Association News: Vol. 29 No. 6

  • December 19, 2019

    Association Asides, November/December 2019

  • December 19, 2019
    Getting business done

    All delegates came prepared to represent their jurisdictions in business matters before the assembly. In addition to electing members to the 2020 Board of Directors and the 2020 Nominating Committee, delegates voted on proposed amendments to the ASWB bylaws and later participated in a strategic discussion related to the announcement of CEO Mary Jo Monahan’s […]

  • As I mentioned at the annual meeting, I had never put the name Mary Jo Monahan in the same sentence with the word retirement! I have always enjoyed and have been proud of my work life as a social worker. Each position I held was my favorite position at that time, and it has been a […]

  • December 19, 2019
    Decades of excellence

    Contributor Award The Contributor Award—given this year for the first time—went to Frederic G. Reamer, Ph.D. “What a career!” ASWB President Tim Brown said upon presenting Reamer with the award. A professor in the graduate program of the Rhode Island College School of Social Work since 1983, Reamer has had, according to Brown, “…an exceptional […]

  • Typically, this license is issued to social workers with an MSW who are in the process of acquiring experience and supervision hours toward earning their Clinical license. The law goes into effect January 2021. According to ASWB Policy 2.1, “The Clinical exam has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that […]

  • The election process at the Annual Meeting of the Delegate Assembly, complete with runoffs and ties, was the first real nail-biter in years for ASWB delegates, though there were no hanging chads in this Florida election. The electronic voting process kicked off on Saturday morning with Jennifer Henkel’s popular tutorial on using the keypads provided […]

  • Like a Classical Greek labyrinth, research is full of intricate passageways and blind alleys. Venturing into this maze will reveal ideas that lead to tantalizing places and ideas that lead to anticipated outcomes that support regulatory best practices. Threading the regulatory research maze began at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Delegate Assembly. Jennifer Henkel, […]