Thursday, May 18, 2023

10:00am-11:30am EDT

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This is an online event.

Join us as we address how morals and beliefs may cause dilemmas in ethical practice and what to do about it (ethical response). We’ll engage in an interactive session with polls, trivia, and debate, using our three codes of ethics (counseling, social work, and addictions) as a basis for discussion.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to understand and articulate:
  • The difference between morals, beliefs, and ethics
  • Ethical responses to moral dilemmas
  • Ethical practices per their code of ethics
    *   ACA for Licensed Professional Counselors
    *   NASW for Social Workers
    *   NAADAC/NCC AP for Addictions certified individuals

CEUs Offered

1.5 CEUs for WV LPC and Addictions through MUSHTAC.

1.5 Social Work CEUs offered in partnership with Youth Health Service, Inc.



Mary R. Aldred-Crouch, MSW, MPH, LICSW, MAC, AADC is a pioneer in Collaborative Care (Integrated Behavioral Health in primary care) and is currently providing integrated behavioral health services and supervision at Southern West Virginia Health Systems, aka Lincoln Primary Care. She earned a masters in social work, a masters in public health and hosts about 50% of the alphabet in initials behind her name. With over 20+ years’ experience in the mental health and addictions fields, she excels in treatment provision, program development, and advocacy. Mary is a passionate advocate for equity in care at the state and national levels.
Tiffany Pittman, MA, WVLPC, AADC is the School Mental Health Coordinator with the Marshall University School Health Technical Assistance Center, Division of Community Health. She earned an MA in Counseling at Marshall & is a WV LPC & AADC with 20+ years’ experience related to school based mental health. She was the 2019 WVAADC counselor of the year. Tiffany provides consultation and technical assistance related to site needs assessment, program development, strategic planning, grant writing, selection of evidence-based programs, and training across a variety of topics. Current projects include work with Expanded School Mental Health, Substance use prevention & early intervention, WV AWARE, High Risk Youth, and more. 

Co-Hosted By

Peggy W. Johnson, Executive Co-Director, Youth Health Service, Inc.