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Supporting Clients’ Right to be Wrong: Ethical Challenges of Client-Centered Practice

 

Preferred registration deadline: April 19th

3 CEUs

Katie VonDeLinde, MSW, LCSW
Adjunct Faculty, Brown School

Client-centered practice is empowering, strengths centered, and fits within professional and ethical responsibilities
of self-determination. Despite the many positive attributes of this approach, ethical dilemmas still occur. For example,
it can be challenging to maintain a client-centered approach when clients are making decisions that put them at risk.

Workshop attendees will explore ethical challenges of putting clients’ goals, needs, and wants in the center of practice. Participants will participate in several activities to get hands on experience in client-centered ethical decision making.

Class size is limited to 30.

This class meets the licensure requirement for 3 hours of continuing education in ethics.

$50 General Admission
$30 Discounted Admission**
$10 Washington University Full-Time Graduate Students

**Discounted Admission is offered to current Brown School field instructors, Brown School adjunct faculty, recent Brown School graduates (2016-2018), full-time graduate students from other universities, and Washington University faculty and staff.

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