Fri, Oct 25|
Central Jersey Family Health Consortium
N. BRUNSWICK - WARNING BOUNDARY CROSSING AHEAD
Identify and successfully manage challenging ethical dilemmas involving boundaries in social work practice
Time & Location
Oct 25, 2019, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, 30 Silverline Drive, 2nd floor, Suite 1, North Brunswick Township, NJ 08902, USA
About the event
Studies indicate that one of the most complex and challenging tasks for social workers is to effectively manage boundaries. Despite ethics education, agency rules, and licensure regulations, boundary mismanagement remains commonplace for both the novice and seasoned social worker. Boundary issues, including dual/multiple relationships, exist in a variety of different settings, in all areas of social work practice and in every type of relationship. In this highly interactive workshop, participants will explore the ethical standard of Conflicts of Interest focusing on the unique and difficult issues that arise in relationships with clients, colleagues, mentors, and supervisors. Critical management of social worker self-disclosure, living and working in smaller communities and professional involvement with members of the same family will be addressed.
The presenter will also highlight how the use of technology in our personal and professional lives has and will continue to impact the evolution of how we identify, approach and resolve ethical dilemmas around conflicts of interest.
Please contact Leslie with any questions or concerns @ LsTsukroff@aol.com or @ 973-879-1678.
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