April 24, 2020
6 continuing education ethics clock hours
Many challenges confront therapists today that force us to stretch our thinking. Is it possible to be an effective therapist, run a business, navigate HIPAA, Medicaid, and the insurance industry. And then add the challenges of dealing with more personality disorders, sexual issues, and the challenges of working with more diverse families. A new feature of this workshop will be on physical safety and security in the office. Richard has worked in the industry for over 25 years . He is a licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor, certified clinical hypnotherapist, certified betrayal trauma specialist, and a certified sexual & relational recovery specialist. Richard has supervised many therapists for licensure with the state of Georgia. He also does supervision and training around the United States for problematic sexual behavior and betrayal trauma specialists. Richard has worked with a variety of issues around family law, and working with children and adolescents. There will also be discussion around maintaining personal safety and ethics. Securing our offices as a safe place for our clients and ourselves is becoming more important. Sadly, in the last three months there have been at least two therapists killed while at work in another state. Most companies today do active shooter training’s. It’s important to consider these issues before there is a tragedy. This will be a unique approach to ethics with lots of lively discussion around complex issues.
Title: Professional Ethics: Social Media, Business, Security & Safety
Presenter: Richard Blankenship, LPC, NCC, CCH, CBTS, CSRRS
Date: Friday April 24, 2020
Time: Check-in 8:30 – 9:00 Seminar 9:00 – 4:00
CEUs: 6 ethics hours approved by NBCC
Note: Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch
Early Registration (before April 10) – $119.00
Registration (after April 10) – $129.00
Participants will be able to:
- List ethical pitfalls of the Internet, social media, and practice building
- Know the elements of the HIPAA hi-tech act and how they impact distance counseling & client interaction
- Identify the elements of a solid informed consent agreement
- Know the elements of clinical documentation and the difference between the “medical record” and “psychotherapy notes”
- Identify ways in which business practices impact ethics and the standard of care
Cornerstone Professional Training Institute
9 Dunwoody Park, Suite 136
Atlanta, GA 30338
Cornerstone Professional Training Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider ACEP No. 6247. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Cornerstone Professional Training Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
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