Law & Ethics in Clinical Supervision: A Deeper Look
09:00AM - 04:00PM
Supervision, much like mental health and social services practice, has the potential for ethical dilemmas arising from power dynamics, cultural issues, and conflicts between codes of ethics and laws. This course advances supervisors’ critical thinking about the legal and ethical issues faced in providing clinical supervision. Topics include: ethical decision making, ethical supervision practices, the ethics of culturally competent supervision, supervisory competency expectations, dual relationships. Material will be covered through lectures, discussions, and vignettes.
This course meets the requirement for those who supervise MFT Interns and Trainees, and PCC Interns.
This course can be applied to the requirement of 15 contact hours for those who supervise ACSWs.
This course is strongly recommended for Psychologists who supervise ACSWs, MFT Interns and Trainees, PCC Interns and pre-doctoral Interns (PhDs & PsyDs).
This course meets the Law and Ethics requirement for Psychologists, LCSWs, MFTs, LPCCs and LEPs.
Pleasant Hill Campus
- Room TBD
Friday, September 14, 2018
**Course previously scheduled at the Berkeley campus. Will now be located at Pleasant Hill, CA.**
APA, CAMFT, BRN
100 Ellinwood Way Pleasant Hill, CA 94523