Ethics In Action (Why Suffer When You Can Have Fun?)

Ethics In Action (Why Suffer When You Can Have Fun?)

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Dates: 06/16/2017
Times:9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Mission San Luis Rey
4050 Mission Avenue, Pablo Tac Hall
Oceanside, CA


“Awareness of the ethics code is crucial to competence in the area of ethics, but the formal standards are not a substitute for an active, deliberate and creative approach to fulfilling ethical responsibilities.  They prompt, guide and inform our ethical considerations; they do not preclude or serve as a substitute for it.”
~Kenneth Pope and Melba Vasquez

Ethical issues emerge in interaction – with clients, supervisors, co-workers, etc – so why is most ethics training done in isolation? In this workshop, rather than having you read and take a test (and be seriously bored), we will utilize an action exploration approach to finding answers to ethical issues, drawing upon the wisdom and diverse perspectives of the group members.

Together we will build a safe container that can support transparency and a sense of mutual support. We will use our own learning opportunities to role play ethical choices, and use other action methods to explore dilemmas related to topics such as dual relationships, self-disclosure, confidentiality, and conflicts between personal values and agency mandates.

This course meets the 6-hour recertification requirement for LCSW’s, LMFT’s, LPCC’s and CCAPP.

Date and Time:
Friday, June 16th, 2017
9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Location:
Mission San Luis Rey, Pablo Tac Hall
4050 Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA  92057

Cost:
$150 if registered and paid by May 16th, 2017; $195 thereafter.  Credit card payments are available.

Download Flyer Here Ethics in Action SD June 2017

Please review our cancellation policy, continuing education certificate issuance policy and special needs accommodation at the bottom of our registration page.

Please Note:  We request that participants abstain from any mood or mind-altering substances during the course of our workshops, even if you are not in recovery. This allows participants to stay focused on the work at hand, and prevents other participants from being distracted during the workshop  We also request that all workshops be scent-free (other than pure essential oils). Many people have allergies to such substances and we appreciate your abstaining from wearing any perfumes or colognes while participating (essential oils are ok).  Thank you!

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