October 6, 2017 Missed Diagnosis and Failed Treatment Opportunities: Why Clinicians Should Know about Invisible Autism in Adults Event Dena Gassner will discuss missed diagnosis and failed treatment opportunities of autistic patients.
Henry A. Wallace Center at FDR Library
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY 12538
Friday, October 6
9:00 . to 4:00 .
October 13, 2017 The Traumatic Impact of Immigration Policy Upon Clinical and Fieldwork Practice Event Learn how schools and communities programs can effectively engage immigrant children and immigrant families.
Adelphi Manhattan Center
75 Varick Street, Suite 200
New York, NY 10013 Friday, October 13
9:00 . to 4:00 . » View More Events
Concentration in Bilingual/Bicultural Clinical Practice (Albuquerque campus only)
The bilingual/bicultural concentration prepares students to be culturally and linguistically competent social workers to work directly with Spanish speaking populations of New Mexico and the Southwest. The curriculum immerses students in the Spanish language so they obtain necessary social work skills, values and ethical principles in order to serve monolingual Spanish speaking clients. The concentration prepares students for advanced practice through a unique bilingual/bicultural classroom setting and practicum placement whereby students are engaged in Spanish language application and interaction with peers, families and individuals. This concentration offers clinical skills and knowledge applicable to a wide variety of populations, with a special focus on serving Spanish speaking persons. Spoken Spanish is a focus; reading and writing is done in English. Certain classes are taught in Spanish-only. Conversational Spanish is required for this program.