Working in a pandemic presents new ethical challenges; clinical, personal, technological, etc. Let’s uncover them and discover the necessary supports to sustain us. This pandemic reveals basic tenets of Buddhist psychology: knowing them can bring relief.
This workshop offers opportunities to reflect upon the ethical vulnerabilities inherent in clinical practice during these times– identify the ones particular to your practice and recognize the unique strengths and supports that sustain you. Learn an innovative, reflective meditative process that identifies the challenges and strengths particular to the context in which you now work.
• Apply Reflective Meditation and freeform writing for a deeper understanding of the “ethical landscape” of participants.
• Identify and reduce conditions that create ethical vulnerabilities and challenges.
• Identify and augment personal strengths and activities that lead to a reduced risk of ethical transgressions.
• Develop an understanding of the Buddhist principle of conditionality and its role in ethical decision making.
• Develop Reflective Meditation for self-care and as an ethical safeguard.
Cost: $75-200 | 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM | 6 CE hours approved by NBCC*
Saturday, August 1, 2020 Sorry, workshop is Full
Friday, September 11, 2020 Registration
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