VIRTUAL EVENT: Friday, August 14
This event will be held as a virtual workshop on Friday, August 14.
We are looking forward to seeing you online Friday, August 14, for our CEU event, Ethics 2.0 with Dr. Jeff Ashby. The 6 Core Ethics hours have been approved in this online, webinar format. The schedule for the day will remain the same: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., with breaks built in throughout the webinar.
Your link to the webinar will be sent to you on August 7, one week prior to the webinar. Your attendance on the Webinar is needed to get the CEUs, but materials presented will be made available afterward to attendees.
We will be sending out a Zoom meeting link where you will have access to the virtual workshop by Dr. Jeff Ashby, as well as all course materials.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact our CEU Coordinator Krista Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 770.967.8500.
**Please Note: The Georgia Composite Board has approved for Ethics courses to be taught online due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency (for the 2018-2020 renewal cycle only). This course is still approved for 6 CEU Core Ethics hours for LPCs and LMFTs, and 6 Core hours for LCSWs.
Eagle Ranch Presents
Ethics 2.0: When Clinical Goes Digital
Featuring Jeff Ashby, Ph.D, ABPP
Friday, August 14, 2020
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Ongoing clinical practice often contributes to a kind of ethical “drift.” In addition, the internet, social media, and other technological changes have offered new ethical challenges for mental health clinicians.
CEU Eligibility: 6 CEU Core Ethics hours approved for LPCs and LMFTs; 6 Core hours approved for LCSWs. To register early for best pricing, click here.
About the Course
Through case examples, discussion, and lecture, participants in this workshop will consider how the ethical codes apply to the practical world of counseling and special emphasis will be placed on developing professionals’ understanding of decision-making processes used in arriving at ethical courses of action in the context of a changing world.
The workshop will highlight issues of informed consent, competence, confidentiality, and boundaries/multiple relationships. Using case studies and vignettes, professionals will be invited to consider what might be the best course of action in a variety of scenarios presenting ethical dilemmas.
As a result of this workshop, participants will:
- understand the assumptions and theories behind ethical decision-making models
- identify and explain a practical model for ethical decision-making
- explain how ethical decision-making models can apply to issues of informed consent
- explain how ethical decision-making models can apply to issues of competence
- explain how ethical decision-making models can apply to issues of confidentiality
- explain how ethical decision-making models can apply to issues of dual relationships
About the Venue
Due to the CDC’s regulations surrounding COVID-19 and large group events, our “Ethics 2.0: When Clinical Goes Digital” course is shifting to a live virtual format. The course will still be held from 8:30 AM until 3:30 PM on August 14, 2020.
We will be sending out a Zoom meeting link where you will have access to the virtual workshop by Dr. Jeff Ashby, as well as all course materials. To register, click here.
About the Speaker
Dr. Jeff Ashby is a Professor in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University. He is the former Director of Georgia State’s Counseling Psychology doctoral program, a licensed psychologist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor. Dr. Ashby has taught ethics at the graduate level for over 20 years and has served as Member of the Ethics Committee of the Georgia Psychological Association, Chair of the Ethics Committee of the International Association of Play Therapy and as an ethics content expert with the State of Georgia Psychology board. He has made over 200 presentations at professional conferences and authored/co-authored more than 100 articles in refereed journals, numerous book chapters, and two books.
To register, click here.
This presentation utilizes numerous case studies of ethical dilemmas that include applications to multicultural populations. In addition, issues of diversity are discussed in the application of the codes in culturally distinct settings (e.g., differential understanding and interpretation of behaviors consistent with dual relationships).