Ethics and Boundaries Sessions

43RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS-WISCONSIN CHAPTER

Social Work Ethics and Boundaries and the LawNicholas Smiar

4 Ethics CEH
Monday, October 23rd   1:15 – 5:15 pm

Presented by Nick Smiar, PhD, ACSW, CISW and Atty. Robert “Rock” Pledl

Knowledge of relevant law and professional ethics and the ability to apply both in practice are hallmarks of the profession. In many situPledlwebations, law and ethics intersect and complicate resolution of the issue. This workshop discusses the sources of authority and the expectations of both ethics and law, using MPSW 20, the NASW Code of Ethics, and the ABA Code of Ethics, and Wisconsin and federal statutes to understand how law and ethics work together, especially in regard to boundaries, duty to report, duty to evaluate, the scope of practice, and continuing education. Case scenarios will be used for group problem solving.

 


Jeanne WagnerEthics and Boundaries in a World of Technology

4 Ethics CEH
Monday, October 23rd   1:15 – 5:15 pm

Presented by Jeanne Wagner, LCSW

The management of ethics, boundaries, and confidentiality in a world of constantly emerging technology and social media is especially challenging for human service professionals. This workshop will address the technology challenges encountered during the provision of human services. Strategies will be discussed utilizing the recently updated NASW Technology Standards and current best practices from the literature.

 

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