Anne McSweeney is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a unique and diverse background in medical social work, education and community relations. Anne is the owner and Educational Director of CEU Creations. For over 10 years, CEU Creations has been providing cutting-edge, educational trainings to clinicians throughout the United States through live and online CE trainings.
One of the main missions of CEU Creations is to remove boredom from CE trainings and use innovative learning techniques to engage our learners. Many of her trainings have been also been featured at professional conferences – on a state and national level. In addition, she is the Managing Partner of Center Stage Education –a company that she co-founded with Tom Willner, Musician and Cancer Survivor – providing CEs and keynotes through music, story-telling and innovation.
Anne has been a Licensed Master of Social Work in GA since 1994. Prior to finding her niche providing educational trainings, Anne practiced medical social work for over 8 years – working primarily with the geriatric population in home health, hospice and dialysis.
In 2015, Anne was appointed to the Fulton County Commission on Elderly Affairs. She served for 5 years as a member of the Steering Committee for the Piedmont Hospital Care Transitions Work Group – which was a group committed to collaborating with community partners in an attempt to reduce hospital re-admissions. Anne is a board member for the Atlanta Senior Care Network Niche which is a group of professionals that work with seniors. In addition, she is also a board member for The Aimee Copeland Foundation and Ageless Interaction. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Auburn and her Masters in Social Work from the University of AL. She resides in Alpharetta, GA with her husband and 2 daughters.