Social Work Examiners
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Social Work Examiners: Overview
The Board of Social Work Examiners regulates the practice of social work through the licensure of three different levels of practice.
Social work is a professional service that uses social resources, social systems, and human capabilities to effect change in human behavior, emotional responses, and social conditions.
Clinical social workers assess, diagnose, and treat, using psychotherapy and counseling. Clinical social workers also provide client-centered advocacy, consultation, and evaluation.
The board assures continued professional competence by requiring all licensed social workers to obtain fifteen hours of continuing education annually. The board also investigates complaints from the public about unprofessional or unethical conduct, and takes disciplinary action when required.
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Loan Repayment Program
- The purpose of New Mexico’s Loan Repayment Programs is to help with student loan repayment for practicing professionals in high need professions such as health care.