Arcadia University Presents Ethical Issues and End of Life Workshop March 26
GLENSIDE, PA—March 8, 2010―Arcadia University’s graduate program in Counseling Psychology workshop series present “Ethical Issues and End of Life,” on Friday, March 26, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Landman Library University Room.
Dr. Dana Fry, a psychologist who works with a variety of clinical issues, including grief and trauma, will lead the workshop. She is a regional trainer for the American Psychological Association’s HIV Office for Psychology Education (HOPE).
Workshop participants will attain an initial understanding involved in making ethical decisions; learn how to consider ethical dilemmas in terms of professional ethics codes and the five ethical principles; apply a systematic decision-making model to a case example involving a dilemma faced by HIV/AIDs service providers; and articulate the advantages of using a model to resolve ethical dilemmas.
For information on registration and fees, visit www.arcadia.edu/aucepp. For more information, contact Carol Lyman, M.A., Clinical Coordinator at 215-572-4693 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. On-site registration begins at 1:30 p.m. Free parking is available and directions to Arcadia campus can be found online at www.arcadia.edu/directions.
About Arcadia University: Arcadia University is a top-ranked private university in metropolitan Philadelphia and a national leader in study abroad, ranked #1 in undergraduate participation in study abroad (Open Doors 2009). Arcadia University promises a distinctively global, integrative and personal learning experience that prepares students to contribute and prosper in a diverse and dynamic world. U.S. News & World Report ranks Arcadia University among the top master’s universities in the North, as one of the top study abroad programs in the nation, and as a “top up-and-coming school.” The Physical Therapy program is ranked 7th in the nation.