Training & Events

Ethics Issues for Supervisors and Managers

Jan 01, 1970 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Supervision in the behavioral healthcare field has become increasingly complicated as agencies employ staff from a diversity of disciplines, educational and experience levels, and multi-cultural backgrounds with a multiplicity of ethical codes. These trends press the conscientious supervisor to maintain the traditional ethical boundaries of care while adjusting to situations created in a “managed care” work environment. Clinical supervision is a critical part of the counseling process. It requires special thought, careful preparation, and an approach tailored to the individual strengths and area for growth of the supervisee. This training will examine the ethical issues and responsibilities of the clinical supervisor and discuss specific skills to provide effective supervision. It will provide participants the opportunity to conduct an ethical practices risk assessment of their agency. This training presents ethical theories and concepts that require supervisory clinical experience and knowledge to successfully integrate them with clinical practice – it is not intended for non-supervisory personnel.

Price: $45.00
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
CEU’s: 6 CD, SW, MHHC
Level: Supervisor
Instructor: Dr. Thomas Broffman