Ethics and the Law
Reaching for Peace of Mind
Presented by Sandy Morgenthal, PCC-S, CCFC, RN
Friday, December 6, 2019
Being more familiar with legal and ethical requirements for safe practice reduces therapists’ stress level and promotes well-being for all involved in the process. All good therapists want to practice within the law and be ethical in all they do. Feeling supported is an important aspect of good care. Confidence is enhanced when clinicians know their state laws and ethical codes that govern practice. This course is designed to help therapists grow in their knowledge of what law and ethical codes say about the use of ethical decision-making models, professional record-keeping, and media-based technology.
- Recognize legal and ethical considerations in the practice of therapy
- Identify the role of ethical decision-making models in ensuring client safety
- Understand the purposes and procedures of accurate record keeping
- Be familiar with risks in media-based technology
Facilitator: Sandy Morgenthal, PCC-S, CCFC, RN
Sandy Morgenthal is a licensed professional clinical counselor, supervisor, (LPCC-S) a clinically certified forensic counselor, (CCFC) and a registered nurse. (RN) She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, (BSN) and of Xavier University with a master’s degree in community counseling. (M. Ed.) She has taught on a variety of topics relevant to the practice of counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy. She has provided this educational service on local, state, and national levels.
3 CEUs for Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists
3 Ethics CEUs for Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists have been applied for.
CSWMFT Board Approval #RCST091801
$60 for Licensed Counselors
$48 for Clergy and Students
10% Discount for 3 or more from one agency