Ethical practice is of critical importance for all practitioners in social work, counseling, psychology, peer, and chemical addictions disciplines. Yet the competing needs of self-determination and evidence-based practice implementation, social justice and management of resources, and consumer-direction and safety sometimes collide in practice, and ethical dilemmas need to be resolved. Through this training, a process for understanding our professional ethical codes, licensure expectations, and methods to resolve ethical conflicts in micro, mezzo, and macro practice will be reviewed. A case-based approach will allow practitioners to practice ethical resolution methods for policies and practices both.
- Duration: 4 hours hours
- Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0) Nursing (0.0)
- Theories and concepts of human behavior in the social environment.
- Social work practice, knowledge and skills.
- Social work research, program evaluation, or practice evaluation.
- Social work agency management or administration.
- Social work ethics and standards of professional practice.
- Participants will learn specific changes in ethical practice related to telehealth and use of digital practice tools
- Participants will identify the steps needed for levels of licensure and certification in Michigan for behavioral health professions
- Participants will complete ethical process steps using cases to incorporate specific aspects of ethical codes
- Participants will delineate five components needed in supervision contracts and tasks