January 14, 2022

10:30AM - 5:00PM EST


VIRTUAL--One-day Ethics Training - Increasing Your Power Wisdom: Ethics through a Diversity Inclusive Lens

About the event

• Upon completion of the training, participants will earn 5 NAADAC Continuing Education Credits (CE’s).
The course utilizes the Right Use of Power. In this training we will distinguish five kinds of power: personal power (our birthright and the power within), role power (additional power that is embedded in a position of authority), status power (unearned power that is culturally conferred), collective power (the increased power to influence accessed by a group), and systemic power (the strong and usually unnamed power of systems). In this course we are focusing on status power (unearned power that is culturally conferred). This kind of power is challenging and entrenched whether you have more status power or less status power although it is clearly intensely more harmful (both emotionally and physically) and completely unjust for people of down-status identities. We will also explore four other types of power: personal power (our birthright and the power within), role power (additional power that is embedded in a position of authority), collective power (the increased power to influence accessed by a group), and systemic power (the strong and usually unnamed power of systems).

About the trainer

Ellen Pallme, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS is a practicing licensed clinical social worker and additions specialist. For the past five years she has devoted her time to clinical supervision and training new clinicians entering the field. She became a member of MINT in 2015 and has focused on developing skills with co-occurring disorders. Ellen has pursued her interest in helping trauma survivors by becoming a certified yoga teacher to include movement in therapy.

Registration

This event is open to the public. Registration fee is $179.00/person and includes a printable electronic handout and/or an electronic training journal to use as a resource during the training. For more information, please contact: candacel@trainforchange.net or call 1-775-434-1562
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