Social Work Education

Spirituality and religion have gained increasing recognition as an important topic for social workers' education in the past 15 years. The Council on Social Work Education expects educational programs to prepare students to respect religious diversity and to understand spiritual development. Explore this section for resources that can help social work educators address spirituality and religion in regular courses and continuing education of social workers.

 


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