Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) is hosting a training presented by Carol F. Siegel, PhD, LP, clinical psychologist and instructor at the University of Minnesota. Reflective consultation is an enormous responsibility. In order to serve our consultees well, it requires awareness on multiple levels, including content, meaning, cultural factors and ethics. This presentation will focus on ethics and ethical awareness issues in reflective consultation. It will include an opportunity to use a format by which to process ethical issues. The intended audience is for anyone doing reflective consultation.
- Participants will understand the significance of the role of ethics in culturally-informed reflective consultation.
- Participants will identify three areas of concern regarding ethics in reflective consultation.
- Participants will become familiar with a process to address ethical concerns.
About the Presenter
Carol F. Siegel, PhD, LP is a licensed clinical psychologist in Minneapolis who sees parents and children in her private practice. Her primary clinical focus is parenting and issues encountered by parents with complex histories. This may include depression, stress, adoption, foster care, trauma, abuse or neglect. Dr. Siegel is a consultant to clinical and home-visiting programs around Minnesota and has been teaching in the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Master’s and Certificate Program at the University of Minnesota since 2007. She is endorsed by the Minnesota Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Association as an Infant Mental Health Clinical Mentor (Level IV).
Includes: 2 hours of ethics, 1 hour of cultural competency and .5 hours of clinical content