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Social Work Ethicstravaganza: Ethics and HIV CEUs!
Sat, June 3, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:45 PM EDT
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MAY ATTEND ONE OR BOTH WORKSHOPS IN THIS EVENT. PLEASE SPECIFY YOUR PREFERENCE WHEN REGISTERING.
Social Media and Social Work Ethics (3 Contact Hour CEUs in Ethics)
Lisa Kays PLLC invites you to attend this workshop exploring the intersection of social media, the online world, and technology and our ethical practice as social workers. The workshop will be explore specific cases and questions about our work in the digital age in the context of the NASW Code of Ethics and the practical and clinical experience of other participants. In addition, participants will be invited to explore their own feelings, reactions, attitudes and beliefs as relates to the online world and their practice and to develop and discuss clinical approaches with clients that take into account a diverse, tolerant approach to the digital world we all now navigate.
Learning objectives of the course:
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify three principles within the NASW Code of Ethics relevant to the use of social media in social work practice.
2. Identify three personal or cultural assumptions, feelings or beliefs guiding their attitudes and practices related to the online world, social media or the use of technology in practice.
3. Apply principles within the NASW Code of Ethics to clinical scenarios related to the online world, technology or social media.
4. Identify three ways to protect the safety and confidentiality of clients in the digital world.
This course is appropriate for social workers at the following levels of practice: beginning and intermediate.
Because the workshop is highly participatory and draws heavily on clinician questions and scenarios, it is applicable to a wide-range of social workers at varying levels of experience. Indeed, social workers will walk away with different take-aways depending in their level/experience in practice, as outlined below:
Beginner: Beginning social workers will have an opportunity to explore how social media can and does impact their practice, and to start to develop their own values and identity—based on and informed by the NASW Code of Ethics and experiences of more advanced clinicians—related to how they may or may not interact with social media and/or integrate it into their work.
Intermediate: Intermediate level social workers who may have developed a more cohesive professional identity and values will be able to explore how social media may or may not fit into that identity and their values. They may explore and benefit more from discussion of strategies for managing clinical scenarios related to social media based on those that have emerged in their prior experience. In addition, they will have an opportunity to reflect on and review practices they have been engaging on and to assess their appropriateness in light of the NASW Code of Ethics and input from other clinicians.
The workshop will be led by Lisa Kays, LICSW, LCSW-C. Lisa began writing and thinking about the ethics and influence of technology and social practice as an MSW student and has continued to teach, write, and learn about these issues throughout her career as a social worker since 2011. With an MA in international print journalism and a prior career in public relations and communications, Lisa has experience with and knowledge of the practical elements of technology and social media that she blends with her practice as a social worker and brings to these workshops.
9 a.m.-9:15 a.m.: Introductions and questions/situations of interest related to topic
9:15 a.m.-9:30 a.m.: Overview of topic
9:30 a.m.-10:30: Overview of NASW Code of Ethics as relates to topic and applicable research and findings
10:30-11 a.m.: Experiential, participatory role play related to topic and processing/discussion
11 a.m.-11:30.: Discussion of case examples
11:30-11:45 a.m.: Overview of concrete means to incorporate safer practices into clinical interactions and administrative procedures
11:45-noon: Q&A and evaluations
Date: Saturday, June 3, 2017
Time: 9 a.m. to noon
Location: TBA, somewhere in Washington, D.C.
CEUs: Participants successfully completing this workshop and the course evaluation will receive 3 face-to-face Ethics Continuing Education credits in Ethics.
Fees: $60, payable at this Eventbrite link. To pay by check, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
In order to receive CEUs and certificate, attendees must attend the full workshop, sign in and complete a course evaluation. CEU certificates will be handed out at the end of the workshop.
This organization, Lisa Kays PLLC #1526, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Program. Lisa Kays PLLC maintains responsibility for the program. ASWB Approval Period: 1/27/16 to 1/27/19. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits. Social workers participating in this course will receive 3 ethics continuing education clock hours.
If you have questions or concerns about the course content, references or content evaluation, contact Lisa Kays at email@example.com or 202-350-1640.
If you have questions or concerns about registration, facilities, accommodation for disability, or course administration, contact Lisa Kays at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-350-1640.
Any concerns, complaints or grievances related to this workshop may be addressed to Dr. Eileen Dombo at email@example.com.
Getting It On: Sex Positive and Ethical Social Work in the Age of HIV (3 Contact Hours of CEUs applicable to Ethics and the D.C. HIV requirement)
Sex, sexuality, and HIV are topics that social workers often feel unprepared to address with clients. A combination of discomfort with the topics and lack of knowledge often lead to us avoiding these discussions. In this workshop, you will learn more about the HIV epidemic in metro DC as well as gain insights into working with clients utilizing a sex positive approach to sexual expression and HIV prevention. Participants will learn an objective tool to help guide conversations around sexual health as well as discuss real world case studies.
Learning objectives of the course:
As a result of this workshop, participants will:
1. Gain an understanding of the current HIV epidemic in the Metro DC area. 2. Learn up-to-date bio-medical approaches to HIV prevention. 3. Gain insight on client-centered social work relevant to sex and HIV.
4. Be able to guide their work through a sexual health ethical framework.
This course is appropriate for social workers at all levels of practice: beginning, intermediate and advanced.
The workshop will be led by Erin Nortrup, LCSW-C and Michael Giordano, LICSW. Erin Nortrup is a mission-driven professional with over 20 years of experience in the social services field and 13 years of experience in the HIV field. Erin currently serves as director of program operations at AIDS United.. She previously served as director of support services at Cascade AIDS Project in Portland, Oregon and director of programs at the Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) in Washington D.C. Erin has served in a variety of capacities, from youth and family counselor to coordinator of HIV prevention services to clinical supervisor, with a consistent focus on providing high quality services from a position of cultural humility and centering the involvement and leadership of people accessing services. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Ladder to Leadership program in 2011.
Based in Washington, DC, Michael Giordano has been a Clinical Social Worker since 1999. He earned his MSW from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and worked in small non-profits before entering private practice in 2007. While serving a wide range of clients and their concerns, his main interests are gender identity, trauma, and sex therapy. He is a member of several professional organizations, including the Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work (GWSCSW) and the Community-Academic Consortium for Research on Alternative Sexualities (CARAS). Mike is a adoptive dad, an avid yogi, and a budding martial artist. www.WhatIHearYouSaying.com mike.Giordano.MSW@gmail.com
Brainstorming around stigmas
Current epidemic stats in metro DC
Paper Toss Activities: Exploring sexual ethics
Review Six Principles of Sexual Health
Review of relevant Code of Ethics
Discussion of what HIV positive and sexually active people want from their therapists/social workers
Current HIV treatment/prevention
Summary/Q & A
Date: Saturday, June 3, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm to 4:45 pm (15 minute break)
Location: TBA, Washington, DC
CEUs: Participants successfully completing this workshop and the course evaluation will receive 3 face- to-face Ethics and HIV Continuing Education credits.
Fees: $60 at eventbrite.com link. To pay by check, please email Mike.Giordano.MSW@gmail.com for instructions.
In order to receive CEUs and certificate, attendees must attend the full workshop, sign in at the beginning and end of the session and complete a course evaluation. CEU certificates will be handed out at the end of the workshop.
This workshop is approved for social work ethics and HIV continuing education by the District of Columbia Board of Social Work. Michael Giordano and Erin Norturp maintain responsibility for the program. Social workers participating in this course will receive 3 ethics and HIV continuing education clock hours.
If you have questions or concerns about the course content, references or content evaluation, registration, facilities, accommodation for disability, or course administration, contact Michael Giordano at Mike.Giordano.MSW@gmail.com or 202-460-6384.