Spirituality and Ethics in Social Work: Part 1.

Start Date:10/14/2021

Start Time:12:30 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes


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Spirituality is a key component of the human experience and human identity. In this webinar series, an overview of the ethical implications of spirituality to social work practice will be presented, and a perspective on the ways in which diversity can impact the integration of spirituality and social work. The ethical and practical implications of these issues will be discussed.

Session 1: Ethical Implications of Spirituality in the Social Work Setting…. A theoretical overview of the challenges and opportunities. 

Webinar Objectives:
• Review connections of spirituality, ethics and social work
• Introduce some areas of focus concerning spirituality, ethics and social work
• Define spirituality and religion as they relate to the field of ethics in social work
• Consider implications for social work practice

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R. Dr. Nadia Siritsky, MSSW, SWC, BCC


R. Dr. Nadia Siritsky, MSSW, SWC, BCC is the Professional Practice and Advocacy Consultant with the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers. Dr. Siritsky is also an ordained rabbi and board-certified interfaith chaplain and has extensive experience and training in the areas of spirituality and ethics.