The Great Lakes MHTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.
Successful outcomes largely depend upon the quality of interpersonal relationships with people receiving services. Workers must maintain a balance between being supportive, empathic, and understanding, yet professional at the same time. This training explores the nature of boundary issues at work by looking at the five different risk areas for most staff, offering tips and best practices for reducing the risk of boundary problems in the workplace.
- Review boundary concepts and terminology
- Examine ethical considerations with examples
- Introduce a decision-making process
- Adopt personal and professional interventions
Registrants who fully attend this event or training will be eligible to receive 2.0 continuing education hours provided by the Minnesota Board of Social Work and the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. Certificates are disseminated by People Incorporated to all qualifying individuals after the conclusion of the event or training.
Russ Turner, MA, Director of the People Incorporated Training Institute
During Russ’s 16-year tenure he has written and taught thousands of hours of person-centered curriculum to help people become more effective helpers, communicators, and leaders. His audience includes workers and leaders across a wide range of organizations from human services, healthcare, and libraries, to law enforcement and corrections. He trains trainers, works with management, and has consulted and coached on training projects across multiple sectors of the economy. He has worked as an educator for three decades in a variety of countries and settings including Japan, the Czech Republic, and the UK. His teaching philosophy is that adults learn best when they are challenged, the material is applicable to work situations, and sessions are interactive and engaging.
This training is co-sponsored by the Great Lakes MHTTC and People Incorporated Training Institute.