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How to Avoid Ethical Pitfalls – Mental Health Professionals (POSTPONED INDEFINITELY)
May 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
***Due to COVID-19 precautions, this event has unfortunately been postponed indefinitely. We will update status when available.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
There is no doubt that navigating the waters of ethical responsibilities in your place of work or practice can seem tricky and sometimes daunting. By being proactive, addressing potential conflicts, and discussing them with colleagues, we can avoid the sticky situations that lead to ethics board hearings, lawsuits, and more. In this training you will review the ethical pitfalls that many mental health professionals encounter and how to avoid them.
This CEU event is geared towards Mental Health Professionals.
CEU Credit Hours Available: 1.5 Hours
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES PRIOR TO THE EVENT
Check in will begin 15 minutes prior to the program beginning. Due to video filming, late attendees will be asked to view the presentation in the Green Room.
PARKING AND BUILDING LOCATION
The best way to locate our building is to search 5025 Riverway Drive, Houston TX 77056 in your GPS and it should take you to the corner adjacent to our building.
Due to ongoing construction in our area, please refer to our Designated Program Parking Areas map for directions on where to park. Designated parking areas will be highlighted in blue. Please do not park in the areas highlighted in red.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Madeline Stiers, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services, Hope and Healing Center & Institute
Madeline joined the Hope and Healing Center & Institute as a Mental Health Coach in 2014. In January, 2018 she became our Director of Clinical Services. She has a Masters of Social Work, Clinical from the University of Houston and a BA in Psychology from Baylor University. She is currently working on a PhD in Social Work at Diana R. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University. Madeline’s interests include chronic mental health issues, trauma, intersection of faith and practice, and supervision. When away from the office, Madeline enjoys running, traveling, cooking, reading, spending time at the beach and being with family and friends and her two cats.