Ethical Practice: Back to Basics in a Complex World
1501 Central Pkwy
Eagan, MN 55121
This workshop will revisit Strom-Gottfried’s Six-Question Model for ethical decision making in the context of current practice dilemmas. In the complexities of 21st century practice, with overwhelming amounts of data and a myriad of electronic and social media communication modes, practitioners find themselves seeking a way to ground their work. By revisiting Strom-Gottfried’s decision-making framework in this practice context, participants will explore options for implementing a grounding process. Participants are encouraged to bring a one-paragraph description of an ethical dilemma that can be addressed in a process of “testing” the decision-making model.
Carol F. Kuechler, MSW, PhD, LISW, Professor, DSW Program Director, Co-Director, Supervision Institute, School of Social Work, St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas
Level: All | For: Professionals | Meets Social Work Ethics CE Requirements