Webinar: Got Integrity? Ethical Leadership in Addiction Treatment
- Date Recorded: March 18, 2021
- Length: just under 2 hours, 58 minutes
- Presenter: Jen Carvalho
- CE: eligible for 3 CEs
- Price: $150.00 (Members receive 50% discount)
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In an industry where we help people at perhaps their most vulnerable, integrity is a critical component of ethical leadership. Yet we are not often trained in how to show up with honor.
Clinicians sign a code of conduct, and programs ascribe to ethical standards, but leaders are left to determine their own way of showing up in the world.
This training outlines the SUD leader's responsibility to provide guidance for an individual, an organization, or an industry in a way that respects those that we serve.
By standardizing the concept of ethical leadership, perhaps we can elevate our efforts to direct those that depend on us, and in turn elevate the critical work that we all do.
As Brené Brown stated, "Integrity is choosing courage over comfort. You choose what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy. And you choose to practice your values rather than simply professing them."
After the training, attendees will be able to:
- Name three ways of leading with integrity.
- Name three areas that are impacted by ethical leadership in addiction treatment.
- Answer where ethical leadership begins.
Continuing Education Information
This webinar provides 3 CEUs. For more information on BHAP's CEs, visit here.
CEs will only be available free to those who attend the live webinar. Attendance will be monitored.
In order to complete the CE requirements, attendees must complete the test that will be provided. You will have only two attempts.
Jen Carvalho is the CEO of Casa Palmera, a Discovery Behavioral Health facility in Del Mar, CA. She is a graduate of Seth Godin's altMBA program and is a hands-on leader with innovation as a strategic focus.
Jen has lived experience with leading through crisis, having guided teams through floods, wildfires, rolling power outages and recently, a pandemic. As a CEO, her passion expands to leadership development and she is proud to empower her teams to lead with compassion and integrity.
As a speaker on visionary and empowered leadership, Jen is most comfortable sharing her experience, strength and hope with others. As a woman in long term recovery, her focus on providing options for care is both personal and priority.
Download a PDF of the slides here. A reminder that this is for your own use.
Presenter Jen Carvalho mentioned the article she wrote in the November/December 2020 issue of Counselor, here.
She also mentioned the book 360 Degree Leadership by John Maxwell. You can find it on Google Books "Disaster Planning: Being Prepared for California's New Normal"
There was discussion on codes of ethics for those in the behavioral health and addiction treatment industry. Check out:
We brought up marketing ethically. BHAP has the Certificate in Addiction Treatment (C-ATM) and (with CCAPP's help) the Certified Admissions and Marketing Specialist (CAMS) credential. More information about this education can be found here.
One of BHAP's associate members provides compliance help. Compliagent offers discounted services to BHAP members.
CCAPP's Corporate Communications Director & Governmental Affairs Sherry Dailey came on briefly and discussed CCAPP's advocacy efforts. BHAP also has advocacy efforts, and sends out regular Advocacy Alerts. You can learn more about this here.
Finally, if you haven't already, once you watch the webinar, don't forget to fill out our evaluation form. Receive a discount code good for 10% off any BHAP webinar for sale by completing it.