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Ethical and Boundary Consideration when Providing Home-Based Services to Infants and Their Families

November 30, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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This training is open to DWMHA employees only: If you are interested in bringing a similar training to your area, please email Lindi Kanine at lkanine@mi-aimh.org.

Home visiting is a service provision strategy that is used within a variety of programs serving infants and toddlers. Home visiting can intensify the professional’s reactions due to the intimate nature and the relationship-based focus of therapeutic. The vulnerability of very young children can also intensify the professional’s feelings of urgency. How home visiting professionals remain ‘professional’ in the face of such intimacy, vulnerability, and risk is essential to consider. This training session will discuss special considerations when providing home-based services: the impact of stress; consideration of diversity; and the use of self. Lecture, discussion, case material and video clips will aid in grappling with home based experiences and make attempts to clear the sometimes blurred lines between professional and ethical responsibility and personal responses

Presenter: Carla Barron, LMSW, IMH-E® (IV)

Registration: Registration information will be emailed to eligible participants

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Date:
November 30, 2015
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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MI-AIMH
Phone:
734.785.7700
Website:
http://mi-aimh.org

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VCE
1311 Allen Rd.
Southgate, 48195 United States
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