Continuing Education Presenter Information

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Currently Seeking Professional Educational Instructors

The Office of Continuing Education is seeking experienced professional education instructors in the social work, professional counseling, and marriage and family therapy fields. We strive to provide the best resources for the helping professionals community of Pennsylvania and New York states.  This includes working with a diverse group of CE instructors. 

New Instructors: If you have experience and are interested in developing and presenting workshops on the topics listed below, please make sure to fill out a trainer application which can be found here: CE Instructor Application

Returning Instructors: If you would like to come back and and instruct another workshop for us, then you will need to download and complete the Proposal Submission Form and email it to 

We are currently seeking CE instructors for the following subject matter areas:

General Social Work Areas:

  • Reproductive rights - access to abortion care as a human/social rights issue
  • Macro social work content
    • Policy, advocacy, community development, nonprofit management etc.
  • Gender affirming care
  • Alternative family structures
  • Human sexuality
  • Racism, white supremacy, intersectionality, etc. as related to social work topics
  • Substance Use Disorder
  • Evidence based practices
  • Ethics
  • Suicide prevention
  • Aging/Death and Dying
  • Family Systems Theory (MFT)
  • Topics around Neurodivergence
    • Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and more
  • Rape & Sexual Assault
  • Family Violence
  • Political Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Immigrants
  • Body Positivity - Health at Every Size
  • Gun Violence
  • Marital Rape
  • Grieving the Loss of a Child or Coworker

Course content we are NOT able to offer at this time (due to already having content in these area) would include:

  • Mindfulness/Meditation 
  • Yoga for Trauma
  • Compassion Fatigue/Self-care
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • The Intersection of Race and Trauma
  • Trauma and PTSD