Event date: 5/12/2023 Export event
Mark Wills
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Ethics & Boundaries: Embracing the Gray in Post-Pandemic Practice

NASW Virginia and NASW Metro DC

8:30 am - 12:30 pm ET

The pandemic asked much of us by way of flexibility and adaptation, especially in best serving our clients, but at what cost? Is virtual practice blending into your home life? We will explore all the new gray areas in our practice and collegial spaces. Uniquely, participants in the session will provide examples of ethical dilemmas they have faced and will walk through the challenges to learn how to best improve ethical decision making when circumstances arise. You’ll learn to apply an ethical decision-making model in everyday practice; discover the importance of focus; and adopt ways to be fully present and ask for what you need to maintain healthy boundaries with clients and colleagues. Highly rated instructor Dana Johnson, MSW, CAPSW, also will help you better understand various forms of intelligence used when setting healthy boundaries and ethical disputes, the Art of Listening in a Healing Way, and methods for embracing the gray of personal ethical decision making.

4 CEs available, including 4 ethics CEs

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