Ethics for the CASAC Professional

Instructor: Nadine Brown, LMSW, CASAC-G-2, ICADC, CARC, CRPA, FDC

Date: February 17th and 24th 2018

Time:  10:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Course Code: SWECASAC

Room:  Silberman/219

Cost:  $420.00

Descriptions: Participants will define ethics and contrast it with the moral/professional, legal, and ethical considerations.  Students will review the Cannon Code of Ethics and Patient Rights.  Participants will learn and understand CFR-42, the duty to warn, and practice what to do when faced with ethical dilemmas.  Finally, participants will have a greater understanding of ethical guidelines.

CE Hours: 12

About the Instructor:

Nadine Brown is a NYS OASAS Certified Education and Training Provider of
Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling (CASAC). Ms. Brown is
knowledgeable in the field of Alcohol, Substance Use, Evidence-based practice, and
understanding addiction as a brain disease. Ms. Brown holds a Master’s degree in Social
Work, and is credentialed in areas of Certified Addiction Recovery Coach (CARC),
Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA), and Family Development Credential (FDC).
Moreover, Ms. Brown is a certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor. In affiliation with
ThriveNYC campaign, Ms. Brown provides trainings at the NYC Department of Health
and Mental Hygiene. As an instructor and CASAC professional, Ms. Brown uses her
knowledge and skills regarding substance use, mental health, social work practice, peer
services, and family development to combine theory and practice preparing professionals
to provide effective assistance to persons with a history of substance use disorder.


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