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WAFCA-CE - Ethics and Boundaries: Special Considerations in Youth Work
Holiday Inn Eau Claire South
4751 Owen Ayres Court
Eau Claire, WI 54701
1 715 8309889

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Thursday, October 13, 2022, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST
Category: WAFCA CE Training

 Registration for this event is now closed. 

Ethics & Boundaries: Special Considerations in Youth Work
Presented by Lisa Anderson, LPC, CSW
*Up to 6 CE credits will be issued to those attending this live, in-person opportunity. See below for details.

Workshop DescriptionThe professional values, principles, and ethics of youth case workers are what inform best practice approaches and guide the day-to-day experiences. Recognizing the need to preserve the boundaries of the professional relationship helps to avoid an ethical conflict in practice. This training is for youth case workers and other professionals that work with youth to critically think about ethical considerations when working with youth and their families 

Learning Objectives:
  • Participants will understand the requirements of ethical behavior according to Wisconsin law. 

  • Participants will apply boundaries and ethics when working with youth. 

  • Participants will actively address ethical areas relevant to their practice. 

  • Participants will interact and network with other social workers in discussion of concerns 

Presenter Information

Lisa Anderson has been in the Human Services field for over twenty-five years with an eclectic professional work experience within different systems. She has in worked in public, non-profit, medical and private practice sectors. Lisa weaves her knowledge of systems into her presentations to break down silos and develop team building between systems.  

 Lisa started her career in the Medical field, first as a Discharge Planner and then as a social worker in a federally funded clinic. Lisa then moved into the position of Director for the Sexual Assault Recovery Program in Rock County and developed and ran the CASA Program in Rock County at Family Services-SWANI. During this time Lisa was a Treatment Level Foster Parent for 10 years but this ended when Lisa switched paths again and started at Wood County as a Specialized Foster Parent Social Worker and then became the Supervisor for the Wood County Children’s Specialized Unit which included, Comprehensive Community Services Program and Long-Term Care. Lisa transitioned to the Fox Valley, where she was hired as the Outagamie County Crisis Supervisor for the Mental Health Division for 9 years. She also provided outpatient services at Psychology Associates of the Fox Cities.  

Currently, Lisa is the owner of L.K. Anderson Consulting, LLC and A Healing Place, Complete Counseling Care. Lisa provides technical consultation to agencies, such as clinical supervision, team building and Trauma Informed Care.  Additionally, Lisa has presented to a variety of audiences on topics, such as, Trauma Informed Care, Trauma Informed Parenting, Self-Care for Foster Parents, Self-Care for Professionals,  Ethics and Boundaries; Hoarding, Suicide Prevention, Crisis Planning, Building Resiliency; Secondary Trauma/Stress, Using Telehealth in Private Practice and Team/Relationship Building. In her private practice, Lisa provides specialize trauma therapy to children, teens and adults. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Social Worker. She received her Master of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees at UW-Whitewater. 

Lisa is passionate about training and is an energetic and interactive trainer who uses humor and storytelling to engage and entertain the audience while they are learning.   

WAFCA has reserved a block of rooms at the Holiday Inn for Wednesday, October 12.  Deadline to reserve a room at the rate of $116 is September 12.  

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. 

Wisconsin Association of Family & Children's Agencies (WAFCA)
16 N Carroll St, #750
Madison, WI 53703  (608) 257-5939 

Contact: [email protected]