Moral Distress and Injury in Social Work: Ethical Conflicts in Social Work Practice

NASW New Jersey

Mark Wills 0 271
Noon-2 p.m.

Social workers sometimes witness, perpetrate, or fail to prevent acts that violate their deeply held beliefs. The harm that they experience is referred to as moral distress or injury. In this webinar, Frederic Reamer discusses moral distress, injury, and demoralization; the symptoms that can manifest; prevention, self-care, and resilience; legal and ethical obligations, including what it means to be a whistleblower; and how to develop moral courage to advocate for organizational and policy changes to prevent harm.

Ethics Institute with Dr. Fred Reamer, “Social Work in the Digital Age: Telehealth, Ethics and Risk Management Challenges”

NASW New Jersey

Mark Wills 0 198
6-8 p.m.

This webinar will explore cutting-edge ethical issues arising out of social workers' growing use of digital technology, electronic interventions, and online social media to deliver services, communicate with clients, and search online for information about clients. The workshop will focus on key ethical challenges related to privacy, confidentiality, privileged communication, informed consent, boundaries, and nontraditional interventions, among others.

Hurting and Healing from Raced Based Toxic Stress

NASW

Mark Wills 0 185
1-2 p.m.

This session will help identify and explore the many ways black and brown people have been harmed in both explicit and insidious ways. The harm has resulted in generations of psychological, emotional and physiological turmoil. To help mitigate the hurt done, we will investigate healing practices that social workers can implement to help reduce harm, restore and heal black and brown folks in toxic environments.
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