Ethical Considerations for Supervisors




Social work supervisors are responsible for resolving a multitude of ethical dilemmas on an almost daily basis. Furthermore, supervisors can also be held liable for infractions made by their supervisees. In response to these challenges, we will review ethical standards related to: conflicts of interests, impairment, administration, confidentiality, supervision, duty to warn, and receiving gifts – just to name a few. This interactive training will make use of a variety of teaching methods, which include case study reviews as well as small and large group discussions.


Corey Beauford, LICSW

Corey Beauford received his MSW from Howard University. He has years of experience in clinical supervision, HIV / AIDS, Co Occurring Disorders, an Domestic Violence. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social Science at Howard Community College and the Founder and President of Inspired Consulting Group.





  • When

  • 04/06/18
    8:45 AM - 12:30 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • Kennedy Krieger Institute Biddle St Campus
    2901 E. Biddle St
    Large Conference Room
    Baltimore, Maryland 21213

  • Capacity

  • 30 (17 remaining)

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