ethics2008-handouts-DEL - Dan Powers, ACSW, LCSW 1 TRUE or...

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1 Dan Powers, ACSW, LCSW
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2 ± Ethics is more a matter of religion than management ± Our employees are ethical so we don't need attention to ethics ± Ethics is a matter of the good guys preaching to the bad guys ± Ethics can't be managed ± The only reason I should attend this is I need the hours TRUE or FALSE
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3 LAW vs. ETHICS LAW – Minimum standards society will tolerate – enforced by the government ETHICS – Maximum or ideal standards set by a profession – enforced by associations and boards
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4 Professional Codes of Ethics National Association of Social Workers American Counseling Association ATSA Bar Association Law Enforcement
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5 Business / Agency Ethics Managerial mischief Illegal, unethical, or questionable practices of managers or organizations, as well as the causes of such behaviors and remedies to eradicate them. Complete Guide to Ethics Management: An Ethics Toolkit for Managers, Carter McNamara, PhD
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6 Business / Agency Ethics Moral mazes. Includes the numerous ethical problems that you may deal with on a daily basis, such as potential conflicts of interest, wrongful use of resources, mismanagement of contracts and agreements, etc. Complete Guide to Ethics Management: An Ethics Toolkit for Managers, Carter McNamara, PhD
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7 Pillars of Character Trustworthiness Honesty – Integrity - Reliability - Loyalty
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8 Pillars of Character Respect Decency – Autonomy - Tolerance
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9 Pillars of Character Responsibility Accountability - Self-restraint - Pursuit of excellence
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10 Fairness Objectivity Pillars of Character
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11 Pillars of Character Impartiality Treating people equally
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12 Pillars of Character Citizenship Being a good member of the group
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13 Core Ethical Principles Self Determination
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14 Core Ethical Principles Do Good
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15 Core Ethical Principles Do No Harm
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16 Core Ethical Principles Do The Right Thing
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17 Core Ethical Principles Follow Through
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18 Client’s Rights
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19 Client’s Rights Rights of the adult client Rights of the child/adolescent
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20 Professional Competence What letters do you have? • Send me a check and you get even more letters Treatment Standards Continuing Education
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21 Client’s Rights Informed consent Understandable language Define the relationship Services / process Goals Limitations Potential risks HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ± Share information with the MDT
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