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Webinars in this series can now be viewed as archives! Purchase an individual webinar or the full series and view it at your leisure, while earning your 1.5 continuing education contact hours for each webinar.
"Be the Change You Would Like to See in the World" Ghandi
Inherent in behavioral health practices are ethical issues and ethical dilemmas. As a service system, psychiatric rehabilitation practitioners operate from a broad array of social contexts in which professionalism is imperative but diverse. Ethical postures are important when asserting the individual goals of persons in social, community, personal, and service-based environments (deJong & Reatig, 2000).
Psychiatric rehabilitation has a commitment to uphold the moral freedoms and to promote the civil, human, and legal rights of persons whether as individuals or groups (SAMHSA, 2014). Psychiatric rehabilitation has the ethical obligation to operationalize a range of strategies to counteract discrimination, as well as the recognition of discrimination as it pertains to supporting the needs of individuals in practice.
This 3-part Ethics in Psychiatric Rehabilitation series will advance advocacy information and agency policy to support public statements. Faculty of the Academy will illustrate advocacy for and with the community of behavioral health to ensure flexibility in service systems options; individual entitlements; all for the encouragement of persons speaking on their own behalf (self-advocacy). Ethical frameworks are also asserted to support the incorporation of values, beliefs, perceptions and cultural competency to achieve personal definitions of recovery and goals.
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Part 1: Ethics in Psychiatric Rehabilitation: Doing Our Best, At Our Best
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on April 1, 2014
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Dave Selden, ACSW, LICSW
Part 2: Ethics in Mental Health Recovery Practice
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on May 6, 2014
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Melanie Kinley, BA
Part 3: Two Case Studies in Evolving Ethics: Incorporating What We’ve Learned from Service with the HIV/AIDS Community and from the Inclusion of Peer Providers Into the Workforce
Date: Archive version available for purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on July 31, 2014
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Andrew Bernstein, PhD, CPRP
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Upon successful completion of each webinar, participants will receive a certificate documenting 1.5 contact hours toward the continuing education requirement for the CPRP.
Requirements to participate in a webinar
To participate in a webinar, you need one computer with an internet connection to view the visual portion and computer speakers to listen to the audio portion of the program. You may have as many people viewing the webinar from that one location as you like.
Team/Group Viewing and Continuing Education Credits:
If you have a group of individuals that will be viewing the webinar from one site and want to collect continuing education credits for all of those individuals, please contact Cindy Moore, Manager of Education and Training, at least 24 hours in advance of the live webinar at firstname.lastname@example.org, to obtain a sign-in sheet for all participants viewing the webinar. In order to receive credit, completed sign-in sheets must be returned to PRA within one week of viewing the live webinar.
If you are unable to attend the live webinar, you can purchase the archive version. All of the webinars will be made available on-demand via our archives, following the live webinar.