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In private practice or plan to be? This seminar is designed for you.

Ethics trainings in counseling and behavioral health don’t have to be boring or tedious. Through an interactive and enjoyable small-group format this training presents a practical process of ethical decision-making (the Multiple Perspective Model) that is both effective and applicable to any situation. A variety of the timely and critical private practice issues will be discussed. A few examples are:
• understanding risk & private practice vulnerabilities
• relationships & conflicts with other clinicians
• technology issues such as cloud-based practice management systems
• referral streams and related
• boundaries with clients (including social media)
• more
Various clinical vignettes specifically tailored to private practice issues will be used to equip participants with tools that will build competence/confidence and decrease anxiety. Those who have participated in this seminar in the past have often remarked that they found it to be very useful and even fun. Come join us!

When: February 28, 2019, 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Where: Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN
Seminar speaker:
Terry Casey, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, HSP

Continuing education: This seminar provides 6 CEUs (Lipscomb University is a pre-approved provider of continuing education for LSCWs, psychologists & LPEs, LPC/MHSPs, LMFTs & LDACs in Tennessee.

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Future Seminars
March 13 — Ethics and Minors: Navigating Challenging Issues
April 19 – Ethics and Technology: Navigating Issues in Counseling