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How to Best Make A Bad Decision: Dialectical Dilemmas for Clients in High-Stress Environments

Date: June 12, 2024 

Time: 10:00-11:30 EST

Location: Virtual Presentation 

Presented By: Dr. Robert “Tony” Dice 

Summary:
The presentation “How To Best Make a Bad Decision” is an insightful and relevant session tailored specifically for mental health practitioners working with active duty military, veterans, law enforcement, and first responders facing substance abuse issues. This webinar begins by examining the concept of personal ethics and how ethical considerations can sometimes paradoxically lead to challenging situations. The presentation delves into the everyday ethical dilemmas that professionals in high-stress environments frequently encounter, highlighting the dangers of black-and-white thinking and advocating for a more nuanced, complex approach. Central to the discussion is the importance of employing a robust decision-making model, which serves as a guide in navigating these ethical challenges effectively. This presentation aims to equip mental health practitioners with the tools to support their clients in making informed decisions, even in the most morally ambiguous situations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand Ethical Considerations in High-Stress Environments facing Military, Veteran, and First Responder Clients
  • Identify and Navigate Everyday Ethical Dilemmas of these High-Stress Professions and Environments
  • Apply a Robust Decision-Making Model in Practice
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