|Start Date||Wednesday, July 17, 2019|
|Event Times||Registration: 8:00am
Community Mental Health Association of Michigan Training Center
426 S. Walnut, Lansing, MI 48933View Google Map
|Event Details||This presentation will engage participants in a multi-media, multi-sensory format, teaching to all styles of learning. Case study material will be utilized, with video clips presented from social work and substance use disorder treatment disciplines, and didactic material that addresses both the conceptual and practical level. The conceptual foundation of ethics represents an inherent and essential framework for behavioral health, including clinical social work, case management, peer-based recovery support, and substance use disorder services. While assuming all ethical standards and professional codes of ethics represent identical approaches to care, in reality significant differences exist. Many licensed social workers also hold certification as a CADC or CAADC, and must adhere to more than one code of ethics, significantly complicating their interactions with persons served. In this presentation, emphasis is given to examining personal values and ethical concepts, contrasting those personal beliefs to professional codes of ethics, and determining appropriate approaches to clientele. In addition, given the demands within behavioral health, particularly treatment of substance use disorders, boundary crossings as well as boundary violations receive prominent focus and attention. While some presentations in ethics exhibit a dry, boring, and sterile coverage of standards and professional codes, this training will actively engage participants, prioritizing current issues in the field through use of controversial topics and issues. Participants should come prepared for a thought-provoking, emotionally challenging, actively engaged day.|
$115 CMHAM Members
Payment will be required at the time of registration
8:30am Overview and fundamental concepts of ethics
9:15am Confidentiality (HIPAA, Michigan Mental Health Code,
42CFR, 49CFR, Attachment F-MDOC)
10:30am Confidentiality Exceptions, Professional Boundaries,
and Dual Relationships
11:30am Ethical Problem Solving Model
12:45pm Case study material in small groups
2:45pm Continuation of case study in small groups
3:30pm Questions, evaluation
Participants will be able to:
1. List examples of beneficence, non-maleficence, and autonomy.
2. Differentiate between personal and professional ethics.
3. Name the three most frequent boundary violations by social workers and substance use disorder (SUD) professionals.
4. Recognize differences between the NASW Code of Ethics, the MCBAP Code of Ethics and the NAADAC Code of Ethics.
5. Cite at least 8 of 12 general ethical boundary violations.
6. Solve ethical violations and apply ethical principles in a minimum of six case studies.
|Who Should Attend||This training is appropriate for social workers and substance use disorders professionals. Social work practice levels: intermediate and advanced.|
Thomas (Tom) L. Moore, MS, MA, LMSW, LLP, CAADAC, MAC, CCS
Owner and Principle, Two Moons, LLC
Thomas L. Moore is the founder and principal of Two Moons Consulting. Prior to the formation of this training and consulting LLC in 2014, Tom was the Director of Workforce Development for Cherry Health in Grand Rapids. Prior roles included: Director of Informatics, Quality Management and Research for Proaction Behavioral Health Alliance, and Clinical Director of Life Guidance Services. Tom has served as a part-time instructor for Western Michigan University since 1986, in both the Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology (CECP) Department and in the Specialty Program for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (SPADA). He holds graduate degrees in Education and Psychology from Indiana University and Vermont College of Norwich University respectively, and currently serves as the chair of the Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP).
Social Workers: This course qualifies for a maximum of 6 CEs and fulfills the Michigan Social Work Licensing Board’s requirement for licensure renewal for ethics. The Community Mental Health Association is an approved provider with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative. Approved Provider Number: MICEC 060818.
Substance Abuse Professionals: CMHAM is approved by Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP). CMHAM maintains the responsibility for the program and content. Substance Abuse Professionals participating in this training may receive a maximum of 6 contact hours. This training fulfills the MCBAP approved treatment ethics code education – specific. It is important that attendees keep a copy of the conference program brochure containing the workshop descriptions along with their attendance record form.
Psychologist: MPA is co-sponsoring with CMHAM. The Michigan Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. MPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. Important Notice: Those who attend the training and complete the MPA evaluation form will receive 6 continuing education credits. Please note that APA CE rules require that we give credit only to those who attend the entire workshop. Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the start time or leaving before the workshop is completed will not receive CE credits.
|Cancellation Policy||Substitutions are permitted at any time. No-shows will be billed at the full training rate. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 10 business days prior to the conference for a full refund less a $25 administrative fee. If cancellation is received less than 10 business days prior to the training, no refund will be given.|
|Weather Policy||Trainings will take place as scheduled and we will not be able to refund training fees. In the event of severe weather, please check the www.macmhb.org website for scheduling delays and event updates.|