My Journey with the NASW in My Mission to Require Antiracism Training for Social Workers
I have been asked to write about my experience and impressions in working with the NASW MA Chapter regarding my mission to support therapists in learning how to do the work of antiracism in the therapy room. My goal is to require social workers be trained in an immersive, year-long model of 18 CEs in anti-racism education over a two-year period of licensure requirements, followed by 6 CEs in subsequent two-year licensing cycles. My effort, thus far in the spirit of collaboration with my own member organization of the NASW MA Chapter, has been met with lukewarm interest, at best. Perhaps it’s my approach? Perhaps not. To answer this question, it’s important to address events in a historical context.
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