Presenter: Dr. Marilyn Bader
Time & Dates:
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EST and 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST, September 25, 2012
· Explore issues and dilemmas professionals face when working with prevention programming
· Utilize a framework for resolving ethical dilemmas
· Engage in dialogue about ethical situations
Participants in this 90-minute webinar will develop a more thorough understanding of the ethical dilemmas facing professionals whether those are with other professionals or the youth we serve. Having a clear understanding of the Codes of Ethics that guide professionals will help our decision process during these difficult times. Not only should professionals adhere to their codes of conduct and/or licensure, but it will be helpful to teach youth a similar approach. A variety of ethical scenarios will be presented to help participants make their code of ethics move from a piece of paper in the file to a crucial working document that provides a framework for guiding everyday ethical decision making. The webinar will be based on Elaine Congress’s E.T.H.I.C. framework as well as reference the National Association of Peer Program Professionals’ (NAPPP) Programmatic Standards and Ethics.
This program is recommended for:
· Professional counselors and social workers (LPC, LCSW)
· School counselors, teachers and health educators
· Peer helping professionals (currently implementing peer programs)
· Community educators from health care agencies
A PDF handout with the power point slides will be e-mailed to each registrant to accompany the live presentation. Participants will be e-mailed a CEU certificate from NAPPP following the workshop.
Marilyn Bader is the Prevention Training Coordinator for the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse – St. Louis Area (NCADA). She is a Certified Peer Program Educator (CPPE), Certified Peer Program Trainer/Consultant (CTC) and holds a Missouri Advanced Certified Substance Abuse Program Professional certification. NAPPP recognized her work in the peer helping field by awarding her the National Role Model Award in March 2011. Marilyn previously served on the Board for the National Peer Helping Association and Missouri Peer Helping Association. She currently serves on the Professional Development Committee of NAPPP. In addition, she co-authored the NAPPP workshop on Programmatic Standards and Ethics.
Marilyn has been involved in ethics trainings for the NCADA for several years with their four programs accredited for CEUs by the Missouri Substance Abuse Certification Board as well as the Missouri State Committee for Social Workers. She has trained for many organizations on behalf of NCADA, including the Missouri Division of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Spring Training Institute and the Association of Community Task Forces (ACTMO) annual Prevention Conference.
Marilyn received her B.S. in Education from Southeast Missouri State University, her M.S. in Education and Counseling from Kansas State University (GO Wildcats!), and has an honorary doctorate from Concordia University, Minneapolis-St. Paul.
To Attend:Register for $49 per person (group discounts available). Please visit http://www.dev-resources.com/search_new?p=webinars or call 1-800-251-6805