Moral Compass and Stigma Seminar, Staten Island, Sunday, 3-18-18

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Please join us for our

CE You! New York Seminar featuring two great  presentations…


Moral Compass: Ethics in Social Work, Health Care and Beyond


Stigma: The Courage to Take Action

Earn up to 6 CE Contact Hours!


Sunday March 18, 2018

 JCC of Staten Island, 1466 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10314

Full seminar only $119.00. One session alone is $75.00

Refreshments (healthy and not-so healthy) are served throughout the day.


* Free and Easy Parking * Just Minutes from the Verrazano Bridge *

* Cafe on Premises * Refreshments included *


First Session: 3:00 PM – 6:00PM

Moral Compass: Ethics in Social Work, Health Care and Beyond

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Michael Dahnke,PhD

Join recognized Bioethicist and Philosophy professor Michael Dahnke, PhD on a fascinating journey through philosophical logic to the very core of human and professional ethics. Participants will explore the basis of ethical decision making, analyze the NASW Code of Ethics and develop a deeper, practical comprehension applying this understanding to real and hypothetical cases.
Dr. Dahnke brings a unique, thought provoking and interactive approach as a university lecturer (CUNY) as well as through his noted publications and academic works on the ethics surrounding client confidentiality and autonomy, duty to warn, and social justice. This workshop is sure to deepen your appreciation of the decision making process, and offer thinking strategies to help clients better understand and connect with their values systems.


Second Session: 6:00 PM – 9:00PM

Stigma: The Courage to Take Action

( 3 CE Contact Hours)

Presenter: Miriam Malowitzky, MA, LMSW

Navigate the social and psychological phenomena surrounding mental health and stigma with presenter Miriam Malowitzky, MA, LMSW. Attendees will explore the effects of social stigma that may hinder client engagement and receptivity; cultivating family support and education to counteract the effects of negative stigmatization, and address common myths and realities as they relate to stigma and mental health.
Miriam Malowitzky has been working in the mental health field for almost twenty years. She holds both a Master’s in School Psychology as well as a license in Social Work.


Full Day Seminar includes two excellent classes, a total of 6 CE Contact Hours. Refreshments (healthy and not-so healthy) are served. Full seminar only $119.00. One session alone is $75.00

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