SSWAA's Webinar Series

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Following is SSWAA's Webinar schedule for Spring 2021. All webinars are available to SSWAA members and/or non-members.  As one of our member benefits, full and premier members receive a discount on webinar rates. 

*Note: Webinars must be purchased in advance of the webinar airing. Registrations will close at 12:00 PM Eastern the day before the webinar to ensure a smooth event.


SSWAA certainly hopes you will attend the live webinar – The best way to receive the webinar information and interact with the presenter and other attendees is through the live format. CEUs will be given for LIVE attendance at the webinars listed below. SSWAA is working on making recorded content available at a later date.  

Please note: 

  • CEUs will be available for anyone who attends and completes the entire LIVE webinar. 

  • Webinars must be attended LIVE and evaluations completed to receive CEUs.

  • CEU certificates for webinars will be sent by email within 30 days of the webinar. 

  • SSWAA is working to make recorded content available later in the spring and a different registration will be offered at that time. Individuals who watch the recorded content will need to complete a post-test & evaluation to receive CEUs.



After you pay for your webinar, you will receive an email with instructions on registering with Go to Webinar. You must register with Go To Webinar in order to receive the web link for the live session.  Follow directions and link on your confirmation email.



2020 SPRING LIVE Webinars

  • Wednesday, January 20

    2:00-3:00 PM EST

    Let's Talk About Autism: Supporting Students and Families During COVID-19 School Closures


    Jami Imhof, MSW, LCSW-C

  • Tuesday, March 16

    1:00-2:00 PM EST

    Creating a Culture of Equity: School Social Workers, Advocacy, and Professional Ethics

    Presenter Panel:

    Leticia Villarreal Sosa

  • Thursday, April 8

    1:00-2:00 PM EST

    Stay Sleep or Get Woke: Leading Anti-Racist Assessment & Action in Schools


    Dr. Andrew Brake

    Dr. Carolyn Curtis

    Tynisha Jointer

  • Wednesday, April 14

    5:00-6:00 PM EST

    Ethical Record-keeping in the Internet Age (Part 1)


    Dr. Tory Cox

    M. Annette Clayton

    Rachel Meffe

  • Wednesday, May 12

    5:00 PM-6:00 PM EST

    Ethical Record-keeping in the Internet Age (Part 2)


    Dr. Tory Cox

    M. Annette Clayton

    Rachel Meffe


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The School Social Work Association of America empowers school social workers and promotes the profession to enhance the social and emotional growth and academic outcomes of all students nationally and globally.

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