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Ethics & Self-Disclosure with Clients: what’s ok, what’s not ok, & how do you decide?

Self Disclosure can pose prominent challenges for anyone working in the mental health & substance use fields - working with teens, adults, families or 'running' groups. For many practitioners the art, science, and ethics of sharing about oneself is often not a dichotomous process. Let's unpack and explore together the layers of our ongoing practices of ethical healing work & how we each may come to decide if/when to share about us.

311 Jones Mill Rd, Statesboro, GA 30458
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Apr 05, 2024 08:30am ET - Apr 05, 2024 11:45am ET

Presenter: Christy Plaice, LPC, MAC, CCT

Christy Plaice is a creative light in the therapeutic community. As a licensed professional counselor in private practice she works with adolescents, adults, families, and groups. Her personalized approach and gentle honesty is rooted in humanistic, somatic attachment re-patterning, enriched in neuroscience, polyvagal theory, & experiential psychologies. She has extensive education & clinical experience working in substance abuse/addiction, PHP/IOP settings, experiential therapeutic communities, residential wilderness therapy, department of juvenile justice, and non-profit work with human sex trafficking. 

In addition to her private practice work, she has completed a year-long masters class advanced program – somatic experiencing using touch therapy with complex trauma survivors.