The Boundaries and Ethics of Ethical Decision-Making
UW-Oshkosh Division of Online and Continuing Education is offering “The Boundaries and Ethics of Ethical Decision-Making”:
“We make ethical decisions every day in our professional and personal lives. What informs and guides our decision-making? How do we make ethical decisions?
This workshop is for human service providers who want to increase their ability to make sound ethical decisions in practice, professional/non-practice settings, and their personal lives. Using the code of ethics frameworks for NASW, AAMFT, and ACA, along with ethical decision-making models, participants will learn to make informed ethical decisions to better help the individuals, groups, and agencies in which they work.
When providers and organizations make ethical decisions, their clients, interdisciplinary team members, and the public trust increases for human services. Following an ethical decision-making model may also minimize their risk for grievance, censure, and litigation.
Participants in this discussion and case illustration-based workshop will use their existing knowledge, in addition to a review of recent updates, of ethical frameworks to explore and examine their practices to solidify their ethical decision-making. Attendees will take away methods and tools to help bolster their ethical decision-making process.”