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NASW-NC Coastal LPU: How to Get Away with Unethical Behavior
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When: Thursday, January 16, 2020
5:30 PM
Where: Carteret County Health Department
3820 Bridges St # A
Morehead City, NC  28557
United States
Presenter: Sean Pumphrey, LCSW
Contact: Jessica Guelich

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Title: How to Get Away With Unethical Behavior

Date: January 16, 2020

Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm (doors open at 5:30 pm, presentation starts at 6:00 pm)

Speaker: Sean Pumphrey, LCSW

Location: Cartaret County Health Department, 3820 Bridges St # A, Morehead City, NC 28557

Contact Hours: 2 Hours

Cost: $3 for NASW members, $30 for non-members



Brief Presentation Abstract:

Most presentations and talks on ethics delineate what the  Code of Ethics consist of and present case histories of what occurred in unethical behavior. This presentation utilizes a dynamic, research informed format which may assist students, professionals, and clients to become more self-aware; therefore, prevent or overcome ethical breaches. There are fascinating reasons why ethics are compromised and include but not limited: self-attribution, emotional states, creativity, altruistic beginnings, ego depletion, and moral erosion. This workshop will assist in preventing unethical breaches including but not limited to: monitoring, honor pledge, slow ethical consideration, moral saliency, and changing frame of reference.


Learning Objectives:

  • To examine the variable in ethics violations and why people are dishonest
  • To identify decision making influences in order to lower unethical behavior
  • To discuss ethical boundaries to increase appropriate ethical decision making

Speaker Bio: Sean Pumphrey, MSW, LCSW is a psychotherapist at ECU Physicians (Brody School of Medicine) in the department of Family Medicine. He attended UNC-Chapel Hill as an undergraduate and East Carolina University’s School of Social Work as a graduate student. Sean has experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families.  He is a regional and national speaker on topics such as ethics, suicide, and therapy. Sean is currently appointed as Graduate Teaching Faculty at ECU’s Graduate School of Social Work and has taught at the University of North Carolina @ Pembroke and at Pitt Community College.

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