Ethical Decision-Making for Counselors Webinar (Live, Virtual)
Monday, March 4 at 11 AM EST- 12 pm EST
1 NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Unit Provided (Ethics CE)
Presenter: Brent Moore, Ph.D., LCPC-S (MO), LPC-S (KS), RPT-S, is a Professor and Chair of Behavioral and Health Sciences at Indiana Wesleyan University. He has been a counselor educator for over a decade. Dr. Moore owns and operates a psychoeducational testing service in Kansas City, MO. He is a past president of the American Counseling Association of Missouri.
Description and Learning Objectives:
This presentation on counseling ethical decision-making aims to equip participants with a holistic understanding of ethical challenges in the counseling profession. Participants will identify and articulate three common ethical dilemmas counselors face, showcasing their comprehension through written explanations. Moving to practical application, a second part of the presentation guides participants in applying the Forester-Miller and Davis (2016) decision-making model to a case study, honing their skills in systematically addressing ethical concerns. Lastly, participants will independently express ethical reflections in a written format, outlining considerations, challenges, and potential solutions to dilemmas presented in a provided case study. This comprehensive approach aims to deepen participants' ethical awareness and competence, bridging theoretical knowledge with practical skills for enhanced ethical decision-making in counseling practice.
LO1: Participants will be able to identify and describe at least three common ethical dilemmas counselors face, demonstrating understanding through written or verbal explanations.
LO2: Participants will be able to apply the Forester-Miller and Davis (2016) decision-making model to a case study by generating a step-by-step plan for addressing the ethical concerns presented.
LO3: Participants will independently express their ethical reflections on a provided case study in a written format, outlining the considerations, challenges, and potential solutions to ethical dilemmas presented during the presentation.
$5 - ICA Graduate Student Member
$10- Graduate Student- Non-Member
$15 - ICA Member (Professional, Newly Licensed Professional, Retired)
This live webinar will be recorded.
Session link and continuing education information will be located in the confirmation email.