PD Opportunity from the Greater Manchester Mental Health Center

posted Feb 24, 2017, 10:34 AM by Professional Learning
Frederic J. White LICSW, LADC, C-CATODSW  
March 8, 2017
6.0 Nursing Hours

This training will focus on a model for resolving ethical issues when they arise. Participants will discuss examples of ethical conflicts and will work in small groups to resolve the conflicts. The larger group will review the resolution plans and assess the methods by which resolution was achieved. This training will not involve a review of any complete Code of Ethics, it is intended to be an interactive exercise in ethical conflict resolution.
  • Discuss the importance of the Code of Ethics for participants' profession as it guides clinical practice and protects the client, the employer, the profession, society at large, and the clinician.
  • Recognize professional ethical conflicts.
  • Learn a framework to resolve ethical conflicts when they occur.

MHCGM Trainings listed in Training Insights:
13th Annual New Hampshire Mental Health Symposium
May 10, 2017
Andrew Shatté, PhD 
"Resilience through the Life-Cycle:  Understanding Resilience and its Application to Emotional Wellness"
For a "sneak peek" watch Dr.  
Shatté speak at NASA:

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The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester
401 Cypress Street
Manchester, New Hampshire 03103

Mental Health Ctr of Greater Manchester, 401 Cypress Street, Manchester, NH 03103