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Where do we go from here? Ethics and the future of the Social Work profession

2013 Ethics Conference Speaker

2013 Ethics Conference Speaker

Come join Gregory Perkins at the 2013 Ethics Conference where we will engage in discussion about the social work profession and the challenges that may be encountered with the changing dynamics of individual practitioners . Topics will include current/ future trends and practical management concepts for the profession.

Today is the last day for early bird registration!  Take advantage and register today!  Click here to register.

Gregory E. Perkins, MSW, Ed.D., Dip, CCFC, CCJTS, ACSW, LAPSW  has clinical practice and management experiences in social work as a mental health provider. He has presented extensively at the local and state levels.  Dr. Perkins has also made presentations at two national research conferences focusing on the needs of at-risk youth and their families. He has been a social work educator since 2006, teaching across the curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Currently, he serves as the Assistant Department Chair, Fayetteville State University Department of Social Work.

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