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Compassion Fatigue and Burnout: Ethics, Prevention and Resiliency

Instructor: Eric Gentry, Ph.D.

Learn powerful tools critical for professional resiliency and integrate them into your practice now. Learn techniques built from the latest research and practice to reclaim the satisfaction, hope and inspiration of professional care giving AND practice ethically.

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CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Cosmetic Psychotherapy: Ethical Considerations – “Is It Therapy, Just Because?”

Instructor: Corey Petersen, PhD, LCMFT

Yes, in today's world, there are people who seek therapy who aren't mentally distressed. But why, and is it ok? With decreasing therapy stigma, having a therapist is even viewed by some as a luxury. How does this phenomenon impact how we approach treatment? What are the ethical implications? Strap in for this intriguing seminar on "Cosmetic Psychotherapy!"

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Dangerous Shortcuts – Ethics of Artificial Intelligence & Bots in Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Artificial intelligence can be a useful tool when used or deployed within certain boundaries (just like therapy!). But lately, AI has become....well, TOO intelligent. AI's increasing capability has led to its expanding use in the mental healthcare space in the form of phone systems, bots, and chat engines that are beginning to assume roles that most argue are best assumed by a trained human provider. The struggle between increasing access to quality care while maintaining a well-regulated, safe, and ethical mental healthcare system is becoming more complex than we ever could have imagined!

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Ethical and Legal Issues in Mental Health Treatment

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn the importance of ethics in working with therapy clients. We'll cover ethics vs. the law, challenges that arise when ethics and law collide, and how to respond to subpoenas and prepare for court testimony. Come away with a practical decision-making model to use in work with clients. 

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Ethical Practice in the Delivery of Telehealth Clinical Supervision

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

3 CE's for ethics and supervision! Increase your knowledge around ethical practice in telehealth clinical supervision. This self-paced webinar will boost your knowledge of telehealth clinical supervision as well as decrease your liability when working in this model.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Ethics & Boundaries – Avoiding Pitfalls & Preserving the Alliance!

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Boundaries in therapy are icky, uncomfortable, and awkward! But, they are important and need practice. Learn culturally appropriate ways to set boundaries in challenging therapy situations. Get a checklist to use at intake and updated case examples of common modern ethical dilemmas!

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Ethics Around Clinical Teams, Professional Relationships, & Referral Sources

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn important ethical considerations around professional relationships, clinical care teams, and referral sources. Some clinicians unknowingly violate ethical principals within these relationships and put their client's welfare and even their own professional licenses at risk.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics of Managing Collaterals and Interested Parties in Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

No matter your treatment setting or population, you will have clients that require you interface with collaterals and interested third parties (e.g. family members, school officials, external payers, officers of the court). Learn to navigate these waters with confidence and expertise while avoiding costly fumbles!.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$60

Ethics: Bully Proof – Empower Clients to Handle Difficult People!

Instructor: Kate Cohen-Posey, LMHC, LMFT

Do your clients experience hostile verbiage, and do you give them "speak up or ignore it" advice? You'll learn why these approaches can perpetuate attack-defend or pursue-distance cycles. We'll demonstrate four verbal strategies that disarm random attacks and the backlash from being assertive.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Ethics: Pitfalls and Dangers Around Scope of Practice in Mental Health

Instructor: Dawn Friedman, MSEd, LPCC-S

We all hear "scope of practice" but what does it really mean and why is it important?? Even if you're a veteran therapist, without proper ethics refreshers, you run the risk of becoming blind to the various pitfalls and dangers inherent in the clinical mental health field. Ethics help protect clients and YOUR livelihood!

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Generation Games: Ethics of Working Through a Generational Lens

Instructor: Dawn Friedman, MSEd, LPCC-S

Battle of the Generations - our favorite "us vs. them" game. Millennials and Boomers go at it, Boomers and Gen Z. If you've been to Grandma's for Thanksgiving dinner, you've seen the feuds play out on the family stage. How do generational differences influence the therapy process? What should you be doing to provide the best care around these dynamics?

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$90

See My Color: Why Racial Colorblindness is Unethical

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

Learn the concept of racial colorblindness and how its deleterious effects perpetuate racism, oppression, and discrimination. We'll discuss the ethical implications of this common racial microaggression in the practice of mental health.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Trauma Assessment and Treatment Planning: Ethical Considerations

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

An overview of ethical considerations associated with the assessment and treatment of trauma and stressor-related disorders in adults. We'll cover multiple trauma-focused assessment tools and strategies, diagnostic considerations, and treatment planning for traumatized clients.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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