The next CSWA-S monthly lunch and learn will be on Wednesday October 25th from 11:30-1:00pm at St. Leo University, 7426 Hodgson Memorial Drive. Networking and sign in will be from 11:30-12 and presentations will run from 12-1. Thanks to our wonderful partnership with St. Leo University, lunch will be provided! 

Amelia Castilian-Moore, LMSW will present on the topic of disability services in the university environment. She is the current Coordinator of Disability Services Armstrong State University with many years of experience with this population. She is currently part of teh Psychological First Aid Team at ASU and on the board of LIFE Livinging Independence for Everyone.


As colleges throughout the region and the nation address the needs of an increasingly diverse student population, issues related to disability are increasing in number and complexity.  Mental health clinicians in colleges and the surrounding communities need to know about the issues that have an impact on their clients and they need to know about available resources in order to effectively work with all students.

This presentation will allow mental health clinicians at colleges and in the community to discuss this topic and share information so that these students may be better served.

Register by email to:  Katie Adams,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CEU - Member free

CEU - non-member $10



Join us for lunch, Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. at Coastal Georgia Center in Savannah for the Annual Legislative Luncheon.


The event is free but lunch is available for $20 and will consist of either a turkey sandwich, ham sandwich, or tuna sandwich. All lunches will include a side salad and a cookie. You must pre-register and pay for lunch by November 1, 2017.

One CEU will be provided for professional members and a certificate of attendance will be provided for student members. There are registration links according to your current CSWA-S status.

Topic: Collaborative Relationships with Government Agencies – Serving those with Mental Illness

Speaker: Maureen McFadden LCSW

Meet your Legislators and share your concerns !


You may register here.

September 2017 Lunch & Learn: Wednesday, September 27th, 11:30am-1:00pm at Candler Hospital, Marsh Auditorium 


From Eating Disorder to Eating Recovery: How to recognize problematic eating in clients


Clinicians will learn the DSM-V criteria of diagnosing the primary eating disorder diagnoses most commonly seen in practice settings. The lecture will provide clinicians with a basic working knowledge of recognizing early warnings signs of an eating disorder in adolescents as well as symptoms commonly presented in adulthood. Practice considerations will also be discussed such as scope of practice and competency for clinicians, appropriate referrals to address the needs of clients with problematic eating behaviors, as well as community resources available in our local area.


Speaker Bios:

    • Mieke Kramer, LPC is the CEO and Clinical Director of both Solstice Point Counseling and Thrive Adolescent Recovery. She serves clients ages 11yo and older with a primary diagnoses of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa at both agencies. Solstice Point Counseling provides individual and group counseling for adults working toward eating recovery. Her program at Thrive focuses on the needs of adolescents living with eating disorders which includes individual, group, and family sessions. Having recovered from her own eating disorder, Mieke is passionate about helping others find hope and healing in their Eating Recovery.
    • Madeleine Shaver, LCSW, MAC works in a private practice setting specializing in eating disorders and chemical dependency. Treatment in these areas also focus on resolving underlying trauma and subsequent codependency issues. She provides psychotherapy for those seeking a new way to live in recovery in these identified specialty areas. Her practice offers group therapy for women with Binge Eating Disorder or who have problematic over-eating patterns. Madeleine shares a passion in helping others understand their relationship with food as well as finding freedom through Eating Recovery.

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