New Giveaway: Financial Social Work Certification Enrollment


To celebrate the forthcoming launch of our latest certification program update, Financial Social Work Certification 3.0, we are hosting another amazing free giveaway! Fill out the form to the right and enter to win one of three enrollments into the Financial Social Work Certification Program!

What’s Included?

This new version is beautifully formatted and includes all of the important psychosocial components and favorite client activities and exercises of past certification versions. In addition, it explains the newest financial topics, including EVM credit card technology, prepaid debit cards, general purpose reloadable cards [GPRs], student debt, and much more. Other important additions focus on FSW’s research based “best practice” methods in financial education and financial therapy today.

Also new in this update are strategies aimed at helping clients with unsteady/fluctuating income, the five stages of Prochaska, DiClemente & Norcross’ Transtheoretical Model of Behavioral Change and specific guidance on what strategies to employ to meet your clients where they are in terms of their readiness to change and much, much more.

The vast amount of financial information available today prompted us to expand the certification program with four (4) new appendixes. Each is filled with the best apps, articles and video resources for additional in-depth learning on all certification topics.

Each enrollment is a $495 value.

Enter Now!

We welcome both professionals and individuals who are motivated in improving their own financial literacy and that of their clients, friends, and/or family to enter!

The giveaway starts right now and closes on Monday, September 29th at 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT – a day before our special FSW 3.0 launch event!

Financial Social Work Certification Program - Workbook 1 Cover

Financial Social Work Certification Program - Workbook 5 Cover

Written By Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW

New Giveaway: Financial Social Work Certification Enrollment was originally published @ Center for Financial Social Work and has been syndicated with permission.

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