Ethical Courage: Accessing Your Ethical Super Powers
Much has been written on moral courage, especially in the last few years. Participants are introduced to the concept of Ethical Courage which is the willingness to take ethical action despite doubts, the risk of fear, or adverse consequence. Ethical Courage requires careful deliberation, assessment of multiple variables, self-regulation, choosing an ethical response, taking action, and evaluating the outcome. Reflecting on the various Ethical Codes for mental health professionals (NASW, APA, ACA, and AAMFT), applicable Ethical Standards are discussed in reference to Ethical Courage. Social Jus...Read moretice, Diversity, Integrity, Competence, and Dignity are some of the ethical values examined. Finally, participants will be introduced to an Ethical Courage Decision Making Model and given opportunities to apply this model to clinical practice.
Participants will learn about ethical courage, moral injury, identifying ethical standards in the practice of ethical courage, and ethical courage decision making model. Less...
- Define Ethical Courage as it relates to ethical professional practice.
- Demonstrate how to use the Ethical Courage Decision Making Model in your practice.
- Explain how to incorporate the ethical standard of Social Justice in clinical practice
- Advanced Clinicians
Tuesday, January 31, 2023
10:00 AM EST - 03:00 PM ESTRegister for this Webinar
About the speakers
Dayna Guido, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
Dayna became committed to combining the experiential teaching of ethics while providing quality clinical supervision after attending many didactic trainings which did not allow time as a participant to discuss at length, examine, and explore the topic being presented. Whether in her role as a clinical supervisor, trainer, or educator Dayna utilizes experiential learning techniques to engage professionals.
In her 4th decade working in mental health , Dayna is committed to sharing her clinical knowledge on a broader scope. Her book, Creative Ways to Learn Ethics was an effort to share some of her successful training techniques with helping professionals, educators, and trainers. The book includes 20 different trainings in an easy-to-read guide which can be adapted for professional trainings and work with individual clients, groups, and in supervision sessions.
Dayna lives in Asheville, NC. and serves on the NASW-NC Chapter Ethics Committee. She co-authored the book, The Parental Tool Box for Parents and Clinicians. Dayna aspires to use her creative spirit supporting others in pursuit of healthy living.
Jason McKeown, MS, LMFT, CPE, BC-TMH
Jason has been passionate about the healing work of therapy, especially within the family system and the relational aspect of clinical work. His work with families has led to him presenting at multiple conferences and facilitating thousands of parent & family workshops/trainings.
Jason also has worked with other professionals both in the clinical realm but also in collaboration with other professions to increase the opportunities to help heal on a larger scale. Jason has co-authored a book, Museum Objects, Health & Healing to help the ethics and benefits of experiential healing of communities through the use of museums and exhibits.
10:00 – 10:10: Introductions and Housekeeping
10:10 – 12:10: Educational Session Part 1
1:00 – 2:45: Educational Session Part 2
2:45-2:55: Questions and Answers
2:55 – 3:00: Housekeeping and Close
CE Information - Earn 4 CE Credit Hours including
4 Ethics Hour
American Psychological Association
National Board of Certified Counselors
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