October 6, 2021
Ethics & Aging: Part One
- Wednesday, October 6th, 9 AM- 12:15 PM
- Instructor: Jullie Gray, DSW, MSW, LICSW, CMC
- Ethics & Aging is a two-day remote learning ethics program designed to deepen understanding of ethical issues commonly found in clinical practice with older adults in home, community, and long-term care settings. Participants may select one or two days of study. This program is designed to be highly interactive, utilize group discussions, personal reflections, case studies, and multimedia didactic methods.
- Day 1: Foundations in Clinical Practice with Older Adults
- Working with older adults requires practitioners to understand how to identify ethical issues and work through dilemmas in service to their clients. This session will review theories and tools used to frame ethical decision-making in practice. Participants will be invited to complete an ethical self-assessment to better understand their own biases and discern how these may play into decision-making in the field.
- CEUs PENDING: For each day attended, participants will receive 3 Continuing Education credits (6 total if you attend both days) for social workers, mental health clinicians and marriage and family counselors. Case managers and other service providers are also welcome to attend.
- HOURS: Part one will be taught on Zoom on Wednesday, October 6, 9 AM – 12:15 PM. The class starts at 9:00 am and concludes at 12:15 pm. Instruction begins promptly at 9am.
- COST: $115 for the full series- parts 1 and 2. You also can sign up for just 1 of the two sessions for $75. You can sign up for these workshops here: https://bit.ly/GMHSworkshop
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