1. 2015-04-24 15.19Do No Harm-Ethics and Eating Disorder Treatment The Implementation of Ethics and Eating Disorder Treatment

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    The Rosewood Institute for Eating Disorders Training & Education is pleased to host Jessica Rodriguez, PhD, presenting "Do No Harm-Ethics and Eating Disorder Treatment The Implementation of Ethics and Eating Disorder Treatment". The concept of non-maleficence comes from the Hippocratic Oath to “above all do no harm.” There are active and passive forms of potential harms. Eating disorder (ED) clients can be challenging and engender strong counter-transference responses. Though unintended, an active form of harm would be inappropriately terminating or abandoning a client who is stirring up feelings of rejection, incompetence, or powerlessness. Non-maleficence requires professionals to work within areas of competence. In this webinar, you will learn to: Be aware of your own values, beliefs, and potential biases; Be honest and humble about your own level of professional expertise; Make referrals and collaborate with other professional as indicated; Discuss and document limitations of confidentiality and plans in the case of medically dangerous or life-threatening situations at the start of treatment; Clearly define the competing values, codes, laws, or policies relevant to the dilemma; Document all discussions relevant to the ethical dilemma including any discussions of confidentiality or informed consent (with client, family, team members, etc.); Do a thorough assessment of the client’s decision-making capacity and document findings; Update this assessment as needed; Utilize and document clinical, ethical and, if necessary, legal consultation. Presented by Jessica Rodriguez, PhD, LAADC, CTRTC, CGIP, CS, who is currently the CEO and Clinical Director of Gateway Corp, Clinical Consultant and Educator for Onsite Strategies and Lead Trainer for Gateway Interventions. Her primary focus is promoting evidence-based programs and practices that foster and build assets at the individual and community levels. Her work in the field of co-occurring treatment, substance abuse-older adults, Reality Therapy and Choice Theory, Cultural Competency, Integrated Treatment Approaches for Complex Addiction and Family Systems, Self Care for the Care Giver and Youth Prevention services, has been presented at national conferences. Please send your questions, comments and feedback to: tri@rosewoodranch.com

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    • UCLArts and Healing Conference 2011 - Intuition Through Imagery - Nancy Weiss, LCSW, BCD

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      Experience a process of working with images that enables connection with intuition and inner wisdom. Bio: Nancy Weiss, LCSW, BCD is a licensed clinical social worker. Her private psychotherapy practice of 30 years blends Jungian depth psychology, dream work and the expressive arts.  She has studied dream work with Drs. Arnold Mindell, Marion Woodman, and Steven Aizenstat. Nancy has taught at Antioch University and supervised MFT and LCSW Interns.  She facilitates SoulCollage® groups for professionals, schools, nonprofits and other organizations. Event Details: Sep. 25, 2011, Remo Recreational Music Center, North Hollywood, CA Sponsoring Organization: www.UCLArtsandHealing.net

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      • Think Different: Weight Management | Continuing Education 360

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        Eat less, move more. Is it enough? Discover new dimensions in weight management--volumetrics, bliss point foods, and other influences upon what and how much we eat.

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        • Kimberly Morrow ADAA Video

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          • How To Spell “Love” By Deborah Schwartz, LCSW

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            Deborah Schwartz, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and mother talks about the importance of giving that most important of all gifts to one's children-time. ©2011, Mom to Madre

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            • Dorothy Hayden Interview

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              Interview with Dorothy Hayden LCSW, founder of the Manhattan Center for Sex Addiction Therapy Videographer - Christina Manis Editor - Justin Symbol

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              • Tom Golden Talks about Men

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                Tom Golden LCSW, author of "SWALLOWED BY A SNAKE" spoke at the Healing Vision 2011 Conference in Milwaukee WI. He stopped by the Monday-Minute.com interview booth to share a quick overview of his presentation about men and recovery.

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                • Transforming Your Practice

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                  Providing health professionals with the tools they need to become more effective clinicians and to find more meaning in their work. For over 20 years, we’ve trained thousands of health professionals worldwide who are serving millions of people. It would be our privilege and joy to work with you. http://www.cmbm.org

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