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2 CE's-- Rosita Mazzi is a social worker from Italy and wants to share information from her work with social workers in the U.S. Rosita will be presenting on her work in Italy related to substance abuse and her research.

8/7/2014
When: 8/7/2014
5-8 pm
Where: NASW-PA Chapter Office
425 N. 21st St
Suite 401
Camp Hill, PA  17011
Contact: Staff
717-232-4125


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NASW-PA is pleased to offer an exciting educational opportunity for social workers.  Please join us at the Chapter office next Thursday, 8/7/14 from 5pm to 8pm to meet our colleague from Italy that is visiting the United States. 

Rosita Mazzi is a social worker from Italy and wants to share information from her work with social workers in the U.S. NASW would like to thank Linda Grobman, MSW, LSW of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER and NASW member for creating this opportunity. Linda will also introduce Rosita.  Rosita will be presenting on her work in Italy related to substance abuse and her research. The program will run from 5pm to 8pm. The event is free for NASW members and only $10 for non-members.  2 CEU’s will be provided along with light refreshments.

 

5pm to 6pm:   Refreshments and networking, chance to interaction with Rosita and learn about social work in Italy

6pm to 8pm:   Educational program on substance abuse treatment in Italy, followed by questions and answers.

 

Program description: 

 

By walking we make the path (Lao Tszu)
Strategies of Family Therapy  for patients with drug addiction 
by Rosita Mazzi

The aim of  this research is not to turn upside down the rules of the field of social work theory. Topic of this research is the methodology of social worker intervention with patients with a drug addiction problem and their families. If we consider a family as a system (an idea consolidate in Italy in the public services), we suggest the use of specific tools to investigate and understand family distress when one of its members has a problem of drug addiction. Moreover, we explore methods and techniques to help us to involve the patient’s family members in the therapy.

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