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SUPERVISION WORKSHOP SERIES: Legal and Ethical Issues in Supervision, Presented by Michael Griffin, LCSW, JD, CAMFT Staff Attorney - 6 CE Credits

Workshop Description:
This workshop focuses on several key legal and ethical issues in supervision, including: The legal and ethical duties of a supervisor; scope of competency/scope of practice; The supervisor-supervisee relationship; supervisor/ supervisee boundaries; identifying and resolving conflicts with supervisees; The use of agreements with supervisees; supervision in agency settings; supervision in private-practice; employing interns; advertising and disclosure requirements; handling fees and insurance; documentation and record-keeping requirements; and, termination/end of internship issues. This six-hour course may be used to fulfill a portion of the requirements for becoming a CAMFT Certified Supervisor and provides six hours of continuing education in supervision or six hours of continuing education in law and ethics (the six hours can be counted toward the attendee’s supervision continuing education requirements or the attendee’s law and ethics continuing education requirements, not both.)

Level of Learning - Intermediate

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the workshop Supervisors will be able to:
1. Recognize where to find the relevant statutes, regulations and ethical standards that apply to supervision with marriage and family therapist interns, associate clinical social workers and professional clinical counselor interns;
2. Appropriately guide supervisees regarding the legal and ethical aspects of advertising and required disclosures;
3. Appropriately guide supervisees regarding the legal and ethical aspects of confidentiality with minors, couples and families.

$99 Members / $109 Non-Members