Jennifer Haywood

Jennifer Haywood has been a clinical social worker and addiction specialist since 1996. She received her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from The Ohio State University and her chemical dependency specialty through her internship at the Addiction Recovery Center at Harding Hospital in Worthington, Ohio. Jennifer has a BA in psychology from the University of Maryland.

Jennifer Haywood received raving reviews from our recently hosted events.  You don’t want to miss her engaging training style and immediately useful takeaways.

Great feedback from Jennifer’s recent training:

“Jennifer does a wonderful job of engaging the audience. She kept my attention throughout the day, which is not easy! I left feeling more capable as a supervisor.”

“Great job! The best training I’ve attended in a while.”

“Jennifer is an amazing presenter. Her humor and energy are infectious.”

“Out of all the ethics and supervision trainings I have had throughout the years – this is by far the best! It’s hard to train all day on those topics and Jennifer kept me engaged the entire time!!”


Jennifer Haywood Series

Ethics & Motivational Interviewing with Jennifer Haywood, LISW-S, LICDC-CS

August 21, 2018 – Archbold


Ethical implications with a Focus on Relationships Overview: (3 hours)

Focus on the relationship building component of the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Boards Code of Ethics.
Integrated information from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board; building the relationship ethically, understanding appropriate boundaries, realizing how to create appropriate forms and releases of information and how to navigate all the different “hats” a clinical worker has; the new challenge with electronic communication and appropriate boundaries through social media will also be reviewed.
Overview of the boundaries and dual relationships section of the code of ethics; case studies and real-life examples of how boundaries and relationships with clients can create “gray” areas that require processing due to the challenge of the situation; action plans if a participant feels as though there needs to be a change in the client relationship due to an ethical issue.

Utilizing Motivational Interviewing as an Evidenced Based Treatment Technique: (3 hours)

Covers key points and concepts that are closely aligned with Prochaska and DeClemente’s stages of change. Provides an understanding of basic concepts and purpose behind methods. Covers specific treatment techniques and provides more therapeutic tools to utilize with any level of unmotivated or resistant client, including how rapport and technique can create lasting change in even the most difficult situations. Case studies and role play will be included.


Supervision & Motivational Interviewing with Jennifer Haywood, LISW-S, LICDC-CS

September 12, 2018 – Columbus

Supervision Overview and Objectives: (3 hours)

Covers types of supervision, stages of supervision and some of the pitfalls that can occur when someone is becoming a supervisor; the transition from worker to supervisor and supervision theories; ways to improve the administrative, educative, and supportive roles; strengths that a social worker should possess if doing supervision.

Utilizing Motivational Interviewing as an Evidenced Based Treatment Technique: (3 hours)

Covers key points and concepts that are closely aligned with Prochaska and DeClemente’s stages of change. Provides an understanding of basic concepts and purpose behind methods. Covers specific treatment techniques and provides more therapeutic tools to utilize with any level of unmotivated or resistant client, including how rapport and technique can create lasting change in even the most difficult situations. Case studies and role play will be included.


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