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The Ethics of Dual Relationships in Rural Communities CEU

The Ethics of Dual Relationships in Rural Communities CEU
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Friday, March 26, 2021 (8:30-11:45a) Virtual Event

The Ethics of Dual Relationships in Rural Communities

(Meets Ethics Credit Requirement)

Tracy A. Pritchard, MSW, LISW-S

Professor of Instruction, Social Work, Child Welfare UPP Campus Coordinator

Register here for CEU: http://bit.ly/CEUDual326

Registration Fee is $55; non-credit observer fee is: $15

You will receive an e-mail with your link to sign in before the program.

Workshop Objectives: The purpose of this workshop is to understand the differences between boundary violations and boundary crossings in a dual relationship in the rural community.  The rural practitioner will be presented with best practice standards to follow when making ethical decisions concerning dual relationships.  During this session the presenter will clarify how a "dual relationship" is defined. There will also be a focus on understanding unique characteristics of rural practice or service, as well as on how the professional Codes of Ethics and licensure boards address dual relationships, and what takes priority in making ethical decisions. Participants will examine standards of best practice when making ethical decisions concerning dual relationships.

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Friday, May 7, 2021 (12:00-3:15p) 
Treatment Planning for Social Workers and Counselors

Sarah Lang, MSW, LISW, LCDCIII, CGRS

Clinical Coordinator and Program Director, Perry Multi-County Juvenile Facility

Psychatric Social Worker, Allwell Crisis Center

Registration Fee is $55; non-credit observer fee is: $15

You will receive an e-mail with your link to sign in before the program.

Register here for CEU: http://bit.ly/OUZtreatmentSW

 

Workshop Objectives: This workshop will focus on using accessible assessment tools to assure person centered treatment planning which is also “insurance” friendly. Participants will emerge with greater confidence regarding the creation of SMART goals and a treatment plan rooted in assessments and social work theory. Participants will learn how to improve their treatment planning skills through use of provided resources and examples, thus better ensuring the best possible delivery of services over time.

 

Friday, July 30, 2021 (8:30-11:45a)
Trauma Informed Supervision

(Meets Supervision Credit requirement)

Tracy A. Pritchard, MSW, LISW-S

Professor of Instruction, Social Work, Child Welfare UPP Campus Coordinator

Registration Fee is $55; non-credit observer fee is: $15

Register here for CEU: Coming soon

You will receive an e-mail with your link to sign in before the program.

Workshop Objectives: As a supervisor in the Social Work or Counselor systems of care, you are in a position to help influence the culture of your organization and/or community with regard to trauma-informed practice. To do this, you will need to acquire some knowledge, tools and strategies which can guide you on your path to becoming or sustaining yourself as a trauma-informed supervisor. Becoming aware of trauma informed care, including identification, prevalence, and impact, is critical. It is important to understand the assumptions and principles of trauma informed care versus traditional care. Recognizing the implications of trauma informed care in clinical or training supervision is also essential.  In this workshop you will receive guidance that will support your organization in its journey toward trauma informed care and practice.

 

For questions or additional information:

Holly Voltz, Marketing and Public Relations

Email: voltz@ohio.edu