La maestría en trabajo social (MSW) bilingüe en español es un programa que prepara a los estudiantes a obtener las destrezas y conocimientos para responder a las necesidades de salud mental de las comunidades latinas.
Ready for the holidays? It’s that time of the year, Christmas is around the corner. Most of us are lucky enough to participate in the gift-giving tradition, but let’s be honest, we are usually concerned if whether this special ‘thing’ we pick is meaningful and unique to our loved ones. Yet, it is easy to ... Read more
School-based Health Center: Loyola University Chicago-School of Nursing and Proviso High School Video from the Illinois Terrorism Task Force: Mental Health & School Violence 0:00 – 4:26 min Dr. Diana Hackbarth ITIE Ambassador, describes the preventive, holistic work of the school health center, unifying services for the well-being of the students and the school community. Thanks ... Read more
We are pleased to offer a full curriculum of Continuing Education offerings for the Fall. Featured programs include Social Worker Malpractice, This Is Us: Generational Effects of Pain, Trauma, and Addiction in Families, Grant Writing, and Nurturing Yourself as you Nurture Others. In addition, we are offering two Alumni Networking Events.
Learn more about how you can earn your CEU’s this fall! For full detail visit the Continuing Education Workshops Page: www.luc.edu/socialwork/licensure-continuing-ed/conferences-workshops READ MORE
LUC School of Social Work faculty, current students and alum travelled to South Africa on June, 2018 to take part of the international event. Poster presentations, workshops and dinners were part of the agenda. The location was quite unique, the famous Kruger National Park. DETAILS
The Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018(SWSD)was held in Dublin, Ireland on July, 2018. Dr. Shirley Simon and Dr. Terri Kilbane presentation topic was on Status of Group Work Education in Masters-Level Social Work Education: Survey Findings and Implications.
In June 27-30, 2018, Dr. Michael Dentato presented in Amsterdam, Netherlands on the important role of utilizing the SBIRT model to assess for substance use among LGBTQ youth, as well as two panel presentations on mental health treatment and care for LGBT clients with colleagues from Rutgers University, University of Toronto, Barry University and Arizona State University. READ MORE
Voting is central to social work’s values and social justice mission. Gives individuals and communities the power to voice their opinions and effect change. Non-partisan voter registration, education and outreach are legal, ethical and professional. DETAILS