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"Ethical & Effective Frameworks with Community Members In Chronic Poverty" (3 CEUs ethics)
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This training is an introduction to working ethically, effectively and collaboratively with community members experiencing generational or chronic financial need. (3 CEUs ethics)

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When: Fri., June 30, 2017
1 PM - 4 PM
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Northern Arizona Healthcare Education Center
1000 N. Humphreys
Ste. 241-242
Flagstaff, AZ  86001
United States
Presenter: Bethany Camp, LCSW
Contact: Jeremy Arp
480-968-4595


Online registration is available until: 6/30/2017
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"Ethical & Effective Frameworks with Community Members Living in Poverty" presented by Behany Camp, LCSW (3 CEUs ethics)
 
 
This training is an introduction to working ethically, effectively and collaboratively with community members experiencing generational or chronic financial need.
 In this training we will:
Define poverty and socio-economic classes
Discuss hidden rules among socio-economic classes
Review characteristics of the different socio-economic classes
Discuss how language and story-telling play into different socio-economic classes
Discuss the elements of oppression
Building relationship between social classes
Review ethical practices
Learn how to utilize Relational Psychotherapy and Relational-Cultural Theory in your practice
This training is based upon the published writings of Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D.

Bethany Camp, LCSW is a licensed clincial social worker in Texas and Arizona. She currently provides professional development trainings for licensed therapists and behavioral healht providers throughout northenr Arizona. Bethany received her Bachelor of Social Work from Northern Arizona University in 20015. She worked for Child Protective Services and the Texas statewide Abuse/Neglect Hotline before starting the MSSW program a the University of Texas Austin. She completed her Master of Social Work in 2009 and worked as a therapist at a women ad children's shelter, maintained a private practice and worked for community mental health as a school based therapist before moving back to Flagstaff, AZ in June 2016. She enjoys hiking and being out in nature with her two dogs. 

The cost for this event is as follows:
NASW members $60
Non-members $80
Student/Retired members $50
 
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