Ethics and Evidence Based Practices

February 18, 2022
9:00 am - Noon (EST)
Mental Health Awareness of Michiana

Mental Health Awareness of Michiana is proud to announce this virtual presentation:

 “Ethics and Evidence Based Practice”   

February 18, 9 am to Noon (EST)

Part 1: “Walking the Ethical Line:  The top boundary challenges in clinician practice”

Presenter: Latasha Matthews, LPC, CPCS, CPCA, CAMS

Learning Objectives:

  1. Determine how the ACA Code of Ethics applies to boundary setting in private practice/ clinical practice.
  2. Analyze ethical dilemmas clinicians face surrounding boundary setting with respect to utilizing technology with clients in clinical practice
  3. Employ best practices for avoiding boundary issues for a dual relationship with a client in a clinical setting.

Part II: “Program Evaluation as Evidence-based Practice for Clinical Social Workers”

Presenter: Tarek Zidan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor at IUS School of Social Work at IUSB

Learning Objectives:

  1. Introduce attendees to the fundamental of practice evaluation in clinical settings.
  2. Inform attendees about different research tools to evaluate mental health interventions, therapy, or treatments for clients (individuals and groups).
  3. Familiarize attendees with research designs/ measurements for practice evaluation and Implications for practice.

Registration required: REGISTRATION LINK

$45 Registration includes 2.5 continuing education (1 hr ethics).

$20 Student rate                   $10 Community rate                        FREE for PBCP Volunteer Clinicians