The nature of case management services varies widely, yet there are core values and fundamental components to which all case managers should adhere. Using the National Association of Social Worker’s (NASW) Standards for Case Management as a guiding vision, this training offers new case managers an opportunity to learn fundamental concepts of a helping relationship with a focus on strength-based and person-centered services. The training offers an overview of the ethics and values of case management and builds a foundation for effectively working in health and human services. It also offers skills and strategies for establishing professional boundaries and explores the most current trends in behavioral health, including wellness as a guiding vision. Attendees will leave the training with a better understanding of the role of case management.

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