Prevention Ethics for Recertification

Session Description: Ethics Recertification for Prevention professionals is a 3 hour course that guides prevention professionals in the performance of their professional responsibilities and express the basic tenets of ethical and professional conduct.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the six principals that make up Iowa’s Code of Ethics for Prevention
  • Identify a framework for ethical decision making
  • Identify potential ethical dilemmas that experienced preventionists’ and prevention supervisors may face
  • Apply a framework for ethical decision making to ethical dilemmas to determine a course of action

Amy Croll, LMSW, CPS
She/Her/Hers
Capacity Coach, Iowa Department of Health and Human Services

Amy Croll, LMSW, CPS has served in a training capacity for the State of Iowa over the past 24 years. She has served as a capacity coach and trainer specifically for Iowa HHS since 2012. Ms. Croll has vast experience in nonprofit management, fundraising, and policy. She currently works full-time for Homeward, Polk County’s homelessness planning entity, serves on the Urbandale City Council, and engages in nonprofit consulting projects.





Jodee Goche, MPS, CPS
She/Her/Hers
Certified Prevention Specialist, Iowa Department of Health and Human Services

Ms. Goche is a Certified Prevention Specialist with seventeen years of experience in the prevention field. Her prevention work has included implementing evidence-based programs in communities and providing Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) and Ethics training for prevention professionals. She has provided technical assistance to community coalitions and currently applies this knowledge to her work for the Partnerships in Prevention Science Institute at Iowa State University. Ms. Goche holds a Master in Prevention Science from the University of Oklahoma and Master’s in Management from Briar Cliff University.



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