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May 06, 2016

Professional Development - Ethical Dilemmas in Supervising & Managing Staff
Barbara Richter, MSW
Retired Adjunct Faculty, Brown School
 
Managing staff presents myriad ethical challenges as the caring supervisor attempts to balance interests of individual staff members while firmly pursuing organizational goals.  Even good managers can lose their ethical balance or fail to see ethical conflicts until after a questionable decision has been made.  This workshop will leverage the NASW Code of Ethics to help managers be alert for challenges on the horizon and be proactive in preventing ethical breakdowns.  Class size is limited to 45.
Note:  This workshop meets the state requirement of 3 hours of ethics continuing education per licensure period.  There is a fee associated with this workshop.  To learn more, http://bit.ly/1XBBm5x


May 06: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM at Hillman Hall, Room 120 (For walk-on registrations, please call 314-935-7573 to see if seats are still available)

May 06, 2016

Professional Development - Considerations in Helping a Client Recover from Sexual Assault: Clinical Implications of Research Findings
Zoe D. Peterson, Ph.D.
Director of the Sexual Assault Research and Education Program
University of Missouri-St. Louis
 
This workshop will use lecture and discussion to explore a variety of considerations in working with clients who have been sexually coerced, assaulted, or raped. The workshop will particularly address the importance and challenge of considering clients’ own conceptualizations of their sexual assault experiences. Data from research with rape victims will be presented and the implications for clinical practice will be highlighted. Class size is limited to 45.  There is a fee associated with this workshop.  To learn more, http://bit.ly/1P08UJ6

May 06: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM at Hilllman Hall, Room 120 (For walk-on registrations, please call 314-935-7573 to see if seats are still available)

May 23, 2016

Network Science Interest Group

May 23: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall Room: Goldfarb 132

June 07, 2016

MSW Info Session
Prospective students can learn about our programs in convenient, 1.5-hour evening information sessions held at the Brown School. Led by Brown School admissions and recruitment specialists, the event include opportunities for questions and answers.

June 07: 12:00 PM-1:30 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Hillman 120

June 08, 2016

MPH Info Session
Prospective students can learn about our programs in convenient, 1.5-hour evening information sessions held at the Brown School. Led by Brown School admissions and recruitment specialists, the event include opportunities for questions and answers.

June 08: 12:00 PM-1:30 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Hillman 120

 
 
 

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