Ethics Webinar Series

This webinar series has ended.

Join Camber experts for informative discussions and trainings about the ethics of cultural competency in practice and the importance of confidentiality in caregiver communications in our 2-part webinar series providing FREE CEUs. You can sign up to attend one or both webinars.

You will receive 1.5 CEUs for each webinar you attend as they are each one hour and 30 minutes in duration. These CEUs are approved by the Kansas & Missouri State Committees of Social Workers and can be used by any profession that recognizes State Committee for Social Worker-approved CEUs.

Webinar 1 – Ethics: Cultural Competence in Practice

Tuesday, April 4 from 12 – 1:30 p.m. CDT

Cultural Competence webinar

In order to effectively work with kids and families in all settings, we have an obligation to understand and grow our cultural competence to form stronger connections and best meet their needs. In this training, we will define cultural competence, explore ethical obligations, and discuss mechanisms for personal growth.

This training will include opportunities for attendee participation in discussions related to personal aspirations in cultural competency.

In this training, we will:

  • Define cultural competency
  • Cover ethical obligations
  • Highlight personal growth concepts


Alexandra Beineman, LMSW Associate Director of Program and Staff Development Camber Children's Mental Health

Rachael Sanders, LSCSW Clinical Manager Camber Children's Mental Health

Webinar 2 Ethics: Confidentiality & Caregiving Communication

Wednesday, April 12 from 12  – 1:30 p.m. CDT

While most child- and family-serving professions are aligned with a code of conduct and/or laws outlining expectations for confidentiality and privacy, it can be challenging to navigate what to share with a caregiver when working with minors. In this training, we will discuss the overarching guidelines and expectations in a variety of settings related to client and student confidentiality and discuss specific ethical dilemmas professionals in these settings may face.

This training will include opportunities for attendee participation in discussions related to ethical considerations when determining what is shared with caregivers.

In this training, you will learn:

  • Guiding laws & codes
  • Setting specific considerations
  • Ethical considerations in working with youth


Alexandra Beineman, LMSW, Associate Director of Program and Staff Development, Camber Children’s Mental Health

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