Ethics in Service Coordination: Identifying and Managing Ethical Situations
**FREE for active PSC designation holders! Contact Therese Foust only if you are an active PSC to register. (Must have proof of PSC Designation)**.
Ethical dilemmas arise when people have two or more conflicting obligations. Some conflicts arise between professionals and the people they serve; other conflicts arise between professionals and their own employers. This workshop will provide participants with a strategic framework for engaging others and working together to resolve challenging ethical situations.
Who Should Attend: All
- Engage with others to resolve ethical issues
- Employ four approaches to ethical analysis and resolution, including legalism, deontology, teleology, and virtue ethics
- Evaluate the effectiveness of how ethical issues were handled.
About the Presenter
Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD is Professor of Social Work at FAU. Dr. Barsky teaches conflict resolution, professional ethics, and conscious use of self. His book authorships include Conflict Resolution for the Helping Professions (Oxford University Press), Clinicians in Court (Guilford Press), and Ethics and Values in Social Work (Oxford University Press). He is Past Chair of the National Association of Social Work National Ethics Committee and currently chairs a national task force to review and update the NASW Code of Ethics to take the use of electronic technology into account. In 2015, Dr. Barsky won the NASW “Excellence in Ethics Award” and in 2007 Dr. Barsky won the FAU Creative Scholar Award. For further information on Dr. Barsky’s publications, please see http://www.barsky.org/publications.html
This webinar meets the following HUD Service Coordinator Training Requirements Area(s):
Optional:Ethics and Confidentiality
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