Class I - Embracing Our Ethical Obligations
July 26, 2016
10:15 am - 1:15 pm
Class 2 - To Disclose or Not Disclose, That is the Ethical Question!
July 26, 2016
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Ethics and Professional Standards Seminar
July 26, 2016
10:15AM – 5:00PM
Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)
810 1st Street NE, 3rd Floor
Washington, D.C. 20002
(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.
Embracing Our Ethical Obligations
The NASW Code of Ethics describes our obligations to maintain and promote professional standards in our interactions with colleagues and in our of social work practice. Through interactive discussions, and group activities participants will gain an awareness of the skills necessary to ensure the care and wellbeing of our clients within a framework of ethical behavior. Participants will also examine real case scenarios and gain skills that will be useful to all areas of social work.
Participants will come away with an upbeat message. You will leave encouraged, and with a better understanding of the need to promote the highest standards of excellence during challenging times. (Trainer, Tara Rice, LCSW-C, The TARA Center)
Class 2- 2:00pm – 5:00pm
To Disclose or Not Disclose, That is the Ethical Question!
The therapeutic relationship can be enhanced by the rapport the therapist has with their client. Yet some clients are easier to connect with than others. Can self-disclosure help with rapport building? Can self-disclosure help the therapeutic relationship or does it just lead down a slippery ethical slope?
This interactive training will explore these questions and more. Participants will look at our own personal values, examine case vignettes and explore how transference and counter transference can affect the efficacy of the therapeutic relationship. (Trainer, Tzipora Frager, LCSW-C, Johns Hopkins Out Patient Clinic, Health Behavioral Specialist)
Situated on well-manicured grounds in Southeast Washington, DC, the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC) offers free parking on well-lit grounds. There is additional street parking as well.
Traveling by bus, take the W2 or W3 and be dropped off right in front of THEARC. Bus 94 will let riders off at Savannah and 19th Street for a short walk down the hill to THEARC. Bus 32 will drop riders off on Southern Avenue, just 0.35 miles from THEARC.
Metro riders travel to the Southern Avenue Station on the Green Line and walk 0.35 miles to THEARC.
Refreshments (healthy and not-so healthy) served at all trainings.