Ethics as Right Use of Power – cultivating your practice
February 16 @ 10:00 am — 1:00 pm| $65
Ethics as Right Use of Power – cultivating your practice with wisdom, clarity and compassion
10am-1pm, Saturday, February 16, 2019
Description: Using your professional power with awareness and skill is the opening theme of this course. Power either heals or is disempowering. This approach guides you to a deeper understanding and connection with your relationship with power and the impact this has on the therapeutic relationship. Understanding and managing the power differential is crucial to right relationship with your client. Class begins by exploring professional power dynamics along with your personal relationship with power. We then move into establishing boundaries & fostering accountability – right use of power in action. Together we will explore specific dynamics of the therapeutic relationship to include, dual role relationship, 3 aspects of fostering clarity and accountability with your clients, and discriminate self-disclosure. Kathy offers time for ethical conversations, an open discussion regarding anything ethical. Kathy brings her warmth and humor into the classroom environment.
Instructor: Kathy Ginn
Prerequisite: LMT’s, 3 NCBTMB CE’s
Public fee: $65 early registration (2 weeks prior-$75 late), $95 if take both Ethics classes