Ethics, Legal, and Professional Identity

  • 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
    $90.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives

    • Review the following, highlighting some of the most common areas for violation including: sexual misconduct, violation of confidentiality, procedures for terminating practice, receiving kickbacks
      • Florida Statutes
    • Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)

    $9.00 for 90 days
  • 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
    $9.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives
    • Explore professional organizations and associations
    • Discuss Ethics of Online Counseling and Prevention
    • Examine CRCC Code of Ethics
    • Examine ACA Code of Ethics
    $30.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives
    • Define Risk Management and Disaster Management
    • Explore why risk and disaster management are an ethical imperative
    • Describe the different types of risk and potential ways to mitigate it
    • Describe the disaster awareness and planning process
    • Learn about how different disasters can impact individual practitioners, agencies and recovery residences
    • Explore ways to mitigate risks in disasters
    • Identify the steps in the disaster planning process
    • Explore how disaster and risk management intertwine to ensure continuity of client care and agency solvency
    $9.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives
    • Revised Code of Washington: Chapter 18.205 RCW
    • Washington Administrative Code: Chapter 246-811 WAC
    • Chapter 19.68 RCW Rebating By Practitioners of Healing Professions
    • Chapter 18.130 RCW Regulation of Health Professions – Uniform Disciplinary Act
    • RCW 26.44.030 Abuse of Children and Adult Dependent Persons
    • Chapter 34.05 RCW Administrative Procedures Act
    • Chapter 42.56 RCW Public Records Act
    • Chapter 70.02 RCW Medical Records-Health Care Information Access and Disclosure
    • RCW 70.225.020 Prescription Monitoring Program
    • Chapter 74.34 RCW Abuse of Vulnerable Adults
    $18.00 for 90 days

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