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This webinar recording is intended for professionals working with multidisciplinary teams.
There are many benefits of working in a multidisciplinary team. However, ethical challenges can result from conflicting roles and values. This workshop will examine these specific ethical issues as they relate to members of multidisciplinary teams.
This webinar will examine how every decision made reflects not only the ethical principles of each team member individually, but also each team member’s sensitivity and commitment to the team concept. It will provide information on: recognizing the essential steps for ethical problem solving in a team setting; how to identify and analyze ethical issues, client rights and confidentiality related to family violence issues; considering privacy in a multidisciplinary setting; how to problem solve when team members are not “on the same page”; how clients’ rights are uniquely related to the multidisciplinary team approach.
Mr. Powers presents a decision making model outlining useful steps for team members to follow, allowing a consistent approach for teams facing ethical dilemmas.
Dan Powers, LCSW is a clinical social worker and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Clinical Director for Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County in Plano, Texas. Dan has made numerous presentations at major national and regional conferences on the sexual victimization of children, sex offenders, and the multidisciplinary response to child abuse. He is best known for his spirited presentations on wellness and survival for child abuse professionals. He is a member of the Texas Children’s Justice Act Task Force.