Ethics and Boundaries in Complex Trauma & Dissociation

Recorded June 2021, this webinar series will explore Ethics and Boundaries in Complex Trauma and Dissociation for one hour per week over four weeks.  

We will discuss the complicated ethical dilemmas in treating clients in different developmental stages with complex trauma and dissociation. Common ethical challenges will be discussed, including reporting and confidentiality issues; ongoing abuse and revictimization; ethical issues related to self-harm, suicidality and danger to others; boundary issues; management of the therapeutic relationship and intense countertransference; ethical management of impasses.

We will explore the intersection of our personal and professional ethics, its impact on our ethical decision-making, and how we can develop a mindful, compassionate and boundaried approach to ethics that is well integrated with our clinical approach.

About the Presenter

Kathy

Kathy Steele, MN, CS has been in private practice in Atlanta, Georgia for over three decades, specializing in the treatment of complex trauma, dissociation, attachment difficulties, and the challenges of complicated therapies. She is an adjunct faculty at Emory University, and a Fellow and past President of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. Ms Steele teaches internationally and consults with individuals, groups, and trauma programs. She has received a number of awards for her clinical and published works, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from ISSTD. 

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Dates

Recorded June & July 2021

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