Gray Matters: Subtle Ethical Issues in the Therapeutic Relationship.
Presented by Susan C. Mengden, Ph.D., SAGPS Past President
The Bishop Jones Center – January 19, 2018, 111 Torcido Dr SATX 78209 12:30 registration, 1:00-4:30 seminar (3 hrs CEUs)
Lecture, Discussion, Small Group Discussion
This workshop will explore the subtle and often overlooked ethical issues in psychotherapeutic relationships from the pre-relationship to the termination of the clinical relationship. Using lecture, group and small group discussions we will study the ethical implications of therapeutic relationships utilizing clinical vignettes of group and individual case
1. Discuss the implication of emerging ethical issues such as informed consent and social media.
2. Review the ethical standards of the therapeutic relationship in groups and individual cases.
3. Identify the ethical concerns of self-care and termination issues.
Presenter Susan Mengden, PhD is the outgoing president of SAGPS. Susan is a licensed psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of eating disorders for more than 30 years. She has conducted therapy groups for over 25 years. She brings humor and a strong intellectual curiosity to her presentation. Susan C. Mengden, Ph.D. is the Clinical Director of the I AM Mind and Body Wellness Center.
The ethics seminar is FREE with paid membership to SAGPS.
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