This training is sponsored generously by the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWHN). Therefore, only those individuals employed by a Detroit Wayne Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health program are allowed to register.
Training Series Description: Infant and early childhood mental health home professionals use the therapeutic relationship to promote family growth and change. Relationship-based work, the intimacy of the home, and the presence of a very young child can, in combination, blur the boundaries between the practitioner’s professional and personal responses and can add complexity to the identification of ethical issues. Central to our work and critical to assessing and understanding ethical and boundary issues is a cultural- and diversity-informed lens. This training will integrate this lens throughout our exploration of ethics, ethical theory, and ethical decision-making within infant mental health work.
This training will include discussion of ethical theory and ethical decision-making frameworks with a focus on cultural considerations and real-world experiences. A case example will be used to bring the content to life by integrating theory and practice through case presentation and small group discussions.
Speakers: Carla Barron, PhD, LMSW, IMH-E® & Beverly Weathington, LMSW
Date and Time:
Re-scheduled for Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (ET)
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Registration deadlines: Registration will close on September 26, 2022