This course will review common ethical concerns and decision making. The importance of professional ethics will be discussed. Basic ethical situations in relation to managing social media, competency, documentation and boundaries will be reviewed as well. Finally, ethical decision making models and the DO ART model of decision making will be explored. The purpose and need for ethical decision making models will be discussed.
- Develop an understanding of the importance of ethics
- Review basic ethical concerns in relation to: social media, competency, documentation, boundaries
- Explore types of ethical decision making models
- Discuss the DO ART model of ethical decision making
Carolanne E. Semancik, MS Ed., PCC-S, LICDC-CS
Carolanne Semancik has worked in the field of inpatient chemical dependency for over seven years. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and her Master's degree in Community Mental Health from Youngstown State University. Carolanne is currently a Clinical Supervisor at Glenbeigh in Rock Creek, Ohio. She has received training and has practiced as a counselor and clinical supervisor (including the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of DSM-V disorders) in mental health care utilizing an integrated counseling approach in individual, group, substance abuse supervision and family/couples formats with children, adolescents and adults. Carolanne is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Psychology from Grand Canyon University.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Presentation: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Noon)
This is a ZOOM platform educational program. Access information will be shared with registered guests.
Continuing Education Credits have been applied for.
For more information, please contact Pawley Bornstein at 440-710-3242.
Glenbeigh provides educational events at no cost as part of our community benefit initiative. Glenbeigh is a non-profit hospital providing the highest quality healthcare to those in need of alcohol and drug addiction treatment and supports ongoing addiction recovery efforts.