Provider of the 6-hour Continuing Education Workshop for Social Workers
Understanding Cultural Intergenerational Trauma:
A Case Study on African Americans
A new perspective of the African American experience
Engaging you to empower others
Cutting Edge Continuing Education is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), provider #5178.
Social workers in Illinois and Missouri will receive six continuing education clock hours upon completion of this course. A certificate of attendance will be awarded at the end of the program.
Cutting Edge Continuing Education LLC maintains responsibility for the program.
P.O. Box 11214, Clayton, MO 63105
Cutting Edge Continuing Education LLC offers the best practices in its delivery of customized cutting-edge educational courses, workshops, seminars, and retreats for its diverse clients in the workplace.
Our blueprint for success is to provide every client with the necessary tools and resources to work and communicate effectively. We develop world-class training for our clients to help them achieve success in the workplace. We provide exceptional, compassionate services to a diverse pool of clients.
Cutting Edge Continuing Education LLC has a breadth of experience in creating and presenting professional development programs for social workers, psychologists, case workers, counselors, administrators, and practitioners. The outcome of the workshop can be deeply rewarding knowledge for social workers in understanding the roots of present intergenerational legacies and multigenerational trauma and adaptive behaviors.
Our curriculum is based on 20 years of the evidence-based research, teachings, and writings of Howard Denson, a Harvard M.B.A. and creator of the Transformational Agenda Retreat.
Mr. Denson will be joined by a credentialed LCSW and/or LMSW social worker who will highlight social pedagogical theory and practice.
In essence, Cutting Edge Continuing Education LLC is concerned with the well-being, learning, and growth of both social worker and client.