Module 2: Ethics
Ethical Considerations in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Education
Module 2: Ethical Considerations in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Education
An ethical container for pre and perinatal psychology education is governed by several fields of practice, including medicine, childbirth, and education. This module will help participants identify these elements and weave them together with principles unique to the primal period.
- Identify ethical issues facing the pre and perinatal psychology educator.
- Name at least three specific ethics that can govern an educator’s actions.
- Differentiate between education and treatment.
- Name the seven unique principles that can support and ethical approach for PPNE
- Name supportive resources for the PPNE.
- Name the 10 steps that identify Mother Friendly practice.
Includes original APPPAH position papers on Ethics, papers by Ray Castellino, and codes of ethics from various fields of practice.
4 Continuing Education Credits available for additional $16. Click HERE for more information.
** You will have access to this course only through December 31, 2021**
StartHow PPP Transforms the World Chamberlain 1994
StartEthics and childbirth educators: Do your values cause you ethical distress?
StartCoalition for Improving Maternity Services: Evidence Basis for Mother Friendly Care
StartInterview with Ray Castellino,DC, RPP, RCST© “The Principles,” File
StartEthical considerations in pre- and perinatal psychology education.
StartModule 2 Comprehension Quiz
StartModule 2 Essay or Project
StartExcerpts from The Ethics of Caring