Restorative Ethics: An Online CE workshop for Mental Health Professionals
Restorative Ethics: A Meditative Exploration of Ethical Vulnerabilities and Strengths
Reflect upon the ethical vulnerabilities inherent to any clinical practice, identify the ones particular to your practice, and recognize the unique strengths and supports that sustain you. Learn an innovative, reflective process that identifies the challenges and strengths particular to the context in which you work. Develop greater ethical intelligence.
· Apply Reflective Meditation and freeform writing for deeper understanding of “ethical landscape” of participants.
· Identify and reduce conditions that create ethical vulnerabilities and challenges.
· Identity and augment personal strengths and activities that lead to reduced risk of ethical transgressions.
· Develop an understanding of the Buddhist principle of conditionality and its role in ethical decision-making.
· Develop an understanding of the Buddhist teaching of the eightfold path as an ethical anchor.
These workshops are best taught in small groups. For that reason, we are limiting attendance to 18 people.
Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022 9:30am-4:30pm/PM
Cost: The workshop is offered at three price points: $100, $160, $220. Honestly consider what you can afford. If you are able to pay on the higher end, this will support others who are experiencing financial challenges. We are offering one free slot to BIPOC therapists, email email@example.com to request the slot.
CE: 6 hours approved by NBCC**
For more on this approach to meditation, visit Reflective Counsel
For more information on the workshop, contact Moline or call: 503-660-8789.
**Pine Street Sangha has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6694. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Pine Street Sangha is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.