~ Dual relationships
~ Development and use of disclosure statements
~ Informed consent
~ Client rights
~ Multicultural counseling
~ Working with co-occurring clients
~ Issues of supervision
~ Professional competence
~ Ethical decision making and more
The topics will be driven by the participants and will focus on ethical dilemmas of either counseling practice or clinical supervision. This intimate arrangement allows for participants to share cases and discuss the more complicated decisions while exploring issues confronted in the mental health field.
Through an ethical decision making process, participants will study mental health ethics issues and explore where potential harm to clients can be avoided. Although the intent of this workshop is to focus on ethics issues, the outcome is an enhanced mental health practice.
In order to receive a certificate of attendance, all participants must fully participate with individual audio and video capacity.
Thank you so much for another terrific advanced ethics seminar. Facilitating a group of mental health professionals could be like herding mosquitoes, yet you help us stay focused, stay thoughtful, hear without judgment, and learn in a safe and stimulating environment. Rene C.
And I’ve been meaning to tell you how much I enjoyed the training. Zoom has made so much accessible that wasn’t! I would have liked to have worked with you more over the years. S.L.