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Positive Ethics with the Most Difficult Clients

Mitchell M. Handelsman, Ph.D.

6.0 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
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Audio Download
Price$95.00
CD Audio w/ Audio Download
Price$110.00
Extra CE Test
Price$45.00

Description

Through the use of case discussions, exercises, and didactic presentations, participants will learn about positive ethics and practical applications to therapy with difficult clients.

Objectives

Participants will:

  • better understand the elements of positive ethics and ethical acculturation
  • become more aware of ethical conflicts and pitfalls inherent in working with difficult clients
  • develop techniques that integrate professional ethical codes and personal moral values when encountering difficult clients
  • learn preventive strategies to maintain excellent ethical behavior no matter the client
  • Topics

    Positive Ethics in Context

    • Levels of awareness that form the basis of ethical practiceó personal, professional, and political
    • Practical implications for borderline, suicidal, angry, abusive, court-ordered, seductive, noncompliant, and other ìdifficultî clients
    What Makes Difficult Clients So Difficult?
    • Therapist reactions to difficult clients
    • Ethical acrobatics: Balancing the personal and professional, clinical, and legal
    • Maintaining the right mix of detachment and involvement
    • Prevention vs. reaction: Applying positive principles to avoid ethical pitfalls
    Strategies and Tactics
    • Ethical reasoning in difficult circumstances
    • How to inform clients
    • What to document
    • When to consult and with whom to consult
    • When to refer and how to terminate
    Putting It All Together
    • Ongoing strategies to prevent ethical problems
    • Case Examples