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Webinar - Ethics and Boundaries: Adapting Evidence Based Interventions to Honor Diversity
Thursday, May 16, 2024, 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM CDT
Category: WAFCA CE Training

Registration for this event is full.

Ethics and Boundaries: Adapting Evidence Based Interventions to Honor Diversity 
Presented by Chardé Hollins, LCSW

Details: May 16, 2024 (10am - 2:30pm, including a 30-minute lunch break)
*Up to 4 CE credits will be issued to those attending this virtual opportunity.

DescriptionThis presentation presents evidence-based interventions as critical in mental health and substance use treatment. Through case scenarios, real-life stories, and discussion, we will work to identify specific barriers to treatment progress and explore strategies and cultural adaptations to address them. Attendees will engage in discussion, review case scenarios, and hear real life scenarios in order to... 

  • Review the code of ethics to examine how institutional racism has influenced the implementation of ethics and practical strategies for advancing racial equity within the social work profession. 
  • Obtain up-to-date, data-driven, meaningful, real-world applications for implementing culturally specific strategies within evidence-based practices.  
  • Consider how the use of evidence-based practices and cultural adaptation impacts client success in meeting goals relating to mental health and recovery. 

Learning Objectives: Attendees will be able to...  

  • Discuss the 10 elements of culture and their influence on providing competent care
  • Explain fidelity and cultural adaptation's purpose in behavioral health
  • Determine effective strategies for culturally adapting Evidence-based interventions (EBI)
  • Obtain practical strategies for advancing racial equity through ethical behavior

Presenter Information

Chardé Hollins is a licensed clinical social worker with over a decade of experience in healthcare, corrections, education, and grant management. Her remarkable contributions have propelled her to the forefront of the industry, earning her a seat on numerous advisory committees, including the distinguished Ohio Governor's Behavioral Health Workforce Advisory Council the Strategic Prevention Framework for Prescription Drugs in Ohio. As a keynote speaker and presenter for national organizations and state conferences, she captivates audiences with her insights and transformative strategies. Chardé groundbreaking initiatives have paved the way for monumental change, leading to the placement of mental health services in 100% of Ohio's second-largest county and setting a new precedent in school districts.

With her invaluable consultation and technical assistance, she ensures proper program implementation and addresses challenges in early childhood mental health, prevention education, school-based services, and suicide prevention. Known for her exceptional ability to build rapport and provide innovative strategies for culturally adapting evidence-based practices, Chardé is sought after in various fields to support organizations in evaluating DEI practices, increasing cultural competence, and promoting mental health.

Her transformative work in corrections has resulted in a remarkable increase in client treatment engagement and a significant reduction in violent behavior through the implementation of tailored curriculum and strategic partnerships. With a passion for uplifting minority-owned non-profits, Chardé goes beyond her clinical work to secure funding through grant writing. Under her exceptional leadership, her firm has secured over $4.5 Million in funding, specializing in crafting proposals that elevate the stories and amplify the voices of the people living in the communities they serve. This unique gift not only showcases her unwavering commitment to inclusivity but also strengthens her ability to support others in identifying ways to better support BIPOC communities.

Beyond her professional achievements, Chardé is featured in national publications and recognized for her dedication to creating lasting impact and enhancing the continuum of care.

This opportunity will be available FREE of charge! Many thanks to our partners at the Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center for providing funding support. For additional training and resources available through the MHTTC, visit their website.


A Note on WAFCA Webinars

  • Webinars are live virtual learning opportunities designed to be accessed by individuals. Group participation is not encouraged; post-webinar group discussions are a recommended alternative.
  • In order to offer CE credits for these virtual learning opportunities via NBCC, WAFCA verifies attendance using Zoom. Each registrant receives a unique link that confirms their attendance and email address for CE certificates. Link sharing is not permitted, and CE credits are not available for unregistered participants.

About our Offerings:

WAFCA has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6778. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. WAFCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Visit the WAFCA-CE registration page for more information on fees and policies. 

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