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The panel will explore the individual principles (service, social justice, dignity and worth of a person, importance of human relationships, integrity, and competence). The panel will also discuss the ethical responsibilities of social workers.
Mental Health Professionals in a Legal Setting: Codes of Ethics

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Apr 8, 2021 11:52 AM

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Speakers

Dori Haddock
LCSW @Bradford Health Services
Dori Haddock is the Regional Director for Bradford Health Services in Little Rock, AR where she has been since December 2014. She started at the Intensive Outpatient Program in Little Rock and has been instrumental in the development and growth of the program, which has recently partnered with CHI St. Vincent Infirmary Hospital to develop the Addiction Recovery Program. In her role as Program Director of the Addiction Recovery Program she will be opening and operating a 40 bed inpatient Residential drug and alcohol treatment program in addition to the Intensive Outpatient. Prior to joining Bradford Health Services she had been a Therapist, Clinical Director, as well as an Administrator.
Greg Fallon
JD, Ad litem
Greg Fallon earned his Doctorate of Law in 1997 from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has served as a child welfare attorney representing the rights of abused and neglected children in Arkansas' 10th Judicial District for over 20 years. He is also a part-time actor with over 40 professional appearances in film, television, and stage. In his spare time, he cooks, plays bass guitar, brews beer, and travels extensively with his wife Lori and their two daughters.
Tara Dejohn
PhD, LCSW
I am passionate about impacting the social work profession and social service related institutions in a manner that facilitates equity, human dignity, and justice through the utilization of inquiry-based learning in the classroom and utilization of a critical theory lens in my research, training, and advocacy efforts. A few of my primary objectives include: inspiring developing social workers to utilize critical thinking and work towards changing the status quo such that perpetual oppressive factors in our human service delivery system are thwarted; to work towards informing legislatures and administrators of child welfare and criminal justice systems of the realities endured by citizens placed at greatest vulnerability in our US society; to be a conduit for the voice/perspective of citizens placed at greatest vulnerability to counter the status quo voice of those primarily from a place of privilege.