April 11, 2014
CE’s 6 APPROVED FOR ETHICS
Description of program:
Curriculum includes ethical and legal issues in supervision; regulatory issues including Ohio laws, including supervision laws/rules, professional standards, credentialing processes; route of reporting ethical violations, confidentiality and maintaining professionalism, professional boundaries and how supervision can help clinicians maintain ethical/legal standards.
Presenter: Paula J. Britton, Ph.D.
Dr. Britton is a professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at John Carroll University in Cleveland, OH. She is a licensed psychologist and a PCC-S, with over twenty years of diverse clinical experience. She has given over 100 local, state, and national professional presentations and workshops in the areas of supervision and ethics and has numerous publications in the area. Questions may be answered by emailing: email@example.com, or phone 216-397-1710.
April 9, 2014
1.5 CEs offered. This evening presentation is the first in the series Clinical “Problem” Patients from a Psychoanalytic Perspective held by Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. Karl Stukenberg, Ph.D. will describe psychoanalytic views on handling clinical dilemmas and problems. The presentations be followed by discussions. Dr. Stukenberg is Chair and Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology at Xavier University, and Faculty Member of the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. Register by April 2, visit www.cps-i.org/spring-series.
The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds
1 CE Hour
David Brent, MD
Academic Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics & Epidemiology
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
April 5, 2014
5 CEs. So much of daily life is driven by invisible psychic forces, archaic agendas, and imperious admonitions and prohibitions, all the more powerful because they operate unconsciously. Presenter: James Hollis, PhD, Jungian Analyst, Author and Lecturer.
See website for more information, to view flier (http://www.jungcentralohio.org/Flyers/Hollis_201404.pdf) and/or to register.
April 4, 2014
2 CEs. So much of daily life is driven by invisible psychic forces, archaic agendas, and imperious admonitions and prohibitions, more powerful because they operate unconsciously.
Presenter: James Hollis, PhD. Jungian Analyst, Author & Lecturer. Early registration fee avail. See flier for more details or to register see www.jungcentralohio.org
3 Ethics CEs. This course will provide a brief overview series and rationale behind boundary maintenance and provide clinical guidance for therapists to maintain flexible and effective boundaries. A survey of common boundary violations and how to avoid them will also be explored. The presenter will be Douglas Beech, M.D., a Columbus psychiatrist with over 20 years of clinical experience.
April 3, 2014
6 CEs (3 Ethics, 3 General).
This workshop summarizes the controversies over DSM-5, the changes from DSM-IV-TR, the role of ICD codes and the ethical use of the manual in light of all the changes. Supervision issues discussed will include training therapists to move between ICD and DSM, HIPAA transition plans for ICD codes which are required by 10/1/14, and how to stay focused on quality client care while living through the transition from DSM-IV-TR. Learning Objectives: Upon conclusion of the program, participants will be able to: • Articulate the strengths and weaknesses of the DSM approach • Teach supervisees how to deal with the ambiguity that goes along with a new diagnostic system • Explain the relationship between the ICD and the DSM • Articulate to supervisees the complexity of the diagnoses in DSM-5 • Describe the changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5
Instructor: Elliott Ingersoll, Ph.D., is a psychologist and licensed clinical counselor in Ohio. He is professor of Counseling in the CASAL Department at Cleveland State University. He has authored or co-authored four books and over thirty articles and book chapters on topics as diverse as integrating Integral theory into training mental health professionals, psychopharmacology, and spiritual approaches to counseling.
Dr. Ingersoll consults with Integral Institute as a trainer in the Integral Psychotherapy program and as co-director of the Integral Psychology Center. He has studied and practiced Eastern and Western spiritual and physical practices. He is a founding member of Integral ReSource Group, a private consulting firm offering psychotherapy, coaching, and corporate consulting.
Registration deadline: Thursday, March 27, 2014
April 2, 2014
The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds
1 CE Hour
Kenneth Yeager, PHD
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Director of Quality, OSU Harding Hospital
Program Director Clinical, OSU STAR Program
Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University
March 28, 2014
Description: This workshop is an introduction to hearing, seeing, and responding like a Gestalt practitioner. Through a series of exercises, participants will experience becoming fully present in the here and now and experience the difference in the impact they have using Gestalt principles.
Lynne M. Kweder, MPA, LSW, BCC formerly GIC’s executive director, is an independent consultant, primarily to nonprofit and public organizations. Her interests include working with organizational change, leadership development, strategic planning and structuring, development of boards of trustees, and race and multicultural relations.
Deadline for Registration: March 27, 2014
3 CEs (Ethics credit).
Younger clients and community-based clients are seeking online contact with mental health care providers at an increasing rate. Online media offer the promise of increased efficiency and effectiveness of therapeutic services, supervision of trainees, and peer consultations. However, they also present risks to both client and professional. In addition to the practical concerns about the security of the technology and the problems with misunderstanding of any text-based communications, there are uncertainties about the effectiveness of these innovative interventions (especially when used in the absence of fact-to-face contact). The diligence with which mental health professionals protect client confidentiality and conduct appropriate informed consent is also an area of concern.
This workshop explores the ethical and legal responsibilities of mental health professionals in use of technology for treatment, follow-up, peer consultation, and supervision experiences. Current standards, guidelines, and regulations will be analyzed and applied to vignettes drawn from practice, along with discussion and response to questions by Dr. Welfel.
Instructor: Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel, Ph.D., Training Co-Director in Counseling Psychology and Professor at Cleveland State University, has been teaching graduate students in counseling and counseling psychology for more than 30 years. Dr. Welfel has authored numerous articles on the ethics of professional practice and her book, Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Standards, Research and Emerging Issues, is in its fifth edition. Along with Dr. Elliott Ingersoll, she has co-edited the Mental Health Desk Reference. Her other books include The Counseling Process (with Patterson) and Using Test Data in Clinical Practice (with MacCluskie and Toman). She has co-edited an APA Press book entitled, The Duty to Protect: Ethical, Legal, and Professional Considerations for Mental Health Professionals. She has conducted numerous continuing education programs on professional ethics. Dr. Welfel received her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1979 and has been a licensed psychologist in Ohio since 1986.
Registration deadline: Friday, March 21, 2014