The 2014 ACA Code of Ethics emphasizes the use of ethical decision-making models. However according to current research, less than half of professional counselors have participated in an ethics-specific course and therefore may not have an appreciable understanding of existent models that align with the 2014 ACA Code.
As a result, when applied, many ethical decision-making models are subjective and result in inconsistent decision making. This is a significant problem for those who are counting on their counselors — and other helping professionals and volunteers — to create a culture of safety for them.
Whether as a licensed professional or as a community volunteer, those who are active in the helping filed are routinely confronted by ethical dilemmas and would benefit from being able to better recognize ethical dilemmas and effectively address the complexities of ethical decision making in practice.
Hamilton County INCubator
100 Cherokee Blvd
Chattanooga, TN 37405
Friday, August 23, 2019
08:00 AM Registration
08:30 AM Training begins
12:00 PM Lunch
05:15 PM Training concludes
$150 Early Bird (through 8/15/2019)
$120 Students, First Year Professionals, and Senior Citizens
$180 Full Price
Continuing Education Credits
6 Continuing Education Credits are available for this training. Please see the Continuing Education tab or the flyer below for details.