The UNC Clinical Lecture Series and Institutes
The Clinical Lecture Series is now in its 14th year of providing affordable and quality learning opportunities!
The Clinical Lecture and Institute Series at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Social Work offers lunchtime workshops and full-day and multiple-day institutes to build skills of health and human service practitioners and students. Program trainers include master clinicians, teachers, and researchers that apply and evaluate evidence-based practice in their field of expertise. Each event draws academic faculty, practitioners, students, and other community members for collective learning.
These unique programs invite people within the UNC School of Social Work to engage and learn with people outside of the School. We welcome interested students, alum, staff, academic and field faculty, professionals, groups, and community members to join us in person or via live stream.
To provide high-quality and accessible continuing education for mental health practitioners, students, and community members by master clinicians, teachers, and researchers in North Carolina and nationally.
Become a leader in providing training to mental health practitioners locally and globally. Contribute to life quality and reduce disparities that cause suffering through the dissemination of knowledge about cutting-edge and evidence-based interventions.