Trainer(s): CYFD-Behavioral Health Services and NM Wraparound Endorsed Coaches
5.5 Social Work CEUs
This is a new training. Demand is expected to be quite high, especially since this training will soon be a required part of the FiT certification track.
Due to this expected high demand, your registration confirmation will not be automatically approved as is usually the case. Instead you will receive a Provisional confirmation. Your training slot will be approved on a space available basis. Once your registration has been approved, you will receive additional information, together with a calendar invitation.
Wraparound Facilitators and Coaches have a responsibility to provide ethical care to the youth and families they are working with and to understand the importance of ethics when working in behavioral health. Training provides an overview of ethics including its definition and fundamental principles. Participants will explore the difference between ethics, values, morals and the law. They will be led through exercises to examine ethical dilemmas and asked to think through situations where ethics may run contrary to the law. How ethics relate to trauma-informed care is discussed. Boundaries with youth and families, cultural humility, practicing within your scope and witnessing colleagues’ ethical violations are examined though discussion of the overlap of ethics and the Wraparound Core Values. Participants will learn about HIPPA and how it relates to their job and to ethics. Special considerations for ROIs and technology will be discussed as well as Documentation and best practices.
This training is a part of the Facilitator-in-Training track required prior to certification as a Wraparound Facilitator. Those not on the FIT track may also take this training, on a space available basis, for general knowledge or CEU credit. Select trainings can also be taken for continuing education credits required for Certified Wraparound Facilitator recertification.
*Prerequisite: Foundations of Wraparound Practice Training