The CSWA-S 2016 Legislative Lunch will occur on Tuesday September 20 from 11-1 at the Coastal Georgia Center. The topics presented will be Education and Human Trafficking. Paul Fisher of the Savannah Early Childhood Foundation (SECF) will be presenting on Education and Nancy Uvyeges, a victims advocate from the FBI office in Savannah will be representing Savannah Working Against Human Trafficking (SWAHT) and will be speaking on Human Trafficking. Dr. Otis Johnson will provide introductory remarks.  

The event is free but lunch is available for $15 and will consist of either a turkey wrap, turkey sandwich, Mediterranean veggie wrap, or Mediterranean veggie sandwich. All lunches will include a side salad and a cookie. You must pre-register and pay for lunch by September 1, 2016.

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.

You may register here!

Hello everyone, we just found out about this ethics/telemental health event when Ray reached out to us to offer a discount.  If you haven't already gotten your ethics or telemental health, you should check this out:
The deadline for license renewal is approaching.
With the CSWA – S membership you can get a discount on CE events.
Members can receive a 20% discount on the Telemental Health Counseling Essentials and Ethics course being held on 6/20/16, at the Armstrong State University campus.  You can also take this course online.
This course will provide you 7.5 ethics CE hours, which also satisfies the new Telemental Health Rule standard.
To register visit:  , or call Raymond Barrett, LPC, DCC at 678-723-8077
As a member you can also use this discount to take the full Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) training simply by taking the “Beyond Essentials” course online following the live course.