Craine Family Mediation
Ellen M. Craine and Craine Counseling and Consulting Group offers the following educational programs for social workers:
To schedule a class / workshop at your agency, please contact Ellen M. Craine at contact us or call us at 248-539-3850
In August 2017, the NASW Delegate Assembly approved the most substantive revision to the NASW Code of Ethics since 1996. The Code of Ethics continues to be the most accepted standard for social work ethical practice worldwide. With emergent technological advances over the last two decades, the profession could not ignore the necessity for more clarity around the complex implications of new forms of communication and relationship building through technology.The Social Work Ethics Institute is a day-long gathering designed for Michigan social workers to learn about and share timely and relevant issues involving social work ethics, including social media, technology, religion and spirituality, animal-assisted therapy issues, human resources, and supervision.
Below are continuing education programs being offered this year
EMU-Livonia: Legal and Ethical Issues With Medical Marijuana 6 hours (includes 3 hours Ethics) June 29
This workshop will begin with a brief history of the marijuana plant and its uses. We will explore the beginnings of prohibition at the Federal level and Federal laws on the use of marijuana and the history of medical marijuana in Michigan.
The class will also focus on ethical considerations based on the NASW Code-of-Ethics and participants will discuss and evaluate multiple case scenarios.
Business of Social Work Conference (rescheduled from May 10, 2018) - August 10, 2018
MSU (at Schoolcraft College) - Legal and Ethical Issues in Domestic: Introducing Screening - October 29
For more information including when and where the class you are interested in is being offered, please contact us or call us at 248-539-3850