2020 NASW-Illinois Chapter Virtual Conference - Page 9



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Ruth Lipschutz, LCSW, ACSW
Director, Attunement Center
A Social Workers Toolbox for Managing
Ethical Dilemmas: A Case Scenario Approach
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This workshop will focus on the necessary competency to engage in ethical practice by
applying the NASW Code of Ethics, ethical dilemma problem–solving tools, and how
one can foster integrity within their practice, agency, and profession.
Mary Garrison, LCSW, ACSW
Professor of Social Work, Millikin University
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Sexual Harassment Prevention
NASW member
Ethics CEU count
Mandated Reporter
Clickable links
» www.naswil.org/conference / RETHINKING ETHICS
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Social workers in school settings face difficult ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. Ethical
dilemmas challenge us to prioritize values, ethical codes and standards, district and school
policies, and applicable regulations. School social workers encounter ethical dilemmas in
many areas including confidentiality, informed consent, self-determination, safety and health
concerns, boundaries, and working with interdisciplinary teams. In addition, school social
workers often face challenges related to understaffing, insufficient supervision, and lack of
resources. This workshop will provide an overview of key laws, policies, and procedures to
successfully resolve ethical dilemmas.
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AFTERNOON BREAKOUTS
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2:45pm — 3:45pm
Ethical Considerations for School Social Workers
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