When Should I Be Concerned About Someone’s Parenting? What Can We Do to Help? Exploring Case Studies in Child Neglect
We all became mental health professionals for a reason: we want to help. However, helping can be complicated, especially when it comes to families. It’s hard to distinguish problematic parenting from child maltreatment. Poverty and substance use disorders can make it more difficult to evaluate a situation. As mental health professionals, it is even more complicated, because we’re legally obligated to report certain suspicions to child protective services. This session was developed to help you understand the considerations you should make when you have a concern about someone’s parenting. We’l...Read morel explore common case studies to identify practical strategies for intervention with families that meet our legal and ethical obligations. Less...
- Distinguish problematic parenting from child maltreatment.
- Identify the ethical/ moral and legal conundrums implicated in evaluating interventions with parents and children.
- Describe considerations for determining when making a report to child protective services is required by law.
- Identify appropriate interventions to support family functioning.
Friday, June 16, 2023
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About the speaker
Kathryn S. Krase, PhD, JD, MSW
11:00am - 11:10am Introductions
11:10am - 11:50am Ethical and Legal Conundrums in Evaluating Parenting
11:50am - 12:30pm Distinguishing Problematic Parenting from Child Maltreatment
12:30pm - 12:45pm Break
12:45pm - 1:05pm Distinguishing Problematic Parenting from Child Maltreatment Continued
1:05pm - 2:05pm Assessment & Intervention
2:05pm - 2:15pm Conclusions, Q&A
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Association of Social Work Boards
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New York Education Department Board of Creative Arts Therapy
New York Education Department for Licensed Mental Health Counselors
New York Education Department Board for Licensed Psychoanalysts
New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology
New York State Education Department's State Board for Marriage and Family Therapy
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