VIRTUAL TRAINING: Ethics in Prevention – TRAINING FULL
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This is a 6-hour training taught virtually in two 3-hour sessions from 9 a.m. – noon on February 21 & 22, 2023. Cost is $20
Participants must attend both sessions to receive any credits.
This course reviews the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics, as well as how to use an ethical decision-making process and to apply the Prevention Code of Ethics.
Stephanie Murtaugh MA, MBA
Stephanie Murtaugh is a 40-year veteran in the field of behavioral health treatment, intervention and prevention. In her recent position as the Director of Clinical Services at Pittsburgh Mercy, Ms. Murtaugh was responsible for Behavioral Health Ambulatory Care, Community Treatment Teams, Physical Health/Behavioral Health Integration, Primary Care, Community Health and Wellness Programming, Homeless services, Grant initiatives, Intervention Services including Hepatitis C Services, Tobacco Prevention/Cessation Services, Alcohol Highway Safety Programming and Drug Court/Community Justice Intervention Services. Additionally, she is a private trainer and consultant in the field of addictions and previously was adjunct faculty at Waynesburg University, Graduate Counseling Program and adjunct faculty at the University of Phoenix, College of Social Sciences.
Tuesday February 21 2023
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category: Training