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30 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com MARCH 28 , 2018
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Editor ’ s note : This article is being reprinted with additional information , which is noted in italics . COSHOCTON – Being a social worker in a small town is a little bit different than working in a big city .
“ You are more likely to run into people you work with ,” said Leslie Ridenbaugh , who spoke about social work ethics in a small town during a recent conference for social workers .
A free social work appreciation conference was held March 9 at Central Ohio Technical College . The day included breakfast catered by Schumaker Farms , a session by George Dickson on end of life issues , Ridenbaugh ’ s presentation and then wrapped up with a program by Chris Miller on self-care , self-help . Each session counted for one CEU .
Ridenbaugh shared that the number one ethical violation of social workers is having a dual relationship with someone . She then broke attendees into groups and had them discuss several scenarios given to them where this could happen .
After hearing what the groups had to say about each situation , she gave them some tips to follow if they ever find themselves in similar situations . Helpful hints included consulting a supervisor , documenting ethical dilemmas , consulting agency and program policies , making the client aware of the situation and letting them have a role in deciding how it should be handled , and remember to do no harm .
Debbie Dickson from the Region 8 National Association of Social Workers organized the conference and hosted

Social workers gather for conference

the event for social work appreciation month . Conference sponsors were Interim HealthCare Hospice and Central Ohio Technical College . Local Counseling Agencies The following is a list of counseling agencies in the community that appeared in The Beacon ’ s Portrait magazine . Allwell Behavioral Health Services 1199 S . Second St . Coshocton , Ohio 43812 Phone : ( 740 ) 622-4470 Website : allwell . org Director : Christi Gallagher , LPCC Allwell Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient counseling and psychiatric services to adults , adolescents , and children . Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices Tyra Hixon , LISW-S , LICDC-CS Jeanette Hall , LPCC-S , LICDC-CS , OCPS-II Crystal R . Kiser , LSW John C . Turley , LSW David P . Dosser , LCDC-II Tiffany Mills , LSW Emillee Waddell , CDCA , RA Andrea Berry , Recovery Coach 610 Walnut St . Coshocton , Ohio 43812 Phone : ( 740 ) 622-0033 Hours : Monday – Thursday , 8 a . m . – 6 p . m . Offers outpatient addiction counseling including intensive outpatient program , group and individual counseling , crisis management services , and urinalysis .
Prevention efforts also include a 72-hr ODMHAS Certified Driver Intervention Program and classes for all ages regarding drug prevention . Debbie E . Dickson Counseling Inc . 221 Railroad St . Warsaw , Ohio 43844 Phone : ( 740 ) 294-9006 Hours : By appointment Family Care Behavioral Health Services Dr . Elvin Coblentz PHD George Moses , psychiatrist Tim Ickes , physician assistant 224 Chestnut St . Coshocton , Ohio 43812 Phone : ( 740 ) 622-0017 Hours : By appointment only They specialize in individual , marital , and family counseling . They counsel children , adolescents , and adults who have suffered from depression , anxiety and abuse , among others . They also have a psychiatrist available and accept most insurances . MSW Solutions , LLC Sheila Mayse , MSW , LISW-S 410 Main St ., Second Floor Coshocton , Ohio 43812 Phone : ( 740 ) 722-9095 Hours : By appointment Providing counseling and comprehensive social work services to individuals , couples , and families , including family reunification therapy . Serving adults , teens , and children .

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Jennifer Contini to speak at Women ’ s Success Series

NEW PHILADELPHIA - Jennifer Contini , renowned and versatile artist , will be the featured speaker for the April 6 Women ’ s Success Series . The event is held from 8:30 to 11:30 a . m . at Kent State University at Tuscarawas in the Science and Technology Center . Cost to attend is $ 15 when paid in advance and $ 20 if paid at the door . The cost includes a continental breakfast .
As a highly respected artist , Contini will speak about various aspects of her career and the significant people , beliefs and events that have impacted , shaped and changed the direction of her life .
The Women ’ s Success Series is designed to inspire women of all ages and all walks of life to succeed personally and professionally . Each year , the leadership series features three dynamic women who have enjoyed a measure of success in Tuscarawas County . The 2017-18 Women ’ s Success Series kicked off in November with Jennifer Clark , former long-time news director at WJER , followed in February with Jennifer Kiko , former field representative for Rep . Bob Gibbs . Next year ’ s speakers will be revealed soon .
Registrations are limited to the first 100 participants . To register and purchase tickets , go to https :// www . eventbrite . com / e / womens-success-series-jennifer-contini-tickets-42496424951 ? aff = erelexpmlt . Registration deadline for the April 6 session is March 30 . For more information , contact the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum at 740-922-6776 or e-mail womenssuccessseries @ dennisondepot . org .
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30 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Staff | Beacon MARCH 28, 2018 Social workers gather for conference Editor’s note: Th is article is being reprinted with additional information, which is noted in italics. COSHOCTON – Being a social worker in a small town is a little bit diff erent than working in a big city. “You are more likely to run into people you work with,” said Leslie Ridenbaugh, who spoke about social work ethics in a small town during a recent conference for social workers. A free social work appreciation conference was held March 9 at Central Ohio Technical College. Th e day included breakfast catered by Schumaker Farms, a session by George Dickson on end of life issues, Ridenbaugh’s presentation and then wrapped up with a program by Chris Miller on self-care, self-help. Each session counted for one CEU. Ridenbaugh shared that the number one ethical violation of social workers is having a dual relationship with someone. She then broke attendees into groups and had them discuss several scenarios given to them where this could happen. After hearing what the groups had to say about each situation, she gave them some tips to follow if they ever fi nd themselves in similar situations. Helpful hints included consulting a supervisor, documenting ethical dilemmas, consulting agency and program policies, making the client aware of the situation and letting them have a role in deciding how it should be handled, and remember to do no harm. Debbie Dickson from the Region 8 National Association of Social Workers organized the conference and hosted The Beacon is on Facebook! The Beacon w w w.coshoc tonbeacontoday.com facebook.com/TheCoshoctonCountyBeacon the event for social work appreciation month. Conference sponsors were Interim HealthCare Hospice and Central Ohio Technical College. Local Counseling Agencies Th e following is a list of counseling agencies in the community that appeared in Th e Beacon’s Portrait magazine. Allwell Behavioral Health Services 1199 S. Second St. Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Phone: (740) 622-4470 Website: allwell.org Director: Christi Gallagher, LPCC Allwell Behavioral Health Services off ers outpatient counseling and psychiatric services to adults, adolescents, and children. Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices Tyra Hixon, LISW-S, LICDC-CS Jeanette Hall, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, OCPS-II Crystal R. Kiser, LSW John C. Turley, LSW David P. Dosser, LCDC-II Tiff any Mills, LSW Emillee Waddell, CDCA, RA Andrea Berry, Recovery Coach 610 Walnut St. Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Phone: (740) 622-0033 Hours: Monday – Th ursday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Off ers outpatient addiction counseling including intensive outpatient program, group and individual counseling, crisis management services, and urinalysis. Prevention eff orts also include a 72-hr ODMHAS Certifi ed Driver Intervention Program and classes for all ages regarding drug prevention. Debbie E. Dickson Counseling Inc. 221 Railroad St. Warsaw, Ohio 43844 Phone: (740) 294-9006 Hours: By appointment Family Care Behavioral Health Services Dr. Elvin Coblentz PHD George Moses, psychiatrist Tim Ickes, physician assistant 224 Chestnut St. Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Phone: (740) 622-0017 Hours: By appointment only Th ey specialize in individual, marital, and family counseling. Th ey counsel children, adolescents, and adults who have suff ered from depression, anxiety and abuse, among others. Th ey also have a psychiatrist available and accept most insurances. MSW Solutions, LLC Sheila Mayse, MSW, LISW-S 410 Main St., Second Floor Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Phone: (740) 722-9095 Hours: By appointment Providing counseling and comprehensive social work services to individuals, couples, and families, including family reunifi cation therapy. Serving adults, teens, and children. Jennifer Contini to speak at Women’s Success Series NEW PHILADELPHIA - Jennifer Contini, renowned and versatile artist, will be the featured speaker for the April 6 Women’s Success Series. Th e event is held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Kent State University at Tuscarawas in the Science and Technology Center. Cost to attend is $15 when paid in advance and $20 if paid at the door. Th e cost includes a continental breakfast. As a highly respected artist, Contini will speak about various aspects of her career and the signifi cant peo- ple, beliefs and events that have impacted, shaped and changed the direction of her life. Th e Women’s Success Series is designed to inspire women of all ages and all walks of life to succeed per- sonally and professionally. 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