Price Qty*
Full Day (6 CEUs) show details + $99.00 (USD)  
Class 1 only ( 3 CEUs) show details + $59.00 (USD)  
Class 2 only (3 CEUs) show details + $59.00 (USD)  
Group Rate 3 or more people - Full Day show details + $89.00 (USD)  

  • Class 1 - The Change Ethic!
    December 7, 2017
    10:15 am - 1:15 pm
  • Class 2 - How can I be Ethical When You’re Driving Me Crazy!? Surviving the Emotional Hazards of the Workplace
    December 7, 2017
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

 

The Ethics and Workplace Survival Seminar!

6 Category I Ethics CEUs

December 7, 2017

10:15am – 5:00pm

Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)

810 1st Street NE, 3rd Floor

Washington, D.C. 20002 Symbol to indicate that the branch meets accessibility standards

(Accessible by Metro Red line, Union Station, 1st Street Exit)

 

This One Day Seminar includes two excellent classes, a total of 6 category I Ethics CEUs. Refreshments (healthy and not-so healthy) are served throughout the day. The Cost of the full seminar is $99. One class class costs $59.

 

10:15am-1:15pm

Class 1 (3 Category I Ethics CEUs)

The Change Ethic

Why does change seem so hard? What can we learn about change from alligators, elephants, and a Code of Ethics?

One of the most basic ethical principles of the helping professions is that clinicians need to assist clients in realizing their capacity to change. While this ethical principle goes to the very core of practice, practitioners often find themselves at a loss when working with “resistant” clients. This interactive training will examine the obligation to help clients change and teach effective methods to achieving this ethical obligation. (Trainer Jeffrey Davidson LCSW-C, LICSW)

 

2:00pm – 5:00pm

Class 2 (3 Category I Ethics CEUs)

How can I be Ethical When You’re Driving Me Crazy!? Surviving the Emotional Hazards of the Workplace

The work place throws together people who did not choose each other, but were hired to work towards a common goal. Workplace dynamics create challenges for professionals as they struggle to achieve their own goals while meeting the objectives and expectations of the organization. But what are our Ethical obligations to colleagues? What does the Code of Ethics have to say about this topic?

Working with difficult people actually affords clinicians an opportunity to hone their clinical skills while learning to work out unique challenges. 

This interactive training will help you understand effective methods for working with difficult people and gain a personal serenity that will allow them to thrive while working through the emotional ups and downs of the workplace. (Trainer Jeffrey Davidson LCSW-C, LICSW)

Location

Venue:  

Address:
810 1st Street NE, Washington, District of Columbia, 20002, United States

Description:
The location is accessible by Metro Red line, Union Station, 1st Street Exit. There is no free parking available at this location. The location is handicap accessible