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To Tell the Truth? Self-Disclosure in the Behavioral Health Workplace

Start Date: May 23, 2014
End Date: May 23, 2014
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May 23, 2014 (Friday) – Noon-1 p.m. EDT
(11 a.m. – Noon CDT, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. MDT, 9 a.m.-10 a.m. PDT)

This webinar will explore self-disclosure considerations, strategies, approaches, and benefits.
 

Presenters:

  • Denise Camp and Andy Bernstein
    Denise Camp, project coordinator and training specialist for On Our Own of Maryland gives the peer supporter perspective and Andy Bernstein, Ph.D., a psychologist from Tucson, AZ will examine self-disclosure on a broader scale.

Self-disclosure can be a powerful way to build relationships and foster meaningful communication. But it can be fraught with dangers and must be performed in a positive, appropriate manner (if at all). While self-disclosure is almost always part of the role as a peer supporter, other behavioral health disciplines are exploring it more seriously as well.

This webinar will begin with an examination of why and how peer supporters self disclose and will examine how practitioners from other disciplines may do so. But self-disclosure is not for everyone as there are potential risks and boundary issues. And self-disclosure includes a range of personal information from: “I have a dog too;” to “I have experience with addictions and psychiatric conditions too.”

All webinars in this series have been made possible through the generous support of Optum™, which provides moderation and technical support.

To receive a free certificate of participation, take a brief quiz after the webinar (the link will be found on the iNAPS website. A certificate will be mailed to you 3-4 weeks after the webinar.

No pre-registration is required. Questions? Contact us at: webinars@naops.org
For continuing education credit, contact your state certification authority to determine if a certificate from this webinar qualifies for such credit.

Access Information
To join the online meeting, go to:
https://optum.webex.com/optum/j.php?MTID=mf1d123ef5c7cb31e5755129d2315b760

When you join the meeting you will be prompted on the screen to provide a phone number. The system will call you back so you can hear the audio of the webinar over your phone.

For a PDF flyer for this event, click here.

For a free SAMHSA Publication on Self-Disclosure (good pre-read) go to: Self-Disclosure and Its Impact on Individuals Who Receive Mental Health Services

The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) does not endorse or attest to the quality of the content. Questions regarding content, recordings, and additional information should be directed to the host organization and/or presenter.

Contact Email: webinars@naops.org
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Webinar Details

To Tell the Truth? Self-Disclosure in the Behavioral Health Workplace

Start Date: May 23, 2014
End Date: May 23, 2014
Location:
Event Details:

May 23, 2014 (Friday) – Noon-1 p.m. EDT
(11 a.m. – Noon CDT, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. MDT, 9 a.m.-10 a.m. PDT)

This webinar will explore self-disclosure considerations, strategies, approaches, and benefits.
 

Presenters:

  • Denise Camp and Andy Bernstein
    Denise Camp, project coordinator and training specialist for On Our Own of Maryland gives the peer supporter perspective and Andy Bernstein, Ph.D., a psychologist from Tucson, AZ will examine self-disclosure on a broader scale.

Self-disclosure can be a powerful way to build relationships and foster meaningful communication. But it can be fraught with dangers and must be performed in a positive, appropriate manner (if at all). While self-disclosure is almost always part of the role as a peer supporter, other behavioral health disciplines are exploring it more seriously as well.

This webinar will begin with an examination of why and how peer supporters self disclose and will examine how practitioners from other disciplines may do so. But self-disclosure is not for everyone as there are potential risks and boundary issues. And self-disclosure includes a range of personal information from: “I have a dog too;” to “I have experience with addictions and psychiatric conditions too.”

All webinars in this series have been made possible through the generous support of Optum™, which provides moderation and technical support.

To receive a free certificate of participation, take a brief quiz after the webinar (the link will be found on the iNAPS website. A certificate will be mailed to you 3-4 weeks after the webinar.

No pre-registration is required. Questions? Contact us at: webinars@naops.org
For continuing education credit, contact your state certification authority to determine if a certificate from this webinar qualifies for such credit.

Access Information
To join the online meeting, go to:
https://optum.webex.com/optum/j.php?MTID=mf1d123ef5c7cb31e5755129d2315b760

When you join the meeting you will be prompted on the screen to provide a phone number. The system will call you back so you can hear the audio of the webinar over your phone.

For a PDF flyer for this event, click here.

For a free SAMHSA Publication on Self-Disclosure (good pre-read) go to: Self-Disclosure and Its Impact on Individuals Who Receive Mental Health Services

The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) does not endorse or attest to the quality of the content. Questions regarding content, recordings, and additional information should be directed to the host organization and/or presenter.

Contact Email: webinars@naops.org
Description:
More Info Url:
Registration Url:

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