Ethics working with Children and Youth
3 CEU/clock hours
Location: 115 Stillman Hall
TARGET AUDIENCE: SOCIAL WORKERS AND STUDENTS
Participants will actively engage in this ethics training related to working with children and youth via self-reflection of their own practice, review of case scenarios, and development of an individual ethics enhancement plan. Attendees will be reminded of the meaning of the core social work values and ethical standards, and will discuss the application to their own current practice with children and youth.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- List and define the 6 core social work values
- Describe steps in an ethical decision making model and apply to case scenarios related to working with children and youth
- Discuss the importance of self-awareness as it relates to ethical behavior in working with children and youth
Meet your presenter: Teri Kinsway, MSW, LISW-S
Ms. Kinsway has worked in the social services field for over 30 years. Currently she works for OSU on the Marion and Columbus campus. She is also a licensed school social worker and provides contract mental health services at the Ohio State School for the Blind. She provides training and consultation to a variety of agencies, and LISW supervision to social workers. She loves being a mother to two teenagers.