Hamman Professional Wellness | Magee Ethics Workshop: The Ethics of Cure (In-Person)
Friday, June 23
9am - 12pm CT
Potentially appropriate for 3 Ethics CEs
In this workshop, we will explore the ethical implications of some of the most basic assumptions in contemporary mental health practice through film, lecture, and discussion.
What do we accomplish in our work with others? How do we know when we have been useful? Deeply embedded in mental health training and culture are assumptions about what and how we see. The labels we use, expressed in our diagnoses and theoretical assumptions, create psychic structures – and barriers – even as we believe they impartially describe reality. And when we imagine the destination of the work in terms of disorder and cure, we risk trapping those in our care within constricted realities and impossible futures. In this workshop, we will explore the ethical implications of some of the most basic assumptions in contemporary mental health practice through film, lecture, and discussion.
This program is being offered IN-PERSON, and will be recorded. Recordings will be distributed to registrants only, and are not available for individual purchase.
This program is also being offered ONLINE. CLICK HERE to register for the online section.
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Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.
Sean Fitzpatrick, PhD LPC, holds master's degrees in religious studies (Rice University) and clinical psychology (University of Houston Clear Lake) and received his doctorate in psychology through Saybrook University's program in Jungian studies. Sean is a psychotherapist in private practice and has been employed at The Jung Center since 1997. His book, The Ethical Imagination Exploring Fantasy and Desire in Analytical Psychology, is available in The Jung Center bookstore. His research interests also include the intersection of psychology and spirituality and vicarious trauma and the selfcare needs of helping professionals and social service providers. He is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum and serves on the boards of the Houston Museum District Association and the Network of Behavioral Health Providers. His local and national teaching schedule can be found at his website sfitzpatrick.com.
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