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.