Members Only Event Description
Both in and outside of the therapy room, clinicians are inundated with moralizing be it from the news, social media, our own internal criticism as well as clients' strong opinions. This seminar will provide updates on current ethical issues impacting private practitioners, discuss common ethical decision-making pitfalls, as well as explore the role of therapists as ethicists when clients bring their own moral dilemmas into the session. To allow for deeper learning, we will utilize case presentation, small group discussion, as well as an interactive Q&A with Attorney Elizabeth Willey who joins us with extensive experience representing Healthcare providers in litigation and Ashley Greenwell, Psychologist & Utah Psychological Association Ethics Consultant.
Members only event - you must be logged in to Wild Apricot to register.
About the Presenters
Ashley Greenwell, PhD is a Psychologist and Utah Psychological Association Ethics Consultant. Elizabeth Willey, JD is a Nurse Attorney who has extensive experience representing Healthcare Providers in litigation.
*****To obtain CEUs for this event you must log in to the Zoom event using your first and last name and attend the entire event. After the event, you must complete a CEU credit form. Both the zoom link and CEU credit form will be emailed to you the day before the presentation.
This event is pending approval for 2 CEUs by: