Feb 5 , 2020

Integrated Ethical Practice Combining Traditional Values and Principles with New Challenges

Chris Malone, PsyD, LP

Event Description

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and understand the interaction of various philosophical stances on ethics and how these stances can inform ethical decision-making. 
  • Make use of guiding ethical principles to effectively identify and attend to ethical challenges. 
  • Integrate problem solving models and strategies to engage in ethical decision making.
  • Identify personal biases and values that might interfere with or complicate ethical decision making. 
  • Facilitate effective consultation to improve ethical problem solving. 
  • Proactively identify potential areas of ethical vulnerability in a modern practice setting and develop a plan to reduce vulnerability. 
  • Use critical thinking and problem solving to resolve challenging ethical situations. 

Door Opening Times

8:00am

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Venue MHS Education Center Get Directions

Ticket Prices

$39.00 per person

Please note: All persons attending must register individually. Please list every individual's name who will be attending this training. If you do not list all name's when purchasing your tickets, they will not show up on the MHS sign-in sign-out pages for their CE credits.

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