Training Series

Electronic Communication Ethics

Electronic Communication Ethics

Ethics in the Use of Electronic Communication – Untangling the Personal and Professional

Presented by Carol F. Kuechler, MSW, PhD., LISW

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
9:30am – 11:30am
2 CEUS | $59 | Register Here

Dakota Lodge
1200 Stassen Lane
West St. Paul, MN 55118

This course fulfills the MN Board of Social Work Requirements of 2 clock hours in Social Work Ethics.

Today’s practitioners face many challenges in the use of electronic communication, from the necessity of work email to family pressures to “see the kids” on Facebook, Twitter, etc.  This session will explore the agency, professional, and personal factors related to the ethical use of electronic communication in the delivery of social services for students of all ages and their parents.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will identify boundary issues relevant to the use of electronic communication.
  • Participants will identify agency, professional, and personal factors in the ethical use of electronic communication in their work
  • Participants will identify relevant areas for agency policy related to electronic communication and the use of social media.

Level: Any

Carol F. Kuechler, MSW, PhD., LISW, is Professor and MSW Program Director at the School of Social Work at St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas. She has taught research, clinical supervision and program management, and social group work in the graduate program. Ethical practice in the conduct of practice, supervision, and research is an ongoing area of interest and development in her own scholarship and mentor roles with professionals and students.

School Administrators: BOSA has changed their CEU policy and will not approve CEUs for workshops under 3 hours. You can still receive your CEUs by bundling this workshop with another Winter Workshop 2014 offering.

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