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CE Live Webinar: Ethics and Self-Disclosure in Clinical Practice

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To self-disclose or not to self-disclose? Ethics and Self-Disclosure in Clinical Practice. Earn 3 CE Ethics credits

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This CEU will be provided as a Live and Interactive Webinar. All participants will receive a link to join the webinar.

3 CE Ethics Credits

“To self-disclose or not to self-disclose?” Is a question that requires more than a simple yes or no answer. Most clinicians were taught not to self-disclose and that self-disclosure has dangerous ethical consequences. When clinicians self-disclose they often have a nagging feeling they shouldn’t have. Few clinicians have had the opportunity to intentionally consider: Can self-disclosure be ethical? Can self-disclosure be therapeutic? If so, who, what, where, and when would a clinician self-disclose? A review of the research and exploration of resources for intentional consideration of self-disclosure will enable participants to develop confidence in their discernment and understanding of self-disclosure in clinical practice.

Learning Objectives:

  • After this course, the participants will be able to recognize and define verbal and non-verbal self-disclosure and ethical issues related to clinical social work.
  • After this course, the participants will be able to critically evaluate the use and risks of self-disclosure in ethical, clinical social work practice.
  • After this course, the participants will be able to articulate a professional understanding of their own use of ethical and therapeutic self-disclosure in clinical social work practice.

Presenter: Timothy Dearhamer, LCSW

Timothy Dearhamer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with children, youth, adults, and families through the grief journey. Timothy knows we all need help, at some time or another, during our life journey. Timothy has over 25 years of experience working with a variety of peoples. Timothy’s work has been in rural Oklahoma and Arkansas, urban Pennsylvania, and 3 years in London, England. Timothy has been thinking systematically about ethical practice and theory for 30 years. Timothy holds an MSW with a Certificate in Social Work with American Indians from The University of Oklahoma, an MDiv from Phillips Theological Seminary, and a BA from Northeastern State University.

For OKLAHOMA Attendees:

This training has been reviewed and approved by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers Provider Number #20210014

As a Live Webinar, this seminar will serve as Category 1 credit for all LCSWs in Oklahoma.

Currently, the Oklahoma LPC Board is operating under a state of emergency and is not currently processing applications for CE pre-approval while the State of Emergency is in effect. However, the Board has adopted a stay of enforcement of pre-approval requirements for both ethics and supervision CE, and therefore at this time it is not necessary to request pre-approval. If the CE in question is not ethics or supervision CE, then the Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) does not require Board pre-approval. The regulations state that the CE must meet the requirements in the OAC. The Board has created a “cheat sheet” to help determine if a presentation would meet the OAC requirements. You may find this information at the link below.

https://www.ok.gov/behavioralhealth/documents/C.E.%20APPROVAL%20-%20REQUIREMENTS.pdf

For TEXAS Attendees:

Effective 9/1/20, the rules related to CEU providers are repealed. The state will no longer be certifying CEU providers for Social Workers, LPCs, or LMFTs. Each license holder is now responsible for individually determining whether the CEU workshop is appropriate for your required continuing education. The Texas Administrative Code does offer some guidelines for this. They all require that CEU providers take attendance, be qualified and teach on appropriate/relevant content, use an evaluation instrument, and keep records for a few years, requirements which The Grief Center CE Presentations meet.

For ARKANSAS Attendees:

The Arkansas Social Work Board does not pre-approve continuing education workshops. It is the licensee's responsibility, using his/her professional judgement, to determine the workshops that are applicable and appropriate to his/her professional development as a social worker and that they meet the definition of SWCE.

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