The Ethics of Working with Difficult Clients
Date: Monday, December 5th
Time: 10-11:30 am
Description: Most of us think of 'ethics' as simply doing the right thing, but with new discoveries in behavioral science, the end of the pandemic, followed by a digital takeover, --the ethics of a humanizing therapeutic relationship with each client might be planned and practiced To mirror, join, and support a struggling client's effort towards better mental and emotional health--perhaps this requires new levels of truth. It's genuine to not know the answer, to admit a mistake, or to remain Kind and present with the difficult client. Professional and well-boundaried first, you embody the ethic of social work, then you practice with a renewed and genuine care for the human being; we all are becoming..
Cost: 2 CEU / $25 Nonmember / $15 NASW Member / Free for students (no CEUs)