Identity & Belonging
MARCH 10, 2021
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Social Workers, LPC's, LMFT's, students and other professionals working in or planning to work in health & mental health care settings or any other human organization settings.
Earn 3 Ethics CEU's!
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Hosted and brought to you by the Borderland CEU Enhancement Social Work Committee in partnership with the Diversity and Resiliency Institute of El Paso (DRIEP)
This event is being offered to enhance knowledge and skills to maintain ethical standards while working within the context of a divisive climate. Come learn from legal professionals as well as local helping professionals on best practices and ethical implications for work with your clients!
Founded in 2017, our committee is made up of social workers from within the El Paso community. Our goal is to provide our local community of helping professionals the opportunity to attend meaningful and relevant workshops/conferences and obtain continuing education units for their professional licensure requirements. Come and learn from experts about these topics and network with other local professionals.
March 10, 2021
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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7:35 AM – 7:45 AM
7:45 AM – 7:55 AM
7:55 AM – 8:00 AM
8:00 AM – 8:15 AM
8:15 AM – 8:20 AM
8:20 AM – 9:50 AM
9:50 AM – 10:20 AM
10:20 AM – 11:50 PM
11:50 PM – 12:00 PM
ZOOM Call to open
Break 1 (door prizes, sponsors)
Keynote: An Ethical Imperative: Maintaining a Sandra A. Lopez. LCSW, ACSW,
Balanced Self in Challenging Times Diplomate in Clinical Social Work
Break 2 (sponsors)
Masculinity & Mental Health - Impact on Family: Adam McCormick, PhD, MSW
Engaging an Ethical Practice Framework
Break 3 (door prizes, sponsors)
Presentation Part 2 Adam McCormick, PhD, MSW
Closing Remarks, final door prizes, sponsors
“Masculinity & Mental Health—Impact on Family: Engaging an Ethical Practice Framework”
Presented by Dr. Adam McCormick
This workshop will explore the issue of masculinity and its impact on the behaviors, dynamics, and relationships of boys and men. Specific attention will be given to the ways in which unhealthy masculinity is socialized and reinforced throughout childhood and adolescence, and its lasting impact into adulthood. The presentation will explore the relationship between unhealthy masculinity and issues such as dating violence, sexual violence, mass school violence, risky sex, and mental illness. Discussion will address key themes related to power, control and privilege and ways in which social workers can address these dynamics while maintaining ethical standards.
1) Participants will increase their understanding of masculinity and how it is constructed and developed in the lives of boys and men;
2) Participants will explore the impact that masculinity has on major issues impacting clients including childhood trauma, dating violence, physical violence, risky sex and risky substance abuse;
3) Participants will familiarize themselves with key ideas that relate to the use of control and power as a manifestation of masculinity;
4) Participants will examine strategies for fostering healthy and transformative masculinities with boys and men while maintaining ethical standards.
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