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Current Offering:
Thinking Critically
Professional Ethics


Professional ethics are meant to convey a clear message that members of a profession should behave morally and appreciate the ethical dimensions of their work. They communicate particular understandings of ethical practice and construct certain ways of being, relationships, and behaviours as more valuable than others.


Karma will discuss the historical and theoretical contexts that inform professional ethics and provide a critical overview of their strengths and limitations. The webinar will conclude with a brief description of alternative ethical approaches that complement professional ethics and may assist social workers in navigating their complex practice contexts. This webinar lays the foundation for subsequent webinars that will delve further into the field of professional ethics and ethical practice.


This is a 3-hour webinar that will be presented in 2, 1.5-hour sessions. Participants must attend both parts of the webinar.


Part 1:  Friday October 13, 2023 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm PT

Part 2: Friday October 20, 2023 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm PT


Cost: $150 (to be paid via etransfer to Payment is due by October 12, 2023. Participants will receive a link to the webinar when they have registered, provided their name, address, and phone number, and when payment has been received. Please note that the the email for sending etransfers is different than the email used to register.

This webinar will be provided by:

Dr. Karma Guindon, MSW, PhD (Learn more about Karma here.)

Social Worker

Certified Marriage & Family Therapist

To Register: Please send us an email to with your full name, address, and phone number

Continuing Professional Development hours for each webinar: 3 hours (This webinar meets the mandatory requirement of 3 CPD hours on ethics for social workers in British Columbia.)

Participants are asked to review their provincial Code of Ethics and the CASW (2005) Code of Ethics, which can be found at

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made by October 10, 2023 to receive a refund, minus a $25 administration fee.


“Hi Karma,...It was an engaging presentation about ethics. I look forward to next week. Thanks again."


British Columbia

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