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Wed, Mar 20

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EPCC Administrative Service Center

Maintaining an Ethical Inner Balance: One-Day Conference

This event is being offered to enhance knowledge and skills to maintain ethical standards while working within the context of a divisive climate. Come learn from legal professionals as well as local helping professionals on best practices and ethical implications for work with your clients!

Maintaining an Ethical Inner Balance: One-Day Conference
Maintaining an Ethical Inner Balance: One-Day Conference

Time & Location

Mar 20, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM MDT

EPCC Administrative Service Center, 9050 Viscount Blvd, El Paso, TX 79925, USA

About this Training

Hosted and brought to you by the Borderland CEU Enhancement Social Work Committee in partnership with the Diversity and Resiliency Institute of El Paso (DRIEP), a program of the Borderland Rainbow Center.

This event is being offered to enhance knowledge and skills to maintain ethical standards while working within the context of a divisive climate. Come learn from legal professionals as well as local helping professionals on best practices and ethical implications for work with your clients!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Social Workers, LPC's, LMFT's, students and other professionals working in or planning to work in physical health & mental health care settings or any other human organization settings.

*If you need accessibility accommodations please contact driep.help@borderlandrainbow.org at least three business days before the event.

CONFERENCE MORNING SESSION- 8:50 am

Cultural Humility and Ethical Practice: Why it’s Okay to Not Know Everything!

Presented by Dr. Robert M. Ortega, MSW, PhD, Associate Dean for Educational Programs at The University of Michigan School of Social Work​

This workshop grounds participants in cultural humility in practice and connects it firmly within an ethics framework. Participants will explore the real challenges of working cross-culturally with clients and in their workspace.

Objectives: 

In this workshop participants will be able to:

1. Define cultural humility

2. Examine core skills for demonstrating cultural humility

3. Describe the relationship between cultural humility and ethical practice

4. Describe at least one example of how cultural humility and ethical practice can improve their working relationships.

LUNCH PROVIDED

12:10 pm

CONFERENCE AFTERNOON SESSION- 12:55 pm

Panel Discussion- Social Workers Incorporating Cultural Diversity in Various Settings

Panelists include social workers from Private practice, schools, Academia, Military, Non-Profit & For Profit

This panel discussion will aim to enrich social worker’s understanding, skills, and attitudes towards cultural diversity, enhancing their ability to provide effective and culturally sensitive support to diverse client populations. Themes of the panel will focus on advocacy and social justice, reflective practice and self-awareness, and promoting inclusive practice.

Objectives: 

In this panel session, participants will be able to:

1. Discuss advocating for equity and social justice, recognizing and addressing systemic barriers that affect diverse communities.

2. Apply self-reflection to recognize their own cultural biases, fostering continuous personal growth and professional development.

3. Describe methods to create inclusive environments that embrace diversity, ensuring that social work practices accommodate and honor cultural differences.

Group registration is available! You may register up to 20 participants for your group. Each ticket requires a registration form and you must have the acutal participant's name and email on the registration. For example, if you register 5 people, you will fill out 5 registration forms and must include the individual's names and emails so that they receive their tickets. Do not put your own name and email on all 5 registration forms. 

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Do you need to request accommodations?

Contact  (cwtcdocs@gmail.com)

Registration

  • Student

    Sale ends: Mar 19, 5:00 PM MDT
    $15.00
  • Regular Registration

    Sale ends: Mar 19, 5:00 PM MDT
    $95.00
  • Retired Social Worker

    Sale ends: Mar 19, 5:00 PM MDT
    $85.00
  • Military

    Sale ends: Mar 19, 5:00 PM MDT
    $85.00

Total

$0.00

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