Do you work with children in the community setting? This course explores some of the unique dynamics and ethical considerations that you’ll encounter working with a young population in the community-based practice.
Identify some of the key ethical considerations when working with children in the community setting and anticipate strategies for ethical situations you could encounter.
Engage approaches for developing strong therapeutic relationships and communication with the children you treat in your clinical setting so you can work toward positive outcomes.
Discuss how in the course of working with children in community and structured settings, you can still ensure their agency, autonomy, and personal rights.
Working with children is a particular joy, but it also requires additional understanding of their own context, culture, and other issues. There are specific treatment and ethical considerations, especially within the context of community care — i.e. local organizations, schools, and government resources.
As we prioritize the protection of the child’s individual rights, agency, and autonomy while also recognizing the unique considerations of working with a minor in the context of their systems. But broad concepts are different from actual strategies and techniques that communicate respect and support.
Panelists Noelle James, LCSW and Dr. Julie Quigley, PhD, NCC, ACS, LMHC will sit down with Dr. Carla Smith. We’ll explore several important issues and deepen our understanding through discussion and example situations that therapists may face as they work in community settings.
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Marriage and Family Therapist, Professional/Mental Health Counselor, Social Worker
National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)