Thursday, June 28, 2012; 9:00 am-12:30 pm; 3 CEUs; $50.00
(Continental breakfast and registration from 8:30-9:00 am)
About the Seminar:
At one time or another, every helping professional encounters an ethical dilemma. We will discuss foundations for ethical decision making and a model to make this process a bit clearer. Our focus will be on the professional relationship, client self-determination and value conflicts that can arise. We will examine several case studies, share experiences and find ways to avoid ethical pitfalls. Professionals will leave this seminar with a better understanding of the process of ethical decision making. The seminar satisfies the ethic requirement for license renewal.
Dana Moran, MSW; LISW-S
Dana received both her Bachelor of Social Work and her Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. Dana is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in Ohio and a Certified Social Worker in Kentucky. She is currently the Account Manager for Accretive Health in Chicago, IL. Dana has presented numerous professional seminars on a variety of educational topics.
By attending this seminar, participants will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of the foundations for ethical decision making.
- Define the professional relationship and discuss limits, problems and dilemmas.
- Develop a further understanding of client self determination.
- Define and differentiate between personal, societal and professional values.
- Participants will discuss case scenarios that pose ethical dilemmas and their potential solutions.