Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
Clinicians are constantly faced with ethical and professional issues related to their practice. These issues often require that clinicians re-examine how their life experiences and values affect the therapeutic process. Practitioners are challenged by questions regarding confidentiality, cultural sensitivity, competence, boundaries, multiple relationships, and client/counselor rights. These ethical and/or legal issues are tremendously important to those who provide individual, group, or family counseling, whether as a supervisor, consultant, or a counselor doing community work. This workshop will assist participants in developing the critical skills necessary for ethical decision making and for understanding various levels of ethical practice. Use of real-life case studies and role-playing will provide the participants with opportunities to practice effective strategies to bring about positive outcomes for themselves and their clients.