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Event date: 6/1/2023 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM Export event
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Ethical Considerations for Clincial Social Workers Providing Supervision

3.0 Supervision


Presenter: Meg McKeon, EdD LISW

Thursday, June 1, 2023

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration/Check-in

9:00 am – 12:15 pm - Workshop with intermittent breaks

CEUs: 3.0

This workshop will introduce a couple of ethical screens and utilize them to explore the above topics and others as they pertain to the practice of ethical supervision. As the profession of social work changes and adapts to the world we live in, so does the practice of clinical supervision. Multicultural clientele, legal updates, multidisciplinary teams, and the increased use of technology are just some of the issues that create ethical questions for clinical supervisors. By establishing an awareness of ethical responsibilities, understanding the risks associated with providing clinical supervision along with the basic professional practice participants will better be prepared to avoid and manage potentially difficult ethical problems and dilemmas.

Ethics of Supervision Objectives:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of the important ethical issues related to clinical supervision.
2. Describe areas of potential liability in clinical supervision.
3. Identify strategies for incorporating ethical responsibilities into practice. 

Presenter: Meg McKeon, Ed.D., LISW received her Bachelor of Science from Shepherd University. While working as a crisis intervention specialist for a psychosocial rehabilitation program in Maryland she received her Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland Baltimore. Meg worked with adults with serious mental illness in community mental health programs. At that time, she specialized in working with adults with Dissociative Identity Disorder, as well as Borderline Personality disorder. Her career then moved to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level while also providing mental health services to university students. Meg received her Doctor of Education from the University of Pennsylvania while also serving as a senior administrator in Student Affairs at several universities. After a rewarding career in higher education Meg returned to her professional roots in community mental health. She worked with adolescents through adults using various modalities including Brief Solution Focused therapy, CBT, Mindfulness CBT working with LGBT youth, adults and families. Recently retired from direct practice, and serves as the NW Branch chair of NASW-IA. She is a presenter/lecturer, and consultant.



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