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LCSW Test Prep

Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) is the association of boards that regulate social work. ASWB develops and maintains the social work licensing examination used across the country, and is a central resource for information on the legal regulation of social work. (Written materials)

New Jersey NASW
NASW-NJ offers preparation courses for both the LSW and the LCSW licensing exams. The courses are designed to assist you in preparing for the Intermediate (LSW) and Clinical (LCSW) ASWB exams. (F2F)

North Carolina NASW
NCNASW offers Licensed Clinical Social Worker Exam Preparation Courses two times each year-in the fall and in the spring. (F2F)

California Board of Behavioral Sciences
Examination materials from the CA board - scroll down to see LCSW material. (Written materials)

University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work
It provides a comprehensive review of the six areas included in the examination: Direct Practice, Human Behavior, Research, Administration, Ethics, and Policy. You are presented with knowledge, additional resources, and test-taking strategies that should greatly enhance your likelihood of passing. (F2F) is a part of Licensure Exams, Inc., a multidisciplinary coalition of professional educators formed to prepare students and working professionals to take the professional exam in Social Work. (Online)

Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences
AATBS guarantees that you will pass your Social Work Exam or get your money back! (Written and audiotapes, phone consultation)

Siri Productions
Dr. Sophia Dziegielewski, LCSW, Professor with the School of Social Work at the University of Central Florida, created and implemented this highly acclaimed course, and has successfully instructed over 10,000 Social Workers across the USA. (F2F or audio/written or video/written)

For all of your continuing education needs, check the website or call Portland State University's Continuing Education in the Graduate School of Education (CEED): 503-725-4876 (1-800-547-8887, ext 4876)