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Event Details

Blurred Lines: Maintaining Professional Boundaries-Health Federation of Philadelphia

: 296316
C1: Knowledge Acquisition
Wednesday, October 24, 2018  
5:00pm to 8:00pm
(3.00 Hours)

Description

Course ID 107540
Sometimes our desire to help the children and families we work with at our centers can create professional dilemmas.  How involved can we get?  Sometimes, our emotional experiences with a family or caregiver may make us back off or disengage from the relationship.  We may get too close or be too disconnected for our work to be effective.  This three hour workshop aims to help you understand the legal, ethical and professional constraints that essential to the maintenance of healthy, safe, trauma-informed and empowering relationships between you and the families you serve.
 

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session, learners will be able to:

1. Understand the ethical, legal, and professional codes that make boundary maintenance a necessity.
2. Understand that relationship building is essential to effective outcomes for children and families.
3. Discuss why teachers and parents may be susceptible to boundary compromises.
4. Integrate a 5-point strategy for decision-making when boundary compromises arise.

Target Audience: Teachers, Lead Teachers, Directors, Administrators

Core Knowledge Competencies

Identify the relevant professional codes,
standards, regulations, guidelines,
position statements, evidence-based
practices and state and federal
regulatory processes that support the
early childhood field.
K6.6 C1

Shake Rattle and Roll Inc.
1214 N Broad St.Philadelphia, PA 19121
County Philadelphia

Registration

Event Fee
Registration Closed
Register By
10/24/2018
Required?
Yes

Contact

Monica Sullivan (Email)
Public Health Management Corporation
1211 Chestnut St., 7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone (215) 977-8990

Public Health Management Corporation

Public Health Management Corporation(PHMC PD/TA)

Delivery Methods

Classroom/Face to Face

Assessment of Learning

Observation

Description

Sometimes our desire to help the children and families we work with at our centers can create professional dilemmas.  How involved can we get?  Sometimes, our emotional experiences with a family or caregiver may make us back off or disengage from the relationship.  We may get too close or be too disconnected for our work to be effective.  This three hour workshop aims to help you understand the legal, ethical and professional constraints that essential to the maintenance of healthy, safe, trauma-informed and empowering relationships between you and the families you serve.


3.00 Hours

Course Level

C1: Knowledge Acquisition

PQAS Approved

Course Category

Preschool/Pre-K

General Course

(3 Hours)

CDA Content Areas

Productive Relationships with Families (3 Hours)

Directors
Center Staff

Preschool