Instructors: Renee Rawcliffe
Dates: Mondays- May 7, 14, & 21 & June 4, 11 & 18
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Course Code: SWEXLMSW/1
In order to pass the LMSW exam you need to know more than the content covered on the course
Book Needed for Course: Social Work ASWB, Masters Exam Guide: A Comprehensive Study Guide for Success, 1st Edition, IBSN: 13978-082-6172037
Note: test preparation is not a New York
State-approved continuing education topic.
About the Instructor:
Renee M. Rawcliffe, LMSW, (Fordham University) has been practicing social work for the last 20 years, primarily in the New York City non-profit disaster response and recovery arena. Renee currently serves as the Field Education Coordinator for a large NGO, and provides placement, clinical supervision and curriculum design to MSW students. Working for an agency that also provides long term recovery to disaster survivors, Renee is known in the sector for her responsive, engaging trainings that have been designed specifically for disaster recovery workers. Renee has provided consultation and support to numerous Voluntary Organizations responding to disasters, specifically around issues of staff training and supervision. Renee was certified in 2012 by the National Council for Behavioral Health to teach Mental Health First Aid for Youth, Adults, First Responders and the Higher Education community, and provides ongoing instruction throughout the human service sector in these modalities. Renee is an adjunct instructor at SocialWork@Simmons (Simmons College online MSW program), and teaches Social Work Practice I and II, and Advanced Clinical Practice. Renee also served as a field liaison for the College. Renee’s clinical social work practice is rooted in trauma informed care, and her broad experience in program design, and implementation, have been recognized both locally and nationally. Renee spends her free time as close to the salty sea air as possible, with her husband Jason, and daughters Julia and Rosie.
PHONE REGISTRATION: (212) 650-3850
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE COURSE: (212) 396-7619