The Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work’s LMSW Committee is dedicated to helping new Master’s Level Social Workers in the Mental Health field in Georgia. We know that it can be difficult to navigate the process of becoming a clinical social worker, so we formed the LMSW Committee to help new social workers with licensure and professional development.
We have several programs which will be helpful to you including mentoring, networking events, and low cost supervision. We hope all students and new professionals will take advantage of our programs, and that you will see the advantages of joining GSCSW if you are not already a member. For more information about joining GSCSW please click here.
Our Mentorship committee and LMSW committee have come together to plan a series of new, fresh gatherings for our membership. These gatherings will liken to the idea of a salon. Wikipedia defines salon as a gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, held partly to amuse one another and partly to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation.
Starting in January 2011 we began hosting quarterly informal gatherings offering conversation, collective wisdom, and knowledge. Our goal is to bring together some of the seasoned clinicians among our membership along with members at any point along their professional journey for an informal sharing of ideas. Bring your questions and your curiosity.
Looking for a job?
Searching for a job in a new career or new city can often be stressful and overwhelming. GSCSW is a great resource when you are looking for a clinical social work job in the Atlanta Metro area. We have events for networking, mentors, and other resources that can be helpful in this process. Click here for hints.
Want to learn more and plug in?
Interested in learning more and plugging in? Get connected with local social workers like you at one of our meetings, mentorship nights, a salon or other networking events! Check out our calendar of events here
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