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Introspective Ethics: Using Self-Awareness to Develop Ethical Sensitivity - Cleveland
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When: Friday, January 26, 2018
1:00 PM
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United States

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How many CE credits are being offered?

3

Does the CE offered count as Ethics CE?
Yes

Event Description
Introspective Ethics: Using Self-Awareness to Develop Ethical Sensitivity & Enhance Ethical Behavior Tired of attending ethics presentations which focus on the do’s and don’ts, which reiterate principles you already know by heart? This workshop moves ethics instruction to a new level. While knowledge of ethical codes and laws is important, it is not enough. Applying the same principles used in work with clients, this experiential workshop moves beyond instruction about the obvious into the realm of the psychological. Participants are guided toward understanding the internal basis of ethical actions. Through large and small group activities, each individual will identify areas of personal ethical vulnerability and develop a proactive, individualized plan for managing these ethically challenging situations. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Review the ethical code, ethical principles and the law as it pertains to counselors. 2. Understand the process by which serious ethical violations are committed by well-intentioned practitioners. 3. Identify potential areas of ethical vulnerability. Cecile Brennan, Ph.D., LPCC-S is a licensed professional clinical counselor with a supervisory designation, a school counselor, a counselor educator and a clinician in private practice. She received her counseling education at Cleveland State University and has been actively engaged in the profession since becoming licensed. Dr. Brennan’s primary areas of scholarly inquiry are counseling ethics, the interface of spirituality and counseling, and the socio-cultural context of mental dysfunction. Presently, Dr. Brennan is Chair of the Department of Counseling at John Carroll University. Dr. Brennan has been active in a number of professional organizations and regularly presents at local, state and national counseling conferences. In addition, she has written a number of scholarly articles and book chapters. Prior to her present position at John Carroll University, she taught in the Art Therapy & Counseling Program at Ursuline College and has worked as a high school teacher and counselor.

Event registration website
http://sites.jcu.edu/ce/pages/counseling-workshops/

Cost
$75

Provider Name
John Carroll University

Provider Email Address
counseladmin@jcu.edu

Provider Phone Number
216 397-1708

Venue Name
John Carroll University - Dolan 202-203

Venue Street Address
1 John Carroll Blvd

Venue City
University Heights

Venue State
Ohio

Venue Zip Code
44118