Ethics, Diversity, and Risk Management (3 hours)

$149.00

Mental health and family law practitioners make recommendations and decisions that impact parents and children daily but may not have an empirically-informed process for doing so.  Recognizing that families in conflict are complex and present challenging dynamics, this workshop highlights the importance of using decision-trees and examining our own mental shortcuts (heuristics) as we are all subject to biases, value judgments, and “blind spots.”

Mental health and family law practitioners make recommendations and decisions that impact parents and children daily but may not have an empirically-informed process for doing so.  Recognizing that families in conflict are complex and present challenging dynamics, this workshop highlights the importance of using decision-trees and examining our own mental shortcuts (heuristics) as we are all subject to biases, value judgments, and “blind spots.” The interplay between ethical practice and diversity from a culture and systems perspective will be highlighted along with a strategy to develop new frameworks to mitigate risks for the practitioner and the families they serve.

Event Details

Date: May 05, 2022

Start time: 15:00 EDT

End time: 17:00 EDT

Venue: Virtual Series

Phone: (941) 855-0255

Email: projectmgr@thencpc.com

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