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Supervision Workshops

Supervision, Documentation and Freedom: 6 HR NBCC Approved Ethics
12/18/20, 9:00-4:30 in Atlanta, 
*Webinar Only*

I developed this workshop to address industry trends of increased supervisor responsibilities, board disciplinary actions taken against APCs, and help with selecting a competent supervisor--so it includes something for everyone. Learn a 3-Step Supervision Interview process that dramatically reduces worry and supervision anxiety and simplifies documentation.

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Course Objectives

1) Participants will demonstrate knowledge of a thorough 3-step supervision application process.
2) Participants will learn a system of proactive documentation that simplifies 

documentation of supervision sessions. 
3) Participants will demonstrate abilities to reduce anxiety about providing ethical and safe supervision.
4) Participants will learn a solid and ethical rationale and system for knowing what and how to document supervision.

Covid-19 and Other Out-of-State Practice: What's Legal and Ethical
Fri , 12/11/2020, 11a-1pm, Nationwide Webinar

Are COVID-19 emergency practice across state lines regulations permanent? Did the federal government relax practice across state lines? Did Georgia relax practice across state lines? Are states beginning to reverse their COVID-19 emergency Policies?

For 7 years I wrote, interpreted and enforced Georgia licensing board rules and law. This 2 NBCC Ethics Hour webinar provides information you are not likely to find anywhere else. You will interact with licensees from around the nation. It is the result of years of interaction with state counseling board officials on telemental health rules and law. Can you deliver telemental health across state lines?

The short answer is practice in any state without a license is illegal. However states are streamlining interstate licensing and capabilities to deliver telehealth through various legal and regulatory means. Come and learn more.

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Workshops You Won't Find Anywhere Else

"This workshop answered questions I've had about the industry for 20 years." Richard Blankenship LPC, Capstone Counseling Services.

"I wish I had taken this workshop when I was initially licensed." - Tamara Ashley LPC

“ Excellent information. This should be a required ethics workshop for all clinical staff and supervisors." Ira Bennett, LCSW.

" The information was broken down in a way that was clearly communicated and easy to understand." Shaniqua Harmon LPC

"Excellent presentation...allowed me to understand how to practice mental health in other states..." Sylvia Torres, LPC

"I feel less anxiety about documentation."- Bryan Stephens LPC

"Gave me the knowledge I need to actually provide clinical supervision in an ethical an organized manner."- Kelly Michaud LCSW

"...the least torturous ethics training I've attended." - Jaclyn DeVore

"Far more practical in application than other ethics workshops." -

"This workshop was very informative, and even though I have attended a number of ethics workshops, I learned a lot from Eric. Eric was also interesting and kept my attention! I definitely plan to attend one of Eric's workshops in the future!" - Susan Gulley LPC, Department of Veterans Affairs

APCs: Learn LPC Requirements In 90 Minutes or Less
Friday, 6/19/2020, 11a -1pm
Webinar

Frustrated with not getting answers about how to get licensed? Whether you're an LPC CPCS or ACS supervisor or LPC/LAPC, you should know those Georgia LPC licensing requirements inside and out. I discovered a method for teaching them in 90 minutes. Learn--and even memorize them--at this webinar. Download a copy of Georgia Composite Board Rule Chapter 135-5, bring a pen and paper and be ready to go.  

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Ethics and Boundaries

Anatomy of a Boundary Crossing and Dual Relationships: Ethics
Friday,1/29/21, 9:30-4:00 in Atlanta
*Webinar Only*

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Attendees have included licensees mandated by the Composite Board to meet requirements for having suspensions lifted. It's that good...and totally unique. It is based upon my complaints investigations experience that practicing outside your area of expertise, bartering, violating confidences of colleagues, addiction and even client advocacy can all result in dangerous boundary violations and dual relationships. Let me prove it to you. 20 full Case Examples to fully illustrate this so you can mentally scan your caseload and quickly make needed adjustments. 5 NBCC Hours.

Course Objectives:

1) Teach you techniques to protect your clients, protect yourself and retain your privilege to practice.
2) Learn to apply a system for analyzing boundary management problems and dual relationships.
3) Learn to apply this system across all of your clients.

Your Presenter: Eric Groh LPC CPCS ACS ICGC II
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During his appointment to the Composite Board, Eric made formal judgements on over 200 licensing board complaints against Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists and processed over 7000 APC/LPC applications. Participants enjoy Eric's relaxed and lighthearted presentation of serious material and how this non-threatening approach promotes a consciousness of ethics across the profession. He specializes in dissociative disorders and addiction in his Atlanta private practice. Eric has provided consulting services to state and federal agencies on Gambling Addiction and Hurricane Disaster Relief. He is founder and president of the non-profit Georgia Council on Problem Gambling.

*All workshops are approved for social workers, marriage and
family therapists and professional counselors*

Understanding the Composite Board Complaints Investigations Process- Updated: Ethics

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For many years this has been my flagship workshop. It always gets high ratings and if you are in search of a workshop focused on helping you keep your license and stay out of trouble with the Georgia Composite Board, this is the one. Most importantly, it will help you protect your patients from yourself.

Course Objectives:

1) Demonstrate understanding of the process of composite board complaints.
2) Through a line by line analysis of Rule Chapter 135-7 demonstrate an understanding of how composite board ethics are applied.
3) Gain an understanding of how clinical situations can deteriorate into
disciplinary action.
4) Participants will learn how to quickly and accurately resolve ethical dilemmas.

Telemental Health- After the Dust Settles: Ethics

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Coming soon! Digital and virtual counseling is rapidly advancing. Every system has vulnerabilities and points of exploitation of information. HIPAA compliance does not cover the irreconcilable dilemmas of treating clients via the web. I will forward theories on what might constitute safe and ethical telemental health in the future.

Course Objectives:

1) Participants will learn to develop a simple and safe system that
protects the client and your license.
2) Demonstrate understanding of the impact of electronic interactions

on telemental health risk.
3) Demonstrate understanding of low risk and safe electronic communications.

Ethics and DSM V: Diagnosis and Comprehensive Assessment of Perceptual Disturbance

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This unique approach to training mental health professionals in diagnosing focuses upon a factor common in all mental disorders: perceptual disturbance. Disturbance in perception is a cornerstone of diagnosing accurately. This continuing educational training also helps participants determine how to ethically and empathetically discuss patients' diagnoses. This approach will enable clinicians to identify a range of mood, substance use, and functional disorders of perception and psychosis.

nbcc approved continuing education provider georgia

Eric Groh LPC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6921.  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Eric Groh LPC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.