This course will explore how professional values and ethical guidelines can enhance clinical services, help to define boundaries, and assist with decision-making within behavioral health. Ethical guidelines from a number of professional sources will be examined with a focus on Social Work Ethics. Professional practice processes are identified and common ethical issues that challenge social workers in practice reviewed. Participants will learn to recognize those clinical and personal behaviors that can lead to problems and/or legal issues. Decision-making approaches within the framework of ethics and risk management are discussed. Legal rights such as those defined by HIPAA, Privacy Rules, and the Michigan Mental Health Code are covered and discussed in terms of practice implementation. This is a hands-on workshop that incorporates individual and group work, discussion, video, case study and other learning methods led by the workshop facilitator. There is a $49 charge for this workshop which includes all course materials and attendance verification certificate.
CE Value (credits): 5
CE Type: Standard
Training and Treatment Innovations, Inc.