DescriptionJoin us for this informative seminar providing an overview of the use of evidence-based practice and evidence-based treatment interventions in children’s mental health. Key ethical issues inherent in evidence-based practice processes will be discussed in relationship to the delivery of child and adolescent mental health services. This course offers a great opportunity for all mental health clinicians to enhance and broaden their understanding of ethics and enhance their practices in relation to caring for children, adolescents, and their families.
This presenter is being supported through the partnership between the University of North Carolina School of Social Work and the NC AHEC Program.
Group RegistrationsRegistering 5 or more participants with one payment? Please use the paper registration form. Send completed paper registrations for the full group to the Registration Team at MAHEC.
Group Rate Available$ 80.00 per person
Five or more from same agency, registering & paying at same time
(add $15 to fee if registering after October 28, 2021)
Mental health professionals, including psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, substance use professionals, licensed marriage and family therapists, peer support specialists, and others professionals interested in this topic
Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:
- Define evidence-based practice and evidence-based treatment interventions and distinguish between the two
- Identify connections between evidence-based practice and ethical practice in the treatment of child and adolescent mental health
- Discuss key ethical dilemmas in the implementation of evidence-based treatment interventions
- Betsy E. Bledsoe, PhD, MPhil, MSW