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     Telemental Health Supervision: Clinical and Ethical Considerations

    LPCA Headquarters  3091 Governors Lake Dr, #570  Norcross, GA 30071
    Date: Friday September 21, 2018
    Start time:10:30 AM
    Contact Hours:
    3 Ethics and Telemental Contact Hours

    Early Registration Cost:
    September 21, 2018 / $50
     
    Walk-In Cost at Gate:
    September 21, 2018 / $65

    Telemental Health Supervision: Clinical and Ethical Considerations

    Presenting a one-day, three-hour Telemental Health supervisory ethics conference, to provide the mental health clinician with a powerful learning experience for addressing emerging challenges to clinical supervisory practice from electronic modes of communication with clients and the emergence of distance modes of counseling.  This program fulfills the requirements for 3 hours of training in Telemental Health Supervision under Composite Board rule 135-11.


    Conference cost:      $50.00 pre-registered   

    $65.00 at the door
     

     Approvals:

     

    3 ETHICS / Telemental contact hours of continuing education will be approved by the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of GA

     

     

    Conference Agenda (10:30 AM to 2:45 PM with breaks, 3 Contact Hours in ethics and Telemental Health Supervision

     

    This conference will address:

    1) Guidelines for privacy and e-communication under HIPAA, the HI-TECH ACT, and the Final Omnibus Rule of March 2013.

    2) The legal, ethical and technical challenges to the protection of client privacy and confidentiality when conducting supervision via distance communications formats

    3) Challenges to the maintenance of clinical best practices in supervision when conducting supervision via distance communication formats

    4) How to secure supervisee compliance with ethical practice guidelines based upon gaps in knowledge and skills, resource insufficiencies, motivational challenges and inadequacies in terms of systems and structures for managing ethical dilemmas and the ethical decision making process. 

    5) Application of best practices in ethical decision making to complex ethical dilemmas in the use of Telemental Health and Teleconferencing based supervision

     

    Conference Agenda:

    •  Introduction to the relationship of law to ethical practice, best practices in ethical decision making, and best ethical decision models.
    • Introduction to GA Composite Board Rule 135-11 and implications for licensed mental health clinicians and supervisors in GA.
    • Introduction to guidelines for privacy and e-communication under HIPAA, the Hi-Tech Act, and the Final Omnibus Rule of March 2013.
    • Legal, ethical, and technical challenges to the protection of client privacy and confidentiality when providing mental health services and supervision via distance communication formats.
    • Overview of elements of clinical best practices in providing mental health services and clinical supervision using distance communication formats.
    • Understanding the key ethical information that must be transferred as part of the supervisory process with regard to HIPAA, the Hi-Tech Act of 2010, the Final Omnibus Rule of March 2013, and the new culture of social media and e-communications

    About your trainer:

    Charlie Safford, LCSW is the founder and President of yourceus.com, Inc., a knowledge company that works with professional organizations such as LPCA and NASW GA to provide continuing education curriculum to social workers, professional counselors and other mental health clinicians nationwide. He has over 30 years of experience as a clinician, consultant, and coach, with over 20 years of experience developing and delivering best practices training programs for business and mental health audiences.

     

     

    Refund Policy: There will be a $25 cancellation fee for all refunds. No refunds will be given for cancellations within five (5) business days prior to the workshop date.