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Ethics: From the Dalai Lama

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6 CE Hours - E1057
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Ethics: From the Dalai Lama

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Materials

  • Text - 237 pages
  • Multiple-choice test
  • Certificate upon completion

Description

Based on the book "Ethics for the New Millennium" by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, this course presents a moral system of ethics for your consideration including universal principles of compassion for oneself and others and restraint from causing harm. While exploring ethics for the individual and for society, this course will improve your ability to treat each person with respect, dignity and worth, adhere to ethical boundaries and safeguard the therapeutic relationship. Applicable to all practice settings.

This course covers:

  • key elements involved in our capacity to empathize with one another
  • essential elements in the practice of inner discipline
  • "so pa" and primary benefits of practicing "so pa"
  • the levels of compassion and the properties of each level
  • essential elements involved in our experience of suffering, resolution and the application of ethical discipline
  • key effects of our development of a sense of universal responsibility
  • the steps necessary to achieve ethical conduct in social and political policies

Course Objectives

  1. Identify the key elements involved in our capacity to empathize with one another.
  2. Recognize at least five essential elements in the practice of inner discipline.
  3. Define “so pa” and identify at least four primary benefits of practicing “so pa.”
  4. Describe the levels of compassion and the properties of each level.
  5. Identify the essential elements involved in our experience of suffering, resolution and the application of ethical discipline.
  6. Describe at least three key effects of our development of a sense of universal responsibility.
  7. Recognize the steps necessary to achieve ethical conduct in social and political policies.

Course Reviews

Karen Houser, LMT

3/19/2024

Amy Decker, LMT, BCTMB

2/18/2024

Jan Faggiano, LMT

1/30/2024

Mandy Zarcone, LMT

11/28/2023

Deborah Mack

10/14/2023

When I took this class before I thought boy this was a little difficult to comprehend And said I would not take again. But today with all that is going on I thought I review it again. It still wasn't cut and dry finding the answers but I got it done.

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Instructors

Sharon Burch, MSN, RN, NCTMB

Sharon Burch, MSN, RN, NCTMB

Sharon Burch holds a Masters Degree in Nursing and has been practicing as a nurse since 1974. She is currently a Registered Nurse in the state of Arkansas. Additionally, Ms. Burch studied under many of today's leaders in massage therapy and bodywork during the 1980s, became Nationally Certified through the NCBTMB in 1993 and holds a professional membership with the AMTA.

As founder of Health Positive!, Ms. Burch has created over 60 home study nursing and massage continuing education programs, performed over 65 public, live educational presentations, has written two published books, served as a member on the NCBTMB Continuing Education committee and was a founding member of the National Association of Nurse Massage Therapists.

Sharon is an instructor on many of the Institute's programs and has authored and co-authored various ethics courses and additional titles such as Touch for the Seriously Ill, Stress Reduction Through Bodywork, Staying Well – Naturally, Cardiopulmonary Health and Illness, Chronic Pain Management, Marketing Massage in Four Easy Steps, Preventing Medical Errors, HIV Update for Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers, Understanding HIV, Massage for Edema and more.

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