Ethics: Boundaries of Self Disclosure



9:00 am
Aug 16
4:00 pm

Self-disclosure, when used appropriately, can facilitate client’s understanding of their experiences, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and is used to develop strategies and resolve issues. At the same time, if used incorrectly, self-disclosure can change the focus of the discussion from the client’s concerns to those of the service provider. We will explore some advantages/disadvantages of self-disclosing and when and how to self-disclose.  (6 CEUs)

This is a paid training. The cost is $125. Register and pay online: Ethics: Boundaries of Self Disclosure

Workshop Instructor
Jennifer Padilla LMSW
Jennifer is from the Pueblo of Isleta and has a BA in Social Work from New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) and an MA in Social Work from New Mexico State University. She has extensive experience in working with Native communities in the areas of behavioral health prevention, intervention, treatment and aftercare. Jennifer uses elements of Somatic Experiencing (SE™) to approach addiction, violence and trauma when working with individuals, families and communities. She teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses for NMHU’s School of Social Work. Jennifer is also a small business development strategist with a passion for bridging the gap between business development and human behavior.

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