Social Work Licensure Lunch and Learn Series Registration

This ten-week series will support social workers' preparation for taking the licensing examination. Participants will leave the course with a greater understanding themselves as effective learners, setting goals, and strengthening time management and study skills while developing a greater awareness of the factors that influence success and the habits that can support it. Through discussions and activities, each social worker will review exam content and leave with connections to create a study group and access to our exclusive WSU Social Work Licensure Exam Hub resources available on Canvas.

These virtual sessions will take place on Fridays from 12:30 – 1:30 pm EST on Zoom from January 13, 2022 - March 17, 2023. This series will cover the following topics:

  • Learning, goals and managing stress by WSU Academic Success Center staff and Social Work faculty
    • Week 1, January 13, 2023: What do you know and how well you know it
    • Week 2, January 20, 2023: Study strategies
    • Week 3, January 27, 2023: Understanding examination questions, and connecting exam questions to content areas
    • Week 4, February 3, 2023 : Performance stress and anxiety management
  • Clinical Exam Content Refresher by WSU Social Work faculty
    • Week 5, February 10, 2023: Human development, diversity, and behavior in the environment
    • Week 6, February 17, 2023: Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning
    • Week 7, February 24, 2023: Psychotherapy, clinical interventions, and case management
    • Week 8, March 3, 2023: Professional values and ethics
  • Wrap-Up by licensure mentors and WSU Social Work faculty
    • Week 9, March 10, 2023: How to Develop Study Groups
    • Week 10, March 17, 2023: Next Steps and Asynchronous Learning Options

Additional information can be found on the Social Work Licensure Exam Support webpage.

For more information on social work licensure support resources or to be put on a waiting list for the Lunch and Learn Series contact Kim Easley at

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