Many traditional models of morality and ethics emphasize reason and logic; however, emotion and cognition also play a large role in the ethical decision-making process. This two part series will introduce participants to the Reflective Judgment model, including data from cognitive psychology. How can we increase our chance of dealing with ethical dilemmas in creative and effective ways? In part two, we will apply the model to clinical issues in treatment and supervision.
By the conclusion of this presentations, participants will be able to:
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