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Ethics and Boundaries: Ethics in Conflicts

Learn about ethical communication during conflict, appreciative inquiry, boundaries of engagement without connection and dealing with power and power imbalance. This class will have you refocus on your communication skills, especially if there is conflict.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 27–28, 2022
    $210
    Live online
  • Jan. 31, 2023–Feb. 1, 2023
    $210
    Live online

Advanced Ethics and Boundaries

The management of ethics, boundaries and confidentiality is especially critical for human service professionals. This workshop will address the unique issues encountered during the provision of social services and therapy. The emergence of technology and its complications will be addressed to highlight the changing trends in ethical practice in the 21st century.
Upcoming Dates
  • Jan. 19, 2023
    $140
    Live online

Biological Foundations of Ethics and Boundaries

Research shows that our ethical behavior is complex and our deepest motivations are not easily understood. Human history, though, provides ample evidence that learning about what we believe and why can give us more control over our moral behavior, allowing us to become better, more ethical people.
Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. See page for program description.

Legal Issues in Ethics and Boundaries: Confidentiality, Tarasoff Standards, and Conscience Clauses

All mental health professional organizations have standards defining ethical practice. Explore the relationship between legislative and professional standards; investigate the following legal principles in this context: confidentiality, Tarasoff standards, conscience clauses, and boundary issues.
Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. See page for program description.

Legal Issues in Ethics and Boundaries: Informed Consent, Right to Refuse and Involuntary Treatment

Mental health professional organizations have standards defining ethical practice. Explore the relationship between legislative and professional ethical and practice standards; investigate the following principles in this context: informed consent, right to refuse treatment and involuntary treatment.
Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. See page for program description.