Dr. Theresa Beeton provides supervision and continuing education for professionals in the counseling field. She is a certified supervisor for social workers and provides supervision to individuals seeking licensure, and case consultation. Supervision is provided to help people work from an ecological approach while working with clients from a systemic perspective. Individual and group sessions are available.
Continuing Education for Professionals
Relational Ethics and Social Work Practice
October 9, 2015 Sponsored by GWSCSW- See http://gwscsw.org/ to register and pay for this course
This course will review the NASW code of ethics, standards of practice and apply those ethics to real life everyday practice. Participants will have an opportunity to review their own belief systems in terms of social work values and ethical standards. In addition, participants will have an opportunity to experientially practice dealing with ethical dilemmas using a protocol for issues that come up in workplace situations.
- Identify the core values and historical development of ethical practice in social work
2. Review the content of the NASW code of ethics
3. Review Virginia standards of practice
4. Describe potential ethical and illegal problems in social work practice
5. Identify personal practice and potential ethical dilemmas related to social work practice
6. Identify a protocol for effectively resolving ethical issues in practice
Family Life Space Drawing
Initial counseling sessions provide an opportunity to learn about the client’s needs and discover a plan for the counseling relationship. The process of obtaining information and joining your new client can be connecting and informative for client and counselor.
This workshop will train you in the use of an interactive counseling tool, The Family Life Space Drawing. The training will provide you with a unique way to join clients and engage them while learning about current relationship dynamics and environmental factors in an interactive visual way. Not only will you be able to discover the present factors related to personal relationships, social stress, and community factors, you and the clients have an opportunity to discover information that is underlying the current relationship situation that includes family history!
The tool is useful for all counseling relationships but is particularly useful when working with more than one person as in the case of couples and families.
Ron and Theresa have been using this process and teaching about it for over 30 years. Ron has been an innovator and developer of the procedure and Theresa is writing a book on how to use the process.
CEUs pending NASWVA