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Ethical & Risk Management Issues Related to Child Abuse Reporting

Debra Wolfe, M.Ed.

3.0 CE Hours Available

All orders include the entire presentation with handouts and a CE test.
Streaming videos and audio downloads will be available immediately after checkout
Mailed CD and DVD formats include the printed handouts and CE test in an attractive portfolio

Format Price Quantity input field
Audio Download
Price$65.00
CD Audio w/ Audio Download
Price$75.00
DVD Video w/ Streaming Video
Price$85.00
Streaming Video
Price$75.00
Extra CE Test
Price$37.00

Description

Objectives

Participants will be able to describe:
  • Specific ethical challenges faced by Mandated Reporters of child abuse
  • How child abuse reporting laws impact the rights of parents to raise their children
  • The role of poverty on child maltreatment and risk of being reported
  • How the U.S. system of child protection differs from elsewhere in the world and varies from state to state

Topics

Ethical Considerations in Child Abuse Reporting
  • Evolution of child abuse reporting laws
  • What should be the role of society in protecting children?
  • How do you draw the line: What is and isn’t child abuse
Professional Dilemmas and Legal Issues Faced by Mandated Reporters
  • Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Clergy
Rights of Parents vs. Rights of Children
  • Discipline
  • Medical Treatment
  • Education
Socioeconomic Factors
  • Correlation between poverty and child maltreatment
  • Implications for intervention
  • Influences of poverty in reporting of child abuse
Where You Live Does Matter
  • Our state system of child protection
  • The U.S. approach to child protection: Are we leaders or are we missing the boat?
Values vs. the Law
  • Meeting the basic needs of children vs. providing them with the best opportunities for the future: How good is good enough?