ETHICS CAN BE FUN!
Presented by: Gladney University
Please join us for our last seminar of 2017 led by UTA professor Jan Finch, Ph.D., LCSW-S on Ethics. Ethics Can Be Fun! See how values that you learned in your childhood affect the way that you approach ethical decision-making. This three-hour session meets professional requirements for Ethics CEU’s. Content is applicable anyone who struggles with or has the potential to struggle with ethical and moral decision making. By the end of the session, participants will:
- Understand 5 basic ethical principles and their applications.
- Demonstrate, by group participation, the GIFT process in making ethical decisions.
- Learn 5 responses to common ethical dilemmas.
About the Speaker
Jan Finch, LCSW-S, Ph.D
Jan Finch, LCSW-S, Ph.D. has been a social worker for over 40 years, has managed nonprofit agencies for 25 years, and has been a University lecturer for over 15 years. She has a wide variety of Social Work experiences to include clinical counseling, case management, consultation, LCSW supervision, training, and administration in a variety of settings to include schools, hospitals, developmental and psychiatric centers, early intervention programs, nonprofit agencies, military bases in Texas and Germany, and Child Protective Services. Jan is currently employed as an Assistant Professor in Practice at UT Arlington School of Social Work.
Fort Worth, TX 76132