Ethics 5 CEs for Mental Health Professionals:

Ethical Mandate for Self-Care in Clinical Practice

Due to overwhelming demand for Ethics CEs in a safe online, live and interactive format, we are offering this training in September 2022 to support licensure of our colleagues. In Atlanta, we will hold an in-person training for Social Workers who require in-person CEs for ethics based upon demand.

Orchard Human Services, Inc. has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing
Education Provider, ACEP No. 7260. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly
identified. Orchard Human Services, Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

NOTE: We offer 1 and 2 credit ethics courses for states who have different credit requirements

Let us know and we can include an addition 1-2 hour training to meet your state requirements.

The training will be held online on Sunday 9/25/22 from 12-6 PM EDT. Cost for the 5-Hour Ethics Live Training is $140.

For LCSWs, we are offering a live training 9/22/22 from 12-6 PM EDT in person in the Atlanta area. Cost for the 5-Hour Ethics Live In-Person Training is $140; the live event will be held if enough attendees register. We will make every attempt to hold this live training.


for 5-Live Ethics CEs in September 2022

September 2022 – Two Dates
Phone Number

If the above registration link does not work, you may also pay and register now by going to and making payment of $140.00 to and include your email, name and phone number in the notes section with indication of date, 9/22 (Online) or 9/25 (In-Person) of 2022.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explore the Ethical Mandate for Self-Care In Today’s Complex Challenging World & Consider Ethical Implications For Various Self-Care Practices
  2. Explore Ethics & Exigence of Evidence-Based Traditional And Modern Self-Care Practices
  3. Engage in Experiential Exploration of Effective Self-Care Strategies & Explore Related Ethical Issues
  4. Explore Ethics of Promoting Self-Care To Clients & Their Families, Colleagues, Community

The training focuses on latest research showing that mental health professionals must practice more stringent self-care to maintain their clinical effectiveness in light of the pandemic, political and social unrest, climate change, and other issues including the war in Ukraine. Explore this ethical mandate for higher levels of self-care for clinical practitioners.

Then explore the latest and the time honored evidence based practices for self care. Engage in some experiential self-care practices while exploring ethical considerations related to each modality. Then explore ways to introduce these to clients & their families, colleagues, and the community to promote mental and physical health and wellbeing in your personal lives and in your practice and community. Discuss the ethical implications for bringing self-care to clinical practice and community.

Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski

Training is produced by Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski; click here to learn more about our presenter.

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