Ethical Decision Making
Professionals working in a broad range of environments and workplaces (health professionals, teachers, police, armed services, customer service fields, etc) can face ethical issues and dilemmas on a regular - sometimes daily basis. This course explores ethics and ethical decision making using a combination of reflective questions, short videos, and articles. Through questions posed throughout this course, you will be invited to refer to your professional Code of Ethics to assist guide the responses you give.
As you work through this course you may be surprised to find that there are many covert ethical decisions that you are/have been involved in that you have not considered ethical issues previously. We hope you enjoy the learning the tool provides. We know from feedback that it is stimulating, provocative, and of professional benefit to all those who have completed it.
Certification is available after full payment and upon successful completion and attracts 10 CNE/CPD points where applicable.
Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace
An essential part of creating a safe and healthy workplace is recognising and promoting good mental health. Organisations, managers and all employees have a responsibility to create a safe working environment that is supportive of employees experiencing a mental illness.Changes in the workplace can have both positive and negative effects on the mental wellbeing of the staff. Employee responses to changes in the workplace depend on a number of factors, and an essential part in creating a safe and healthy workplace is recognising and promoting the mental wellbeing of the staff.
Certification is available upon successful completion and attracts 10 CNE/CPD points where applicable.
Working with clients diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Working with clients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be rewarding, challenging and frustrating. A significant limitation in individuals diagnosed with BPD is their ability for self-regulation and this can be directly linked to their early attachments. Labile moods, impulsive and risky actions and at times, self harm behavior can present complexities in the therapeutic encounter.
Students will consider a number of process oriented, and action based interventions to assist working with individuals spontaneously and creatively. This course also explores working with individuals diagnosed with BPD through the lens of role theory. Using a number of case studies to explore the transference/counter-transference issues that may surface in the therapeutic encounter, students will gain greater insight into the roles they demonstrate in reaction or response to the roles demonstrated by the individual (and vice versa).
Certification is available upon successful completion and attracts 10 CNE/CPD points where applicable
If you wish to enrol in our Professional Boundaries course, please select the course Safe Professional Boundaries below.
Explore the main concepts related to professional boundaries in the workplace with this self-directed learning package produced by Davaar Consultancy. In these 15 units filled with short videos, models, theories, reading materials, and questions for reflection as you learn, you’ll increase your own self-awareness and understanding about the complexities and importance of professional boundaries. The course benefits professionals, managers and administrative staff working in health, education, safety, and customer service fields.