Michigan Rehabilitation Association
2019 Spring Seminar
Spiraling Up: The Ethics of Effective Self Care for the Helping Professional
If you are a helping professional in an organization, you are well aware of the struggle to provide quality services and remain personally happy and healthy while meeting what can seem like never-ending demands. Reframing your ethical obligation to remain professionally competent is built upon a foundation of positive psychology. This includes integrating self-care practices into our practice and routines and adopting mindfulness-based positive principles.
Learn how to meet a primary ethical obligation to remain competent in practice as evidenced in Section D. Professional Responsibility of the Certified Rehabilitation Counseling Code (CRCC).
Understand and apply four foundational principles: Flourishing, intentionality, reciprocity in care of self and others and integration of self-care into life.
Identify effective workplace strategies that result in positive support to wellness.
Understand the impact and role of individual and organizational leadership in pursuit of employee wellness and building resiliency skills.
Rosanne Renauer, M.S. is a doctoral student in Rehabilitation Counseling Education at Michigan State University. With over thirty years of professional experience with Michigan Rehabilitation Services, the state public vocational rehabilitation program, Rosanne is a limited licensed psychologist and current President of the National Association on Rehabilitation Leadership. She has received numerous awards including NRA’s Guy Hubbard Leadership Award, Ability One’s Government Leadership and MRA’s Excellence award. She cares deeply about staff development, disability, and wellness in the workplace.
Date: March 29, 2019
8:30-9:00 Registration and Networking Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Welcome and Michigan Rehabilitation Association Introduction
9:15-11:30 Presentation (includes 15 minute break)
11:30-12:00 Evaluations & Wrap Up/Networking
Place: Goodwill of Greater Grand Rapids
3777 Sparks Dr. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Credits: 2 CRC Ethics CEUs
*If you attended this training in Ann Arbor June 2018 please be aware you can not receive credits. You are welcome to still attend but can only receive credits once for this specific training.
For more information: Kelly Loftis Dormer firstname.lastname@example.org 313-577-4637
For accommodation requests, please contact Jessica Diener email@example.com
How to Sign Up: Please visit our website at http://groupspaces.com/MiRehabAssociation to register for the event.