Ethics: The Recovery Village Columbus Continuing Education Event

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Brio Tuscan Grille

1500 Polaris Parkway

Columbus, OH 43240

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Advanced Recovery Systems and The Recovery Village Columbus invites you to join us for our monthly educational and networking event.

2 Continuing Education hours will be awarded as accredited by NBCC.

Ethics

Presenter:
Jennifer Haywood
Owner, Haywood Counseling

About the Speaker:

Jennifer Haywood has been a clinical social worker and addiction specialist since 1996. She received her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from The Ohio State University and her chemical dependency specialty through her internship at the Addiction Recovery Center at Harding Hospital in Worthington, Ohio. Jennifer has a BA in psychology from the University of Maryland.

Through the years Jennifer has had a variety of work experiences including counseling and supervising in dual diagnosis facilities. Her extensive experience ranges from outpatient individual, marital, group and family counseling with mental health and substance abuse cases to supervising an adolescent AOD unit and children and adolescent dual diagnosis unit.

Since 2003, Jennifer has been adjunct teaching at The Ohio State University in the Bachelors Science Social Work (BSSW) and in the MSW programs with a specialty in diagnosis, theory, mental health and addictions practice classes. She taught DSM 4 diagnosis for 10 years to MSW students who are about to diagnose in the field post-graduation. Jennifer has also taught at Columbus State Community College and at Capital University. At Columbus State, she supervised students for 10 years in their field placement experiences.

Jennifer has been training helping professionals since 1998. Her specialties include diagnosis, motivational interviewing, addictions focus topics, drug-free workplace training, ethics, and supervision. Jennifer goes to agencies state-wide to train staff in treatment models in order to help their clients and has trained all the behavioral health and medical social workers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Motivational Interviewing.

Currently, Jennifer is teaching at OSU in the BSSW program, focusing on the new addictions minor the university is offering.

Jennifer has a private practice in Worthington, Ohio where she specializes in treating addicts and alcoholics, families of addicts and alcoholics, depression, anxiety, post-partum women, women's’ issues, adolescent issues (14+ only), and relationship struggles.

During the presentation:

1. Participants will gain a review of the boundaries and relationships section of the code of ethics focusing on consent to treat, competency, internet boundaries, physical touch, and self-disclosure.
2. Participants will be given case examples of “gray area” situations to consider when actively engaging ethically with clients.
3. Participants will be asked to discuss situations that are a challenge for them ethically in the areas of boundaries and will get feedback on how to be more mindful and professional.

Brunch will be provided.

Please RSVP by Monday, October 14.

We can't wait to see everyone there!

**Please note: Attendees will need to contact their governing body in order to have credits applied. Priority seating is reserved for individuals receiving Continuing Education Credit.**


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