Ethics & Integrity: Personal & Professional Boundaries in Small Communities

April 12, 6-8 pm
Ethics & Integrity: Personal & Professional Boundaries in Small Communities
2 CEs available
Presenter: Carrie Jameson, LCPC

 

Many of us are members of the specialized communities that we serve.  Most of our ethical codes tell us to be wary of dual relationships. How do we determine which dual relationships are ok and which are not?  What are the considerations for creating dual relationships? How do we navigate dual relationships once they have been established?

In this combination presentation and discussion, we’ll look at the ethical codes, explore boundary violations vs. boundary crossings, and become acquainted with some ethical decision making models.

Join us for timely and relevant information for your practice.

About the Instructor:

Carrie Jameson, MA, LCPC, is a licensed professional counselor and holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in trauma.  She has studied somatic-based psychotherapy as a path to healing and has worked withsurvivors of sexual violence who struggle with depression, anxiety, flashbacks and meaning of life issues.  Also she has a passion for working with people exploring alternative lifestyles and sexuality. Carrie is on the leadership team at Shalom Mountain Retreat Center and leads retreats  in Illinois, Michigan and New York.

 

Visit Carrie’s website at: https://www.carriejameson.com/

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