Ethics and Boundaries: The Ethical Use of Cyber Space in the Helping Professions
Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. • Port Washington, Wis.
Friday, January 30, 2015 • 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. • Appleton, Wis.
This informative and interactive training focuses on the ethical and boundary-related challenges that can exist when using technology in our professional and personal lives. Content includes recognition of the creative and innovative uses of technology in the helping professions, as well as how it may be misused. Consideration is given to those who use this technology, as well as those affected by its use. Given the power and popularity of the internet and social media, this training will highlight key questions around the ethical use of technology in the lives of practitioners.
Kevin Roeder, PhD., MSW, LCSW holds a Doctorate of Philosophy Degree in Education with an emphasis on teaching and learning, a Master’s Degree in Social Work, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Wisconsin. His applied ethics and boundaries experience includes teaching and developing practitioners in higher education at the BSW and MSW level and developing numerous organizational and agency-based trainings for helping professionals. Kevin oversees the operations and serves as the Director of the Behavioral Health and Wellness Clinics for a state-wide healthcare and human services organization, having clinics in seven Wisconsin locations.
Locations and Dates
Lakeview Conference Center (Country Inn and Suites By Carlson)
350 East Seven Hills Road
800 Eisenhower Drive
The fee for this program is $85, and it includes instruction, refreshments, materials and CEU/CEH certificate.
This workshop is hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors and Funeral Directors in this workshop will earn 0.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)/ 4.5 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs).