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NASW VT JEDI Ethics Forum

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Join the NASW VT JEDI Committee for their ETHICS FORUM Linda Li, LICSW, NASW VT Chapter President, will be giving a brief presentation on cultural competency and social work ethics. Then participants will discuss case scenarios in small groups. As with any ethical dilemma, social workers are advised to identify the ethical standards in conflict, seek peer consultation, and document their...

In Our Own Voice

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One CEU approved by NASW VT In Our Own Voice (IOOV) is an interactive presentation that aims to change assumptions and stereotypes about people living with mental health conditions. Two trained presenters with lived experience of a mental health condition talk openly about their experiences and how they have found pathways to hope and healing. Audience members will have the opportunity...

Ethical Boundaries with Clients in Clinical Social Work


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Empowering and Developing the New Clinical Social Worker Series Rebecca Rondeau, LICSW Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom, LICSW 1 Clinical Category A CE approved by NASW NH # 3959 Free for NASW Members and Social Work Students, $25 for not-yet members Topics relating to appropriate and ethical boundaries with clients will be explored including connection to NASW Code of Ethics, examples...

Ethical Issues in Case Termination, Case Refusal and Referral

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As professionals who have a duty of care to our clients, we are obligated to avoid undue abandonment of our clients. However, social workers at all levels encounter the need to terminate services, to re-fuse accepting a case, and to make appropriate referrals as needed. In each of these situations there are multiple ethical and risk management issues that must be considered and addressed if we...

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