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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

To pre-reg­is­ter for a class or sem­i­nar online please fill out the form below. Sub­mit­ting this form does not auto­mat­i­cal­ly enroll you in the seminar/class. Pay­ment must be received to secure spot. Any ques­tions please con­tact us as 262−376−1011.