Learning Objectives


Legal and Ethical Dilemmas and Challenges in Clinical Supervision 6 CE

  1. Participants will learn the importance and purpose of the Professional Codes of Ethics, Georgia Composite Board, CPCS, NAADAC and ACA in the supervisory process.
  2. Participants will gain insight on common dilemmas and challenges of the supervision process.
  3. Participants will learn/review and implement the steps of problem solving with workshop case studies using the professional codes of ethics for discussion.
  4. Participants will leave workshop with a risk management mindset for their supervisory process.

Providing Supervision for High Risk and Core Agencies Supervisees  6 CE

  1. Participants will learn pertinent terminology associated with crisis interventions
  2. Participants will learn with understanding the professional vicarious liability involved in clinical supervision
  3. Participants will gain insight on a key component of crisis intervention during supervision as stated in the Georgia Composite Board, ACA, and CPCS code of ethics.
  4. Participants will learn role of supervisor during a crisis intervention and management steps in providing crisis intervention and brief treatment along with supervisee
  5. Participants will learn how to utilize crisis intervention as a teaching tool during clinical supervision with supervisees

Building a Strong Foundation for Clinical Supervision 6CE

  1. Participants will gain insight on the definition of supervision and process as directed in the ACA, Georgia Composite Board and CPCS Professional Code of Ethics.
  2. Participates will learn the roles as well as the models of supervision, which can be utilized by supervisors during the supervisory process.
  3. Participants will learn the important of customizing their supervisory process that is most effective for supervisor, supervisee, and meets requirements of supervision and ensure wellbeing of supervisee’s client as directed by the Professional Code of Ethics. (Group activity)
  4. Participates will learn and gain insight on component, which are to be covered in the supervisory process.

Effective Methods and Models for Clinical Supervision 6CE

  1. Participants will be introduced to the major and key components the supervisory process
  2. Participants will learn the different models of supervision and selecting the best fit.
  3. Participants will gain insight guidelines of suggestion provided in the ACA code of Ethics Section F (F.d and F.9 Evaluation and Remediation), CPCS guides for supervisory process.
  4. Participants will learn methods, techniques and approaches of supervision 
  5. Through group discussion and activity participant will observe the necessity in having congruency and set-plan of action for effective supervision.

Providing Supervision for High Risk and Core Agencies Supervisees 6 CE

  1. Participants will learn pertinent terminology associated with crisis interventions
  2. Participants will learn with understanding the professional vicarious liability involved in clinical supervision
  3. Participants will gain insight on a key component of crisis intervention during supervision as stated in the Georgia Composite Board, ACA, and CPCS code of ethics.
  4. Participants will learn role of supervisor during a crisis intervention and management steps in providing crisis intervention and brief treatment along with supervisee
  5. Participants will learn how to utilize crisis intervention as a teaching tool during clinical supervision with supervisees

Ethics Centered Clinical Supervision   3 CE

  1. Participant will learn the benefit associated with using the Professional Code of Ethics as a text book material for the supervisory process.
  2. Participants will learn how to integrate the Professional Codes of Ethics as the Central focus of the supervisory process.
  3. Participants will gain insight on the benefits of utilizing the Georgia Composite Board and CPCS code of ethic in problem solving and decision-making in the supervisory process.

Mindfulness in Clinical Supervision 3 CE

  1. Identify the definition of mindfulness and what practices develop mindfulness. 
  2. Identify the benefits of the effect of mindfulness on supervisor and supervisee. 
  3. Identify and understand the roles of the supervisor and supervisee with the use of mindfulness during the supervisory process. 
  4. Understand the relationship between therapists' mindfulness and psychotherapy outcome based on the research to date.

The Ethics of Starting & Maintaining a Successful Private Practice 5CE

  1. Participants will learn the necessity in keeping Ethics as the central focus of private practice planning and using the ACA and Georgia Composite Board Professional Codes of Ethics as blueprint guidelines.
  2. Participants will learn basic start-up legal and ethical considerations such as necessary license, NPI, TIN and structural considerations in formulating private practice identity.
  3. Participants will enhance their knowledge of completing CAQH and insurance credentialing with ethical considerations.
  4. Participants will learn requirements by Georgia Composite Board associated with providing Telemental Health counseling services (135-11).
  5. Participants will examine the professional code of Ethics regarding practicing within your area of competency.
  6. Participants will learn information regarding ethical documentation and needed forms for private practice. 
  7. Participants will learn things to consider when selecting an EMR (Electronic Medical Records) platform for private practice. 
  8. Participants will gain insight on the benefits of peer supervision and/or consultation in while operating solo in a private practice. 
  9. Participants will gain insight on professional responsibility section as outlined in the professional code of Ethics regarding self-care and wellness.

Counseling Our Military: Active Duty, their Dependents and Veterans

  1. Participants will learn the unique military culture and life style. 
  2. Participants will gain insight on the importance of multicultural competence when providing counseling services to the military population.
  3. Major and common mental health issues and challenges for youth, couples, families and veterans.
  4. Participants will learn effective approaches, techniques and strategies in counseling the military population.
  5. Participants will be introduced to several beneficial resources for counseling the military population.

*Clinician’s Professional & Personal Preparedness for COVID-19 Duration and Aftermath (*$10.00 registration refund discount of any past participants of my workshops)

  1. Participants will gain valuable insight on the professional responsibility of self-care, competence and how it relates to compassion fatigue. 
  2. Participants will gain enhanced knowledge on the issues and challenges of COVID-19
  3. Participants will learn the progression cycle of issues and challenges, which leads to major environmental mental health issues and challenges in the home, school, community and workplace.
  4. Participants will learn the common mental health areas of focus during and aftermath affects COVID-19.
  5. Participants will discuss case scenarios with common mental health issues and challenges of COVID-19.

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9:00 am-1:00 pm 1st & 3rd of the month

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