Thursday, February 11, 2016 from Noon-1:30 CST
The School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA) is pleased to offer this webinar as a part of SSWAA's webinar series on research topics related to school social work. Please note that all webinars are being recorded and will be available even if you are not able to attend during the actual webinar event.
Quick answers and simple solutions seldom work for ethical predicaments. Beginning with an introduction to the moral, legal, and clinical foundations that undergird ethical practice, the presenter will outline a seven-step approach to ethical decision making. These steps include: Knowing yourself; analyzing the dilemma; seeking consultation; identifying courses of action; managing the clinical concerns; enacting the decision; and reflecting on the process. Practical cases will be used to make these steps come alive for workshop participants.
1) Participants will be able to define an ethical dilemma.
2) Participants will learn a systematic way to manage ethical predicaments.
2) Participants will apply ethical principles to real life cases in schools.
Jim Raines Ph.D., LCSW has been a school social worker, managing editor of the School Social Work Journal, and President of the Illinois Association of School Social Workers and the Midwest Council of School Social Workers. He has written over 20 journal articles, numerous book chapters, and three books published by Oxford University Press. He has keynoted state, national, and international conferences for school social work. He is the current Department Chair of Health, Human Services and Public Policy at California State University Monterey Bay.
How to Participate:
The webinar will be audio only so headphones are recommended though not mandatory. No microphone is necessary, as participants will post questions on the chat section of the webinar site. Please try the link at that time to make sure you do not encounter any technical issues. If you have technical difficulties please contact Rebecca Kunkel Oliver at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any handouts for this session will be posted on the Go to Webinar Website.
Presentation 12:00-1:00 pm, Questions 1:00-1:30 pm CST. Please post all questions in the chat section of the webinar site. The SSWAA Facilitator will read the questions during the Q & A time and the speaker will answer them.
1.5 CEUs will be available to those who participate in this webinar or who view the video at a later time.
Member rate for individual Webinars will be $25 (1.5 CEUs per Webinar) or a Package of 6 Webinars for $100 (7.5 CEUs available). Non-Member Rate for individual Webinars will be $40 and $140 for a Package of 5 Webinars.
(If you prefer to pay for the whole Package of Six (6) Webinars instead, you can access more information or register here. )