Fri, Nov 05


GoToWebinar details after registration.

Ethics of Moral Distress and Injury: Living Our Values (1)

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
See other events
Ethics of Moral Distress and Injury: Living Our Values (1)

Time & Location

Nov 05, 2021, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

GoToWebinar details after registration.

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  -  10:55 BREAK

10:55  -  11:40  Review of moral injury and distress; ethical decision making

11:40  -  12:25  Moral injury and trauma; case studies

12:25   -    1:15  LUNCH

  1:15    -    2:00 Conflicts between clinician morals and values; professional


  2:00   -    3:00  Transforming moral injury into social action; moral courage

                               case studies and discussion

  3:00   -    3:30  Review and questions





  • All participants