Ethics in the Electronic Age Workshop- (Virtual) July 31, 2020

Ethics in the Electronic Age Workshop- (Virtual) July 31, 2020
Ethics in the Electronic Age    
Standards for Ohio Social Service Professionals
Social service professionals face many ethical dilemmas in the electronic age. This course will examine the risks and appropriate use of electronic media for personal and professional use – from boundary and confidentiality violations on social media to effective electronic service delivery.

  • Understand the pros, cons, and regulations surrounding the provision of electronic service delivery, with attention paid to cultural and linguistic implications and regulatory issues.
  • Understand the implications of boundary violations and unprofessional conduct related to use of social media such as Facebook and Twitter. 
  • Recognize risks of confidentiality breaches in both personal and professional use of electronic platforms, and identify tools and decision-trees to minimize risk.
Stacy Simera, MSSA, LISW-S, SAP is an independently licensed social worker with supervision designation.  She provides psychotherapy at a private practice in Kent, Ohio and facilitates psycho-educational programming at a multiple sclerosis clinic.  Stacy serves on the Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership and volunteers for the national nonprofit Start School Later. Stacy was named 2014 Ohio Social Worker of the Year by the NASW Ohio Chapter.
July 31, 2020
8:30 am - 11:45 am

$30 Registration Fee
Virtual Training using Zoom

Particpants must attend by desktop computer with camera, laptop or iPad.  3 CEUs in ethics approved for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists through the State of Ohio CSWMFT Board.