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Sat, Jul 18


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Ethics of Moral Distress and Courage: Living Our Values

This 5 hour CEU will address challenges that clinicians confront when our values and morals conflict with business, societal and cultural demands and rules.

Registration closes on July 15
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Ethics of Moral Distress and Courage: Living Our Values
Ethics of Moral Distress and Courage: Living Our Values

Time & Location

Jul 18, 2020, 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

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About The Event

Clinicians face ethical decisions about care and treatment of clients daily. Insurance companies, agencies and our financial realities make demands on our time and treatment choices and/or limitations. Current events and clinical examples provide the core for ethical challenges and dilemmas that confront therapists daily. Ethical decision making models and processes will be addressed.

Objectives: Participants will learn: 1) differences between moral injury, distress and courage; 2) three ethical decision making models; 3)  relationship between moral injury and trauma; 4) three ways to transform moral injury into social action using ethical principles; and 5) the relationship between moral courage and living with integrity.



 9:00  -   9:15  Introduction and overview

 9:15  - 10:00  Ethical decision making models; moral injury

10:00  - 10:45  Moral injury, ethical principles and practice

10:45  - 11:30  Review of moral injury and distress; ethical decision making

11:30  - 12:15  Moral injury and trauma; case studies

12:15  - 12:45  LUNCH

12:45  -   1:30  Conflicts between clinician morals and values; professional


  1:30  -    2:15  Transforming moral injury into social action; moral courage

  2:15  -    2:30  Review and questions


  • All participants

    Registration closes on July 15. No exceptions.

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