June 5, 2024
Length: 3 training hours
Updated content for 2024! This training will focus on self-reflection of what it means to be ethical in relation to your work. Explore the concept of “ethic-centric” practices and how those show up in the nuances of community mental health services. Topics this will be applied to include; managing burnout and compassion fatigue, how we show up in our professional relationships, the provision of culturally congruent care, engagement in professional development, and the application of emerging/best practices.
- Participants will explore and be able to articulate how ethics show up in relation to day-to-day ways of being at work.
- Participants will engage in self-reflection to explore their strengths and areas for growth as related to ethic-centric practice.
- Participants will identify practices that they can use to keep themselves centered in maintaining ethic-centric presence at work.