The Ethics of Self-Care: an Art Based Approach
Sibel A. Golden, PhD, LMHC, REAT
Assisted by Molly Rice, MA, LMFTA
Read more about our Instructors/Facilitators here.
Date: Saturday January 30, 2021: You have missed the cut-off date to receive your free materials box, but you can still join and supply your own materials.
Hours: 9 am – 4:00 pm
Location: ONLINE via Zoom
CEs: 6 CEs
This workshop explores our relationship to daily stressors (e.g., work, home, school, etc.), the impact they have (e.g., physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual), and the ethical responsibilities of self-care faced by mental health clinicians. It is designed to illuminate the various types of stress experienced by mental health providers, and to demystify the concepts and applications of “self-care”. Topics will include: stress management, work/life balance, vicarious stress, secondary trauma, counter-transference, compassion fatigue, and occupational burnout. These areas will be examined through the hands-on application of creative and expressive arts, offering practical exercises for mental health clinicians to apply to their personal self-care routines.
- Participants will have an understanding of the ethical responsibilities of self-care and stress-management
- Participants will learn about the different types of stress and the impact on professional and personal health
- Participants will learn practical applications of self-care
- Participants will engage in hands-on creative arts activities to process didactic material
Due to the precautions necessary to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have decided not to hold our workshops in the Studio. Since can’t accommodate the social distancing required by the authorities in our hands-on workshops, we are moving our in-person workshops online to be presented as an interactive webinar until we are certain we can safely offer you a creative, hands-on experience in our studio.
We consistently hear from participants that our ethics workshop is the best experience they have had getting their required CEs, online or in-person!
You will receive the Zoom access link about 1 week prior to the workshop date.
We recommend that you gather these art materials to best take advantage of the workshop.
Cancellation Policy: We require cancellation notification at least 2 weeks prior to the workshop date for the online Ethics of Self-Care.
If you are outside of Washington State, we advise that you check with your state licensing board to confirm that they accept NBCC approved CEs.
This workshop offers 6 CEs in ethics for Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Social Workers.
Northwest Creative & Expressive Arts Institute is a NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider ™,
ACEP No. 7014.
- Ethics of Self-Care: an Art Based Approach
January 30, 2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Venue: Online webinar via Zoom