Date(s) - 17/04/2020
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Please be advised that AAFT Committee of Management will postpone the Privacy, Confidentiality and Ethics: How They Make Sense in our Work as Family Therapists due to the COVID-19.
We want to ensure that we minimise all risk to participants and their families.
This event will be re-scheduled for a future date.
PRIVACY, CONFIDENTIALITY AND ETHICS:
HOW THEY MAKE SENSE IN OUR WORK AS FAMILY THERAPISTS
Presenters: Nada Miocevic and Livia Jackson
The AAFT is pleased to present this workshop which will provide the information some ethical issues family therapists all face in their daily practice, and will assist practitioners to minimise their legal risks
- Ethical Principles and Clinical Competency and Responsibility of Family Therapist
- Ethical Issues and Digital Communication in our Practice
- Record Keeping and Documentation
- Components of Ethical Maturity
Nada Miocevic, Social Worker, Clinical Member AAFT, private practitioner, Melbourne based. She has served on a number of professional Ethics Committees and provides supervision to individuals and mental health professionals from different professional disciplines.
Dr Livia Jackson, Medical practitioner, Clinical member AAFT, in private practice, previous AAFT Ethics coordinator on AAFT executive and longstanding AAFT Committee member, Melbourne based, Director Alma Family Therapy Centre and Course director of 2 year AAFT Accredited Diploma in Family Therapy.
Date: Friday 17 April, 10am – 3.30pm. (Lunch provided)
Venue: The Bouverie Centre, 8 Gardiner Street, Brunswick Vic
Cost: AAFT Members $55 and Non AAFT Members $65
Lunch and morning tea provided