Prevention Ethics

The Ethics in Prevention in-person training provides participants with knowledge and skills regarding ethical responsibilities and practices, and familiarizes them with the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics. Through interactive activities and discussions, participants will explore the role of ethics in their work, and apply a four-step decision-making model for assessing, addressing, and evaluating a range of ethical issues.

Educational Objectives

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

Demonstrate knowledge and skills regarding ethical responsibilities and practice

Identify the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics

Explore the role of ethics in their work through interactive activities and discussion

Apply a four-step decision-making model for assessing, addressing, and evaluating a range of ethical issues

Available Continuing Education:  5.5 hours

CHES-(Certified Health Education Specialist)

CPH-(Certified Public Health)

DMH-Addiction Therapist

DMH-Community Support Specialist

DMH-Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Therapist

DMH-Mental Health Therapist

DMH-Licensed Administrator

MAAP-(Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals)

NBCC/LPC-(National Board Certified Counselors)

SW-(Social Work)

Presenter

Jordan Hillhouse, CPS, MBA and Jacquelyn McDougle, MEd, MS, LPC, NCC

Location

MSPHI

Date

Sep. 21, 2020

Time

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Presenter

Jordan Hillhouse, CPS, MBA and Jacquelyn McDougle, MEd, MS, LPC, NCC

Location

MSPHI