Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives:

  • Explore ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Identify differences between etherapy and face-to-face counseling
  • Discuss the pros and cons of etherapy
  • Discuss issues with client confidentiality
  • Explore issues related to boundaries, dual relationships and social networking
  • Review various ethical codes as they relate to etherapy
  • Dealing with disinhibition
  • Common ethical violations in etherapy


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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Course Objectives:

  • Discuss professional history and trends
  • Explore professional roles and functions
  • Examine ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Explore federal and state laws and regulations affecting counselors


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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Learner Objectives

  • Discuss ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Demonstrate familiarity with what often leads to boundary breaches.
  • Explore the most frequently made allegations of ethics violations. 
  • Discuss examples of multiple relationships. 
  • Examine important areas to consider regarding boundaries.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with components of informed consent including HIPAA


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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Course Objectives:
  •     Explore ethical and legal standards in counseling
  •     Discuss different codes of ethics (APA, ACA, AAMFT)
  •     Discuss the principles supporting and informing ethical codes (i.e. beneficence)
  •     Identify steps in ethical decision making
  •     Define, identify and discuss how to deal effectively with transference and countertransference issues
  •     Identify stressors in the profession and burnout prevention techniques
  •     Clarify personal values and their effect in a counselor's work
  •     Discuss the role of spiritual and religious values in counseling
  •     Identify cultural values and assumptions in therapy
  •     Identify the characteristics of a multiculturally competent counselor
  •     Explain the purpose of informed consent
  •     Identify Counselor's Responsibilities in Record Keeping
  •     Identify ways to reduce malpractice liability
  •     Define and explain the conditions for maintaining confidentiality, privilege and privacy.
  •     Explain HIPAA regulations and what they mean to counselors

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http://allceus.com

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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives:

  • Explore practice management issues for mental health professionals
  • Define ethics in terms of attending to consumer's biopsychosocial needs
  • Discuss how to individualize treatment
  • Identify four types of motivation
  • List the components of SNAP to be strengths, needs, attitudes and preferences
  • Identify boundary issues in small communities and recovery communities


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Contact Hours: 4


Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC


Course Objectives:

  • Explore ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Explain the difference between ethical and legal guidelines
  • Identify causes of ethical stress
  • Discuss the Un-Ethics mantra
  • Identify the areas in which professionals must be competent


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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives:

  • Explore practice management issues for mental health professionals
  • Explain the reason for ethical codes
  • Present multiple methods for analyzing ethical problems
  • Identifying lying or B.S.
  • Define different types of ethics
  • Learn about compassion stress and compassion fatigue


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Contact Hours: 30

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives:

  • Explore ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Learn about different codes of ethics (APA, ACA, AAMFT)
  • Learn about the principles supporting and informing ethical codes (i.e. beneficence)
  • Identify steps in ethical decision making
  • Define, identify and discuss how to deal effectively with transference and countertransference issues
  • Identify stressors in the profession and burnout prevention techniques
  • Clarify personal values and their effect in a counselor's work
  • Discuss the role of spiritual and religious values in counseling
  • Identify cultural values and assumptions in therapy
  • Identify the characteristics of a multiculturally competent counselor
  • Explain the purpose of informed consent
  • Identify Counselor's Responsibilities in Record Keeping
  • Identify ways to reduce malpractice liability
  • Define and explain the conditions for maintaining confidentiality, priviledge and privacy.
  • Explain HIPAA regulations and what they mean to counselors
  • Learn the laws and procedures to follow regarding the duty to warn and duty to protect children and vulnerable others
  • Discuss confidentiality as it relates to HIV and AIDS related issues
  • Define and identify the different types of dual relationships
  • Discuss the consequences of sexual relationships with clients
  • Identify other types of potential boundary issues besides dual-relationships (i.e. gifts, bartering etc.)
  • Identify the counselor's responsibility in dealing with suspected dual relationships
  •  Discuss how professional competence is determined and what the bounds of competence mean
  •  Discuss client's needs and treatment individualization
  •  Discuss issues in consultation and supervision of counselors
  •  Articulate a counseling stance
  •  Identify ethical and unethical uses of diagnosis
  •  Explain ethical standards in couples and family therapy
  •  Discuss confidentiality, privilege and privacy issues in couples and family therapy
  •  Identify ethical issues in group work
  •  Discuss ways to try and ensure confidentiality in group work
  •  Identify ways to effectively use techniques in group
  •  Discuss the value of nonlicensed workers
  •  Understand the value and roles of community mental health programs
  • Identify the types of involuntary commitment and ethical implications


Bibliographic Information: Corey, G., Corey, M., Callanan, P. (2003) Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions:Sixth Edition. Bissell, L., Royce, J. (1994) Ethics for Addition Professionals


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Contact Hours: 10

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives: 
  • Explore professional organizations and associations
  • Discuss Ethics of Online Counseling and Prevention
  • Examine CRCC Code of Ethics
  • Examine ACA Code of Ethics

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Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Objectives:

  • Examine ethical and legal standards in counseling
  • Review basic ethical principles
  • Familiarize student with new CRCC code of ethics
  • Reviews Rehabilitation Counseling Codes of Ethics as they are being developed in conjunction with the ACA


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Note: This is not preapproved through CRCC, but conforms to CRCC standards, 30,000+ words and 20 questions on the exam.