Applying Ethical Thinking to Clinical Practice
November 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm
A 3-hour workshop November 15, 2019
presented by Michael Firmin, Ph.D.
Professional ethical codes provide rules for clinicians to follow and they are enforced by state licensing boards in order to protect the public. Mental health clinicians’ decisions result from personal-constructs and thinking-paths that result in behavioral actions. This workshop explores various cognitive processes that clinicians utilize when facing decisions that possess ethical implications and consequences. Dr. Firmin will review the larger context into which professional ethical codes are framed. He will help workshop participants to explore how psychologists often come to make decisions that, in some cases, they later regret—and in other instances—they are grateful to have made. Reoccurring ethical hotspots will be given attention and case studies will illustrate various ethical dilemmas and decision-points
A free light lunch/social hour will be available from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. Please indicate if you plan to have lunch when registering.
- To review professional standards and principles of ethical conduct
- To gain insight that will enhance better ethical decisions in clinical practice
- To learn various cognitive models that potentially apply to ethical decision making
- To interact with case studies which will help solidify the principles shared in the workshop
When: Friday, November 15, 2019, 1:00 – 4:15 pm.
C.E.U. Credit & Cost: 3 hours of ethics/cultural competency CEUs for attendance. Free for DAPA members and students with identification. $65 for non-DAPA members, payable at the workshop by credit card, check or cash.
Workshop Reservations: Call Ashlee at 937-428-0724 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Please indicate if you plan to have lunch when registering.
Where: WSU School of Professional Psychology Ellis Institute at West Third St. and Edwin C. Moses Blvd, Dayton Ohio.
DAPA is an Ohio Psychological Association MCE Program provider for psychologists.
DAPA is responsible for the program.