Tuesday, November 29, 2016, 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Ethics in the Workplace
Professional Continuing Education Series
Join us for this workshop that is part of our intermediate to advanced-level workshop series for human services and behavioral healthcare professionals working in clinical, educational, medical, and rehabilitation settings.
Richard B. Graff, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA
Behavior analytic practitioners encounter potential ethical dilemmas in the workplace on a regular basis. Some of these issues are straightforward, and experienced BCBAs can deal with these situations easily. However, on occasion, more difficult and complex ethical situations arise. Recognizing and dealing effectively with these situations is a critical skill that all behavior analysts must have.
This presentation begins with a review of some common ethical dilemmas that can arise in the workplace. Then, we will review how to assess if an issue rises to the level of being considered an ethical violation. Next, we will review some strategies for evaluating the complexity of the situation, which may dictate whether the behavior analyst can resolve the situation on their own, or if additional resources would be needed. Finally, we will review the steps necessary to deal with a complex ethical dilemma.
Understanding how to recognize and deal with complex ethical issues will not only help you protect your clients, but will help to protect you as well.
CE Approved for:
2 BCBA CEUs
Registration is required for all who attend. Registration for this event does commit you for attendance at this CE workshop. If you need to cancel, cancellations must be received 24 hours prior to the event by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
$30 for guests; May Institute employees may attend free-of-charge. Guests can pay by cash or check on the day of the event.
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