Ethics: A Comprehensive Look at Today’s Issues – Allan Barsky , Frederic Reamer , Jackson Rainer & Janet Courtney
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Resolving ethical issues isn’t just about knowing your ethical and legal obligations…you need to know how to react and deal with clients and colleagues when ethical conflicts arise. Have you ever wondered…
What you should do if a child hits you during a session?
How you should handle dual relationship clients?
What are the ethical risks of using communication technologies such as videoconferencing, text-messages, and social media in practice?
Can you report a harmful situation without breaching confidentiality?
How ethical principles guide end-of-life decision making, treatment planning and care?
Protect your clients, your practice, and earn the ethics CE you need!
Our new online course, Ethics: A Comprehensive Look at Today’s Issues, will dive deep into current ethical concerns and use real case studies to provide you with invaluable, concrete guidance to navigate the ethical “gray areas” in practice. Plus, earn up to 11.5 CE hours including ethics credit!
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You’ll get solutions to today’s ethical challenges
with these 4 comprehensive video modules:
Ethics: Current Issues and Practical Responses
Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD
Tired of the same old information on ethics, errors, and omissions? This module is not a “refresher,” but instead presents a refreshingly new approach to identifying and managing ethical issues in practice. Dr. Allan Barsky shares an interest-based approach and strategic framework that builds consensus with clients and colleagues, to manage and deal with ethical conflict in a creative win-win manner. You’ll have the opportunity to practice new conflict management skills and strategies through case examples that cover current ethical risks, including:
• Communication technologies in clinical practice
• Boundary crossings and conflicts of interest
• Confidentiality, subpoenas and court-related processes
Instantly apply this proven approach in your practice to reduce your ethical risk and improve client relations!
The Ethics in End-of-Life Decisions
Jackson Rainier, Ph.D., ABPP
In this module, you’ll learn strategies to facilitate discussions with dying individuals and families struggling with end-of-life care. Dr. Jackson Rainer, author of Life After Loss: Contemporary Grief Counseling and Therapy,will help you recognize the distinction between healing and cure, and examine the nature of heroic treatment and futility. He will also cover complicated ethical challenges at the end of life, including recent case studies and relevant court rulings. You’ll learn effective communication strategies for dealing with “bad news”, as well as techniques for communicating with empathy and compassion.
The Ethics of Touch in Child Psychology & Play Therapy
Janet A. Courtney, PhD, LCSW, RPT-S
In this engaging module, you’ll explore the ethical considerations of touch including current research, cultural concerns, and the importance of touch to human development. Come away with over 20+ clinical and ethical best practice guidelines! Dr. Janet Courtney will share case examples to highlight and demonstrate in-the-moment interventions for dealing with issues related to attachment, autism, ADHD, Sensory processing disorder, and physical and sexual abuse in the infant to teen client populations.
The Interface of Ethics and Technology
Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
Social networking, remote video interventions, and text-message and avatar counseling are but a few of the technological options being used by a growing number of contemporary clinicians. The advent of online technology, digital communications, and distance service delivery has forced clinicians to rethink the way they serve clients. In this module, Dr. Frederic Reamer will provide an overview of clinical practice in the digital world and the prevailing ethical standards. You’ll explore ethical issues concerning the meaning of relationship in professional work, practitioner competence, privacy and confidentiality, and professional boundaries – as well as the ways in which technology enhances or challenges it.
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