In the age of various forms of social media, boundaries that exist between clients and clinicians are becoming much more ambiguous. In response to this ever-changing phenomenon, this training will address ethical considerations related to dual and multiple relationships when utilizing various forms of social media. Moreover, ethical considerations related to privacy and confidentiality when utilizing electronic medical records will be examined. This training is ideal for social workers with various levels of experience. Furthermore, we will discuss sections of the NASW Code of Ethics related to conflicts of interest and client records. This training is ideal for social workers with various levels of experience.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
1.) Understand the bearing that social media has on our professional relationships with clients.
2.) Discuss boundary violations that can possibly occur on various forms of social media.
3.) Discuss privacy and confidentiality concerns when using electronic and / or automated medical records.
This workshop awards 6 contact hours of ETHICS CE Credit approved by NASW DC Metro Chapter
Corey Beauford received his MSW from Howard University. He has years of experience in clinical supervision, HIV / AIDS, Co Occurring Disorders, and Domestic Violence. He is also the Founder and President of Inspired Consulting Group, LLC.
Note on accommodations: If you require accommodations to permit your attendance or participation, please provide a written request along with completed registration form and conference payment at least 30 days prior to the registration deadline for the workshop or conference. Requests received after this deadline may not be received in time to process and be fulfilled in time for the activity. Thank you.
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