She was the clinical program manager for a multi-state behavioral health community agency. She clinically supported over 7 NC Medicaid programs. Therefore, gaining knowledge of many different NC MH programs, and how to clinically support over 15 mental health staff members. She is an accredited Triple P practitioner for parents and youth. Also an accredited DLA-20 trainer, by MTM Services and the National Council for Behavioral Health. She has assisted with CARF Accreditation to several small mental health community agencies and one large community agency. She has functioned in many different capacities as a social worker, but has flourished in social work community development and administration. She has written and secured grants for businesses, while securing many operational grants for her business. Her desire is to increase ethical operation of local, state and nationwide behavioral health facilities.
Below you'll find the most recent information about the next upcoming workshop date.
Workshop Fee: $30.00
Payment options: Paypal,
(Pay to: Richelle Smallwood, mailed to: PO Box 30 WIlliamston NC 27892)