Most helping professionals take the ethics of their professions very seriously. However, they only study them once, memorizing the words and general implications without exploring the conflicts that they may create. They call themselves value-based professionals but sometimes minimize value-based transgressions or rationalize transactions involving clients, client systems or organizational stakeholders that are somewhat less than value-based. And though they regularly ask clients to demonstrate virtuous strength (e.g., courage, hope, compassion, fortitude, etc.) they themselves, live a double-life symbolized by avoiding encounters in their professional or personal lives that call for virtuous actions. During this seminar, which will blend personal and professional assessment, participants will consider new questions and invitations for their own growth and development.
For more information Contact:
New Mexico Highlands University
Lou Ann Romero, Continuing Education
Lou Ann Romero
May 30, 2014
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
NMHU Espanola Campus
1227 N. Railroad Ave.
10.00 per CEU
Checks payable to:
Highlands School of Social Work.
Please call or email to confirm
attendance. Space is limited!