CE Training Programs

Ethical Considerations and Racial Bias in Clinical Practice

DATE: Tuesday, May 11, 2021

TIME: 9:00 am – 12:15 pm

COST: FREE

This will be a live, real-time, interactive webinar. You will be sent a zoom link 24 hours prior to the seminar. So please be patient.

This training provides 3 Category I CE’s for Ethics

NOTE: Successful completion of this seminar will require attendance for the entire event as well as completion & submission of the evaluation form.

Everyone has some degree of racial bias. What do we know about our biases and what remains hidden in our unconscious? How might our unconscious racial bias create ethical challenges in our clinical practices? Information and experiences that improve our understanding of racism and our ability to engage with ourselves and others on this difficult topic support our professional ethics. This workshop will cover the basics: a primer on our racialized U.S. history, intersectional biases including individual and structural considerations, and related ethical principles. With more awareness and less judgment, participants can reduce the possibility of their biases interfering with their connections with both clients and colleagues.

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Cultural Humility and Racial Bias in the Workplace

JSSA Training Institute is pleased to partner with the Montgomery County Collaboration Council to provide this training.

DATE: Tuesday June 8, 2021

TIME: 9:00 am – 12:15 pm

COST: FREE

This will be a live, real-time, interactive webinar. You will be sent a zoom link 24 hours prior to the seminar. So please be patient.

This training provides 3 Category I CE’s

NOTE: Successful completion of this seminar will require attendance for the entire event as well as completion & submission of the evaluation form.

Everyone has some degree of racial bias. What do we know about our biases and what remains hidden in our unconscious? How might our unconscious racial bias create ethical challenges in our clinical practices? Information and experiences that improve our understanding of racism and our ability to engage with ourselves and others on this difficult topic support our professional ethics.

This workshop will cover the basics: a primer on our racialized U.S. history, intersectional biases including individual and structural considerations, and case studies. With more awareness and less judgment, participants can reduce the possibility of their biases interfering with their connections with both clients and colleagues.

This workshop is also designed to benefit those providing case management, care coordination, peer to peer support, and overall working with children, youth, adults, and families.

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Training Institute Policies

Refunds for JSSA’s CE training program cancellations are provided up to 5 days prior to the training date. After that time, a credit can be issued if JSSA receives a registrant’s cancellation up to two business days prior to the training date. This credit can be applied towards a future 3-Hour CE training, symposium or post-graduate course up to one year from the issue date.

 

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