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This 12 hour course meets the course requirement for becoming a Qualified Supervisor under the 491 Board. Course is offered over a 2 days and will cover legal, ethical and practical matters of being a supervisor. CE # 20-652751
This day long workshop includes Ethics, Medical Errors and Domestic Violence. See below for description of each workshop CE # and single prices.
Are you a qualified supervisor and need the new 4 hour update course? This small group is for you. Learn what is new, discuss supervision challenges, get information on how technology impacts supervision and more.
In this 3 hour course you can get your required Laws and Rules update course in a small group setting where complex challenges can be discussed in-depth and all the basics you need to know will be reviewed.
Trauma-informed care is becoming the norm, but what is it really and how do you implement such care into your practice? This workshop integrates key concepts and integral elements of this strengths-based approach into detailed exercises and practical approaches.
This workshop explores the implications of technology in the clinical setting from EMR systems to telehealth. Implications of ethics and technology standards will be reviewed. Participants will explore how implementing technology practices impacts client services, improve clinical outcomes and assist in managing clinical progress.
This workshop is designed to enhance clinician’s expertise and resources when working with the LGBT population in various mental health and substance abuse settings throughout the continuum of care. Learn an overview of concepts & terms, strategies for creating therapeutic alliance, necessary elements of supporting medical procedures and therapeutic work with clients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Pay at https://inwardboundjourneys.com/service-payment
Being a clinical supervisor is more than knowing the laws and rules, this workshop is designed to explore challenges of supervision, ethical dilemmas, boundary setting, and methods for expanding personal growth as a supervisor. We will investigate our belief system as supervisors and the implications to those we supervise.
This day of learning includes the required courses of Ethics, Medical Errors & Domestic Violence. Through an interactive and engaging process you will learn new approaches while networking. Pre-registration for full day is $89.00 or you can email info@KatharineCampbell.com to register for a single course.
The boundaries & ethics in regards to the therapists’ use of self are elusive. This workshop aims to define key concepts, identify the relationship of those concepts with each other and the therapeutic relationship, understand the role of professional ethics and values in the specific realm of self-disclosure, review ethical decision making processes and provide appropriate tools for authenticity and self-exploration within and without self-disclosure.
The increase focus on medical errors over the past 10 years has only begun to scratch the surface on the vast need for a systematic approach on addressing the multifaceted arena of medical errors. This workshop will define medical errors and provide numerous examples of medical errors that are encountered within the mental health field. Legal and ethical obligations will be reviewed to outline the practitioner’s role in patient safety. Root Cause Analysis, in its various forms, as a method of error prevention/reduction will be reviewed and resources will be outlined.
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a severe epidemic that is often misunderstood and misrepresented through media as well as social settings. This workshop is geared to expand ones knowledge of IPV beyond the domestic violence trainings of years ago; addressing the needs of the clients, the complexities of the situations and the multiple clinical interventions that can impacts a person’s experience of care and concern. This workshop addresses the key concepts as well as the myths and challenges that are faced when working with IPV survivors.