Back to All Events

Ethics: Decision Making Models (Supervisor)

  • The Bravo Institute 24 Vardry Street, Suite 307 Greenville United States (map)

3 CEU $50

Mental health professionals are faced with increasingly complex ethical decisions that are impacted by culture, personal and professional values, and the contexts in which they and their clients inhabit. This presentation represents the reasons for developing and implementing multiple ethical decision-making models and reviews different models that address culture, values, and context.

These models will guide the mental health professional in making and implementing decisions that will impact client care and counselor development. Whether the decision is correct or not can leave a counselor feeling overwhelmed. However, when the decision is made using the most appropriate model for the situation at hand, one can rest in knowing all steps were taken in making that decision.

Based on the foundations and cornerstones of ACA and Wiley attendees will work together using various models to make ethical decisions from a variety of ethical dilemmas/situations. This is an interactive workshop that will be beneficial long into the future.

Name *
Name

Click button below for the purchase of both workshops for $90

Earlier Event: January 19
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Later Event: January 26
Private Practice Series: Part 1