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Ethics and Boundaries: Working with Geriatric Populations

Working with geriatric individuals is a rewarding career path. There can be some unique challenges of providing care and support to this population including social, emotional, and physical considerations. Deepen your knowledge at this half-day program.

Key Program Information
Series Ethics and Boundaries
Next Session Friday, Feb. 12, 2021
Schedule Feb. 12, 2021 10am to 3:00pm

Session will run from 10 AM - Noon and 1 - 3 PM.

Delivery Format Online

Understand your geriatric patients and how to best support them

This program will explore some of the unique ethical challenges human service providers may face when working with geriatric individuals. Elderly individuals may struggle with troubles including loneliness, feeling down or depressed, and side effects from dementia or anxiety. Those working with these individuals need to learn how to best support their patients through the many emotional stages they are experiencing. 

The instructor will provide an overview of the concept of boundaries and their important role in delivering quality care. You will learn about appropriate and respectful boundaries while working with geriatric individuals.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify common potential ethical dilemmas when delivering services to geriatric individuals
  • Identify potential ethical conflicts of working with geriatric individuals 
  • Increase understanding of ways to respond to potential ethical conflicts 
  • Increase understanding of professional boundaries and their importance when delivering human services


This program satisfies the Wisconsin Social Worker’s Ethics and Boundaries requirements for licensing.

Bundle your registration with Geriatric Mental Health and save $20.

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Who Should Attend

Social workers, counselors, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, substance abuse counselors, school psychologists, and other human service professionals

Instructors

Dr. Todd Sigler is a Licensed Psychologist, a National Certified Counselor and a registrant of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He received his Counseling Psychology M.A. and Psy.D. from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis. Dr. Sigler has been in private practice since 2004 and has extensive experience working with refugee clients.

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Fee

Standard Fee $99.00

Fee includes instruction, online materials, and 4 Contact Hours (0.4 CEUs).

Additional Information

Synchronous delivery. Webinars are live-streamed in two 2-hour sessions on the same day: one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Participants must attend both sessions to get the 4 hours of credit. The participants can ask questions and participate in activities live.

This program can be bundled with Geriatric Mental Health. Register for both programs and save $20.

Discounts

This program can be bundled with Geriatric Mental Health. Register for both programs and save $20.

Questions?

Phone: 715-836-3636
Toll Free: 866-893-2423

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Vicki Lord Larson Hall 1108
Eau Claire, WI 54701

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