Ethical Thinking and Practice for Parent and Family Life Educators

Friday, October 20, 2017 - 1 p.m.- 4:15 p.m.

UW-Stevens Point, College of Professional Studies Building, Room 209

Family professionals encounter complex family systems, different views about parenting and a myriad of institutions that interact with families. The ethical implications of a particular situation may be complex, and professionals often feel alone as they figure out what to do or say.

Are you facing challenging questions in your work with families? Do you often wonder what to do? At this training, you will learn:

  • ethical perspectives for working with families
  • ethical principles for parent and family life educators and other family professionals
  • a case study process for addressing challenging situations and have an opportunity to practice this process with your colleagues

Who should attend

Professionals who work or plan to work in parent and family life education including educators, social workers, counselors and students in those fields.

Registration Fee​ ​

​UWSP Student​$20
Cost includes handbook​ ​

Workshop is limited to 50 participants. 




This workshop is offered in conjunction with the Minnesota Council on Family Relations (MNCFR) who is dedicated to strengthening families through continuing education, support and connection of professionals and students who are engaged in family education, policy, research and services. The MNCFR instructor for the workshop is Mary Maher, MSW, LPE.  


Contact Information

​Contact or 715-346-3912 for additional workshop information.
Call Customer Service at 715-346-3838 for registration assistance.

Cancellation Policy

Full refunds granted upon written request to or when received before October 6, 2017. No refunds will be given after October 6, 2017. Substitutions can be made at any time. No shows are responsible for the full workshop fee.