Ancient Ethics for Today’s Healers
September 16, 2014 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This webinar offers one Continuing Education Credit for Social Workers only.
Gerald will draw insights from indigenous cultures from around the world that can inform our contemporary healing practices. He cites fundamental tenets of indigenous healing practices that have stood the test of time — thousands of years — and remain solid examples of best practices. Indigenous healing practices provide a model of ethical care that transcend today’s mechanical and technical approaches, bringing humanistic care back into the psychologist’s and doctor’s offices. Among the topics to be addressed are the importance of ritual, ceremony, community, spirituality, patient beliefs, and methods to awaken the patient’s inner doctor by removing common obstacles to healing.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO RECEIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
1. Download post-test questions from Orlando Behavior Health Services at the time you purchase your CEs; you may need to scroll down to find the webinar.
To get to the test, you must complete your paypal purchase first. In the confirmation message, click the option to go back to the vendor site (www.orlandobehaviorhealth.org). The link will take you to a page with the download link for the questions file. In some browsers, the page will open, and in Google Chrome, the file will load as a link at the bottom of the browser window. Click on that download link to open the questions file.
2. Answer Yes, No or Maybe for each question;
3. Save the test and your answers in a Word document;
5. Include your license type, license number and state;
6. You must achieve at least 80% in order to receive CEs. Your certificate will be emailed to you from Orlando Behavior Health Services.
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