Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society
THE ETHICAL DUTY OF CARE AND THE UNTHINKABLE: PREPARING FOR RUPTURES IN YOUR PRACTICE DUE TO IMPAIRMENT OR DEATH
In this virtual workshop, Sylvia Brown, LCSW, JD presents critical information about ethically preparing your practice for both the unexpected and the inevitable. She will cover the topic of professional wills, as well as other necessary strategies to consider. 3 Ethics CE credits are available.
Time & Location
Oct 08, 2022, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Zoom link will be provided on 10/07/22
PRESENTER: SYLVIA BROWN, LCSW, JD
Sylvia Brown (she/her) is a clinical social worker with a background as a practicing attorney and Law professor. While working as a trauma therapist in private practice in Philadelphia, she has maintained a particular interest in the legal and ethical frameworks in which psychotherapists work. She has presented to the PAGPS in the past on the duty of continuity of care when impaired or at the end of life and the creative ways clinicians can model how to face mortality with caring--for one's own loved ones, one's clients and one's professional colleagues.
3 CE credits for Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists, & Professional Counselors
From attendance at this virtual event, participants will be able to:
1. Prepare clients for possible disruptions in the therapeutic alliance due to the impairment of the clinician.
2. Prepare for the legally and ethically effective delivery of care in the case of a clinician’s impairment.
3. Design a plan to organize the legal, ethical, and therapeutically effective handling of case files in case of impairment.
4. Assess for and respond to personal resistance to preparing for one’s impairment.
Because we are issuing Ethics CEU’s, any attedees needing credits must be present for the full three hours with their video feed on, beginning promptly at 9:00AM.
Welcome and Introductions
General Admission, Equity Rate
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General Admission, Member Rate
+$1.88 service fee
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General Admission, Non-Member
+$2.50 service fee
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