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Pick One or Both: 3-hour Ethics Training & 3-hour Supervision Training (Cleveland)
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/3/2019
When: Friday, May 3
9:00 AM
Where: Beechbrook
3737 Lander Rd​
Cleveland, Ohio  44124
United States
Presenter: LaToya Logan
Contact: NASW Ohio Chapter
614-461-4484


Online registration is available until: 5/3/2019
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Take a 3-hour supervision course and/or a 3-hour ethics course to fulfill your licensure requirements! CEUs for social workers and counselors.


Addressing and Resolving Ethical Dilemmas

9 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets ethics requirement 
Presented by LaToya Logan

 

The purpose of this training is to help social workers identify ethical dilemmas related to diagnosing, discharging, duty to report, and conflicts with personal values. The NASW Code of Ethics will be reviewed in conjunction with State of Ohio Revised Codes to increase knowledge of ethical expectations in practice. Social workers will learn the effective way to audit a potential ethical dilemma to develop a plan to resolve the issue. The training will include tips for documentation, the reporting process, and follow up, if appropriate. Using several vignettes, participants will be broken into small groups to assess clinical interactions posing potential ethical issues. This training is applicable to all skill levels.

Effective Supervision: A learning and outcomes-based model

1:15-4:30 p.m., 3 CEUs for social workers and counselors, meets supervision requirement
Presented by LaToya Logan

Supervision is a necessary function of behavioral health, not only to provide clinical oversight, but also to develop the clinician’s skills. Regardless of the type of supervision, it’s expected that it will aid in the professional growth of the clinician and positively influence the therapeutic relationship. This training will cover the purpose of clinical and administrative supervision, highlighting the responsibility of both the supervisor and supervisee. Tools will be provided to support the learning process with examples of a learning contract and other documentation. This is designed for those seeking supervision and supervisors who would like to learn new skills.

 

LaToya Logan has over ten years of experience in the field of social work providing supervision, training, and program evaluation. LaToya is a seasoned clinician, specializing in trauma, criminal justice, and crisis management in various settings including, but not limited to, correctional facilities, hospital, and outpatient. LaToya operates a clinical consulting company, Logan Clinical Consultations, providing clinical and administrative supervision to social workers seeking advanced licensure and human service trainings at community mental health agencies, mental health boards, and conferences. LaToya earned a bachelor’s in English education from Michigan State University, master’s in social administration from Case Western Reserve University, Certificate in Forensic Social Work, and a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management. She has also completed the doctoral program at Walden University and is working toward completion of the dissertation.

Cost:

NASW Members: $45 for 1 workshop/$80 for 2 workshops
NASW Student Members: $10 for 1 workshop/$15 for 2 workshops
Non-Members: $75 for 1 workshop/$140 for 2 workshops

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