Propose a Workshop

We accept proposals for half- or full-day workshops.

Submission Guidelines

The Adelphi University School of Social Work Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development is committed to providing quality education and training to our community.

We are always interested in your proposals for presentations. Our standard workshop format is generally one day, consisting of six hours of instruction with one hour for lunch. We offer other workshop formats, such as a lunchtime series or evening presentations.

Our workshops focus on current research or trends that are of interest to the behavioral health community. A broad range of topics will be considered that draw upon clinical, administrative, communication and practice management techniques. Interdisciplinary practitioners are encouraged to present, and we recommend a teaching approach that accommodates diverse learning styles. Participants appreciate references and handouts.

Submit a Proposal

    (check all that apply)
  • Description as it would appear in brochure/website (3-8 sentences)
  • Briefly describe what this training is supposed to accomplish
  • Provide in measureable terms, specific knowledge, skills and abilities to be acquired by the participant. Please provide one objective for each 2 hours of training. (a six hour workshop requires 3 objectives).
  • Provide the sequence of topics of information to be covered
  • e.g. case discussion, lecture, small group activity
  • Current Position, Agency, Location
  • Two most recent
  • 3-4 sentences as it should appear in brochure/website
  • If the proposal is accepted please upload the following: If you experience difficulties uploading the required files, please submit this form and then email the files directly to Dr. Audrey Freshman at
  • Accepted file types: doc, txt, rtf.
    Acceptable file formats: .doc, .txt, .rtf
  • Accepted file types: doc, rtf, txt.
    Acceptable file formats: .doc, .txt, .rtf
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For further information, please contact:

School of Social Work
p – 516.877.4300