Victims and the Aftermath of Disasters: Ethical Implications for Workers
** Rescheduled from June 8, 2018 to August 3, 2018 **
This workshop is designed with two parts, basic and advanced for workers at all levels of experience and across practice settings. Lately, we have experienced a tremendous number of disasters, from mass shootings to hurricanes. We are inundated with images and stories. As workers with victims and disaster relief effort participants, we need to consider the ethical implications on how we are affected by our work. This workshop will address the intersectional factors of working with victims, assisting in disaster relief efforts and our response as workers.
Continuing Education -
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Ethics of Working with the Victims and Disaster Relief Participants
Morning Only: $35.00
12:00 PM to 12:45 PM Networking Lunch
12:45 PM to 3:45 PM - Intersectional Factors of Working with Victims, Assisting in Disaster Relief Efforts and Our Response as Workers
Afternoon Only: $35.00
All Day Workshop - $65.00
The CEU will be offered online also. Please register below and you will receive a link one week prior to the event.
ONLINE MORNING ONLY - $35
ONLINE AFTERNOON ONLY - $35
ONLINE ALL DAY - $65
Dr. Jose Carbajal is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He is currently teaching at Stephen F. Austin. Dr. Carbajal has over 10 years of clinical experience. His research interests is in the effects of psychological trauma and interventions clinicians use to treat trauma, neuroscience and social work practice, faith and trauma, ethics, social disparity and distribution of wealth. He is also a consultant and provider on trauma treatment, child therapy and integrated behavioral health.