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2018 Annual Ethics and DV Day
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4/14/2018
When: Saturday, April 14, 2018
8:30 AM
Where: Desert Willow Conference Center
4340 E. Cotton Center Blvd.
Phoenix, Arizona  85040
United States
Contact: Arizona Psychological Association
480-675-9477


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2018 Annual Ethics and DV Day 

 

Featuring

 

Kellie M. Warren, Psy.D.

 

and 

 

Bong Joo Hwang, Ph.D. 

 

Sponsored By

 

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Event Schedule 

 

8:00 am - 8:30 am: Registration and Continental Breakfast 

8:30 am - 12:30 pm:Human Sex Trafficking and Exploitation: A Gender Responsive and Culturally Competent Approach by Kellie M. Warren, Psy.D. 

12:30pm - 1:30 pm: Lunch 

1:30 pm - 5:30 pm: Best Ethical Practice While Working with Asian Americans, Asian American Students, and Asian International Students by Bong Joo Hawng, Ph.D.

 

Program Level: Intermediate 

CE Credits: 8.0

 

Human Sex Trafficking and Exploitation: A Gender Responsive and Culturally Competent Approach

By: Kellie M. Warren, Psy.D. 

 

Program Description

Human trafficking and exploitation affects a large number of adolescents throughout the world.  Although women and girls make up the majority of sex trafficking victims, most practitioners have limited exposure and training in the identification, assessment, and treatment of these individuals.  This presentation will review Florence Crittenton’s history while outlining an advocacy-based, gender responsive and culturally competent approach in the care and treatment of Human Sex Trafficking victims.  Specifically, participants will identify key definitions and concepts related to human sex trafficking,  be able to better empathize and respond to the needs of clients with histories involving trafficking, and recognizing the benefits of providing gender-responsive, trauma-informed and culturally competent services.

 

Learning Objectives

1. Identify at least 2 key definitions and concepts related to Human Sex Trafficking.

2. Empathize with the respond clinically to the needs of clients with histories involving trafficking and exploitation.

3. Recognize 3 benefits of providing gender-responsive, trauma-informed and culturally competent services. 

 

Speaker Bio 

Kellie M. Warren, Psy.D. is currently the Chief Executive Officer at Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona, a community-based organization specializing in the needs of adolescent girls and the delivery of gender responsive and culturally competent services. Previously, Dr. Warren served as the Chief Operating Officer, overseeing all of the programs and services provided at the organization’s multiple campuses. Prior to joining Florence Crittenton, Dr. Warren served as the Deputy Director for the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC), overseeing all phases of the operation of juvenile treatment, rehabilitation, and monitoring. Her responsibilities included the day-to-day operation of secure care facilities, community corrections, behavioral health, medical services and education. While at ADJC, she also served as Assistant Director for Programs and Institutions and as the Clinical Director of Medical and Behavioral Health Services.

 

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Best Ethical Practice While Working with Asian Americans, Asian American Students, and Asian International Students

By: Bong Joo Hwang, Ph.D. 

 

 

Program Description 

This training aims to help attendees gain awareness, knowledge and skills to work effectively with Asian Americans (AA), Asian American (AA) students, and Asian International (AI) students. The presenter positions multicultural counseling competence (MCC) as an anchor for the best ethical practice while working with AA, AA students, and AI students. The presenter will review the ethics of working with AA, AA students and AI students, and discuss various important factors related to these populations, describe counseling tips, and discuss case examples. The references are the examples of the literature that used for a part of the content of the program.

 

Learning Objectives 

1.    Articulate APA ethical principles, codes and guidelines for the best practice in working with Asian Americans (AA), Asian American (AA) students, and Asian        International students (AI).

2.    Describe at least 2 or 3 particular demographics of AA, AA students, and AI students.

3.    Articulate critical issues in working with AA, AA student, and AI student populations.

4.    Describe at least 2 strategies of effectively working with AA, AA student, and AI student populations.

 

Speaker Bio 

Professional Interests & Specialties: Training, supervision, research, assessment, individual counseling, couple’s counseling, & group counseling. Topics/issues include anxiety, depression, (cultural) adjustment, (racial/ethnic) identity, relationship, motivation, counseling process/outcome, supervision & multicultural competence. Theoretical orientation: integrative with interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic approaches. Education & Credentials: Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Indiana University, 2008. Master of Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling, University of Southern California, 2000. Licensed Psychologist in Arizona 2013 & Ohio 2009. Memberships: American Psychological Association (Div 17), Asian American Psychological Association, and Korean Psychology Network. Bilingual in Korean/English.

 

FEES

Full Day
AzPA Member
- $200

AzPA Student/Postdoc/Retired Member- $100

Non-Member- $275

Non-Member Student/Postdoc/Retired- $150

Join AzPA now as a Student and SAVE!! - $135

*We are offering a special for students who are not already members. If you are currently not a member of AzPA, choose the "Join AzPA Now" bundle ticket. This will register you as an AzPA member giving you all AzPA benefits through 2018, and will also give you the $15 off of this event registration* 

 

Half Day

AzPA Member- $110

AzPA Student/Postdoc/Retired Member- $80

Non-Member- $170

Non-Member Student/Postdoc/Retired- $110

If you are a member, please log in before registering to receive member price. If you have any questions on how to register or log into the site give us a call Monday - Friday from 9 am - 5 pm at 480.675.9477 and we can register you over the phone. 

Online registration closes April 12. Onsite registration will be available.

 

 

 

This program is sponsored by the Arizona Psychological Association (AzPA). AzPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AzPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 

 

NOTE: Full attendance is required to receive credit.  Variable credit for partial attendance will not be awarded in accordance with APA guidelines.Those who attend the workshop(s) and complete the program evaluation forms will receive 4.0 continuing education credits for each program.Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving before the program is completed will not receive CE credit.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellation requests must be received in writing before April 12, 2018. Cancellations are credited to a future CE program. No credits will be made after that date.

Grievances regarding this workshop may be addressed in writing to: Arizona Psychological Association, 107 S Southgate Drive, Chandler, AZ 85226.

Should you have any questions or need special accommodations to fully participate, please contact Jessica Painter at 480 675-9477 or jessica@azpa.org. 

 

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