LPC Ethics CEU Atlanta | Avoiding Board Complaints

“Eric Groh’s ethics workshop was the best ethics CEU that I’ve attended.”- Seasoned Atlanta LPC. "This workshop answered questions I’ve had about our industry for 20 years.- Richard Blankenship LPC Sexual and Relational Recovery… "I wish I had taken this workshop when I was initially licensed.” – Tamara Ashley LPC Rapid Resolutional Therapy…  "the least tortuous ethics training I’ve attended.”- Jaclyn DeVore APC

LCSW, LMFT and LPC Ethics CEU
Atlanta Locations

Your Presenter: Eric Groh LPC CPCS NCGC II;
Former President; Composite Board of PC, SW and MFT’s
Clinical Supervisor and Advanced Ethics Consultant

5 Ethics CEUS for counselors in Georgia


  • “I’ve received a letter from the Composite Board asking for information or to appear at the board offices- now what?”
  • “What is a consent order?”
  • “What is the Board process for investigating complaints?
  • “How do I know when I am violating the law versus violating our ethics? Which government entity enforces our practice law? How should I handle unethical practice of peers?

The bottom line for all of us is how do we avoid ethics complaints and not lose our licenses? Ethics courses I have completed have not answered these questions. Have the opportunity to ask questions about our practice law and rules and learn much more from a former Composite Board president who processed over 7000 LAPC/LPC applications and investigated over 200 complaints against SW, PC, and MFT. Participants will work in small groups and learn to think like investigators. Prior participants appreciate Eric’s eagerness to share his experience and the non-threatening yet impacting manner in which he greatly simplifies ethics.

About Your Presenter

While on the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Eric processed over 200 licensee complaints and 7000 LAPC/LPC applications. He has provided consulting services to state and federal agencies on Gambling Addiction and Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief. He is President of the non-profit Georgia Council on Problem Gambling and has an Atlanta-based private practice. Eric specializes in gambling addiction, trauma and dissociative disorders.

Course Objectives:

1) Participants will develop investigative skills required to make determinations about ethics violations.

2) Participants will learn to greatly simplify ethical dilemmas.

3) Participants will develop analytic skills required to quickly process ethical dilemmas.

Who Should Attend? Anyone interested in or practicing psychotherapy in the state of Georgia including individuals licensed by the Composite Board and non-licensees who want to know whether they are engaging in unlicensed practice. Agency administrators and supervisors interested in learning more about how the state regulates the practice of their employees. View Other Workshops.

lpc ethics ceus atlanta georgia

Where?

Druid Chase Office Park
2801 Buford HWY NE Atlanta, Georgia 30329
“T” Floor Training Room