Wednesday, September 21, 2016 ~ 8:30am-4:15pm
Conference Center at Benjamin Rose
11890 Fairhill Road, Cleveland OH 44120
Ethical dilemmas pervade modern life and complicate the decision-making process for clinicians and their supervisors. This conference consists of two interrelated sessions. The first session analyzes the nature of ethical dilemmas, examines specific ethical dilemmas and reasons in favor of and opposed to possible courses of action, and reviews sound decision-making procedures. The second session focuses on the unique ethical dilemmas faced by supervisors. It exhorts supervisors to view ethical concerns as an integral part of the helping relationships, and it emphasizes that ethical dilemmas can facilitate the supervisory process and provide valuable opportunities for personal insight and professional growth.
6 PD Hours
Full Day (includes lunch): $100 ($30 for students)
Half Day: $50 ($15 for students)
8:30AM Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00AM Welcome & Introduction
9:00AM Ethical Dilemmas for Health Professionals — Linda Elliott, PhD, LISW-S, ATR-BC, CNM, CPM, CSD, RMT, Adult Education Specialist, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
10:45AM Continue Ethics Session
1:00PM Ethical Dangers in Supervision — Paula Atwood, MSSA, LISW-S, EMBA, LICDC-S, Vice President, Staffing and Special Projects, Beech Brook
2:45PM Continue Supervisory Session
4:15PM Evaluations, Certificates, Adjournment
6 CEUs (Ethics: 3.0 CPEs, Supervision: 3.0 CPEs) for counselors & social workers (OCSWMFTB #RSX058915).