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The Learning Curve Institute: Managing Professional Boundaries Workshop

Posted by Laura Austen-Gray 1 month 1 week ago

Wednesday 4 December 2019
Dublin
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Managing Professional Boundaries Workshop – how to keep relationships professional in today’s increasingly informal work environment:

This workshop has been approved for CPD credits from The Psychological Society of Ireland and The Addiction Counsellors of Ireland.

This 1 day training workshop will be delivered in Dublin this December. The programme will teach participants how to maintain appropriate boundaries in the workplace and give clear cut advice on grey areas. The workshop is designed to provide an overview of boundaries and the many ways in which they can be encountered and managed. There is a strong emphasis on practical examples of boundary issues and how to avoid crossing them and methods of best practice in relation to boundaries offered throughout the training. The programme is highly interactive with some group exercises and scenarios and is aimed at participants who wish to underpin and strengthen their existing knowledge around boundaries.

This training would be suitable for: Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Nurse Practitioners, Youth Workers, Social Care Workers, HR Professionals, Managers or any profession where managing boundaries are important.

 

Location:

Dublin, The Skylon Hotel, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

 

About the Course:

The workshop will build on and expand existing knowledge in the group in relation to boundaries and enhance confidence in participants in relation to their understanding of boundaries and the way in which they are respected and guarded. Attendees will explore and understand why boundaries are important in work, which will include looking at scenarios such as child protection, self‐harm, suicide ideation etc. The programme includes identifying positive behaviour in relation to our personal boundaries and understanding negative behaviour and how to identify behaviours that suggest an individual's boundaries are becoming inappropriate. Participants will learn how to raise concerns in a professional manner, and where to seek advice and information about boundary issues as they arise. The workshop will allow space and time for participants to look at their own practice in relation to managing boundaries and discuss clients that they have had or are currently working with (suitably anonymous) in relation to managing boundaries. There will be an element of self-care covered in the programme.

 

Certification:

Certificate of completion in “Managing Professional Boundaries” from The Learning Curve Institute.

     

    Costs:

    Price per person: €125.00. This includes all handouts, materials and certificate from The Learning Curve Institute.

     

    Booking:

    To secure a place on the workshop book online here. Online payment in full is necessary to book a place on this workshop. The course has a limited amount of spaces available so early booking is highly advisable.

     

    For further details, please click here. 

    Event language(s):
    Attending fee: 
    Yes
    Online event: 
    No
    Organised by: 
    The Learning Curve Institute
    Organiser type: 
    Other event
    Contact details: 
    Website: www.thelearningcurve.ie Phone: 098 25530 Email: info@thelearningcurve.ie For further information or assistance regarding bookings contact the office on 098 25530 or email info@thelearningcurve.ie
    Expected (learning) outcomes: 
    Become aware of the importance of managing boundaries. Define what are good/bad boundaries. Highlight some of the areas where boundaries may become blurred and ways of proactively dealing with these. Identify where a person’s boundaries are not clear and appropriate responses to this. Define a “best practice” approach to managing boundaries. Understand the need to have an effective framework in relation to managing boundaries, i.e. confidentiality, duty of care, consent to share information, children etc. Manage professional boundaries, i.e. record keeping, ethical boundaries etc. Manage personal boundaries, i.e. self‐disclosure, use of supervision.
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