Private Practice Action Work Group (PPAWG) Meeting | NASW-NYS Special Interest Groups
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in New York State, there are many challenges that are encountered as psychotherapists and business owners.
- What do you like and dislike about being in private practice?
- Do you like helping your clients and watching them grow?
- How do you deal with the isolation?
- Do you need a place to discuss changing laws and guidelines?
Look no further! The mission of the NASW-NYS Private Practice Action Workgroup (PPAWG) is to work collaboratively as one to discuss, advocate and problem solve professional concerns related to treating clients/patients in a private practice setting through professional support and as a unified group in order to promote change. Whether you have a desire to learn about concerns related to private practice, or work as a private practitioner, you are welcome to join us.
Special Interest Groups (SIG) are member-led networks of social workers across New York State and beyond, connecting like-minded social workers on topics, practice areas, client populations, and other common interests for the purpose of sharing resources, and further developing support systems through the New York State Chapter.
Members of the New York State Chapter may facilitate a Special Interest Group. ALL social workers benefit from the activities of these groups, and are welcome to join us at any upcoming meeting.