Overview

This 3-hour course will review the NASW Code of Ethics (NASW, 2021) and allow participants to learn how to infuse ethics into everyday social work practice. Participants will learn how to address ethical decisions through reflection, identifying the latest trends, video clips and scenarios.

Participants who complete this course will:

  • Review the NASW Code of Ethics and learn the basic types of ethics including duty-based,virtue, situational, etc.
  • Review the NASW Code of Ethics Cultural Competence revision for 2021.
  • Learn how to use ethics in their decision-making through the use of scenarios faced by social workers.
  • Examine statistics related to self-care and the various reasons why self-care was added to the Code of Ethics.
  • Identify the future of Social Work ethics and ethical dilemmas which need to be further examined in today’s remote world.

Course Content

    1. Before you begin . . .

    1. Downloadable Workshop Slides

    2. Video Workshop

    3. Supplemental Video: What is an Ethical Dilemma?

    4. Supplemental Video: The Missing Ingredient in Self-Care

    5. Self-Care Wheel

    1. Evaluation for 2022 Social Work Ethics

About this course

  • $60.00
  • 7 lessons
  • 3 hours of video content

Meet the Presenter

Dr. Atiya Nathan, LCSW

Dr. Atiya Nathan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and has worked with children, teens, and adults within a variety of settings. She is a proud graduate of the University of Louisville where she earned her B.A. in Communication and an M.S. in Social Work with a School Social Work specialization. She is also a graduate of Regent University where she earned a doctorate in Education with a specialization in Character Education. Dr. Nathan is licensed in Mississippi and Virginia and specializes in anxiety and depression treatment.