Date(s) - June 15
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Ethics for Child Development Professionals
Webinars are free for NYS-AIMH members. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your registration code.
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first session (12:30 PM ET)
repeat session (3:00 PM ET)
Expert Session with Julie Stevens, MPS, ACPS, C-I (11:00 AM ET)
Early childhood practitioners play a critical role in the development of infants and toddlers. As such, it is imperative that professionals have a shared perspective and are able to operate in the best interest of the child with a balanced, ethical perspective. Join us as we discuss the ethical roles and responsibilities of this line of work, and how we can best support and protect young children and their families.
Julie Stevens, MPS, ACPS, C-I, is an energetic and enthusiastic trainer and advocate of science-validated substance abuse prevention strategies, programs and practices. Julie has worked in the field of prevention for more than 20 years and has provided ethics training to thousands of professionals throughout the state of Texas.