In-Person Ethical Training for Arizona Clinicians
Friday November 6th, 2020 @ Arizona's Children Association 3636 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85012 8th Floor Training Room
Course Description and Objectives:
A three-hour in-person training developed and presented by the Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic team and co-sponsored by Arizona's Children Association. This training is focused on ethical considerations for behavioral health professionals in Arizona. The training will address common concerns regarding documentation and dual relationships. Attendees will be provided with information regarding best practices, Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners rules and regulations, as well as professional Code of Ethics addressing said considerations.While this course is designed with the continuing education requirements of the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners in mind, it is important to note that acceptance of continuing education hours is at the discretion of the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners.
This course will focus on the following domains and objectives:
- Attendees will be able to identify Arizona statutes and rules which apply to ethical considerations when providing behavioral health services.
- Attendees will gain confidence in ethical decision making through discussion and exercises in recognizing ethical dilemmas.
- Attendees will discuss and practice appropriately documenting ethical considerations that may arise when providing behavioral health services.
- Attendees will identify resources applicable to themselves for ethical decision making.
- Activities and exercises to engage attendees in implementing concepts discussed.
The Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic Training Team is comprised of Doctorate and Masters level clinicians independently licensed as Marriage and Family Therapists in the state of Arizona. As leaders and trainers in the therapy field who have specialized training in working with relationships, our clinical training team is passionate about high quality education services and fostering the development and growth of clinicians. Our Clinic team members have 10+ years’ experience in providing clinical training and continuing education to behavioral health clinicians and have presented information on children, individuals, couples, and families at local, national and international conferences. The clinic training team members provide clinical supervision in Arizona, and they currently work with intern-level and associate-level supervisees as they pursue independent licensure. In addition to providing online and in-person continuing education trainings, members of the Clinic training team also continue to meet with clients and practice therapy in the private practice setting. The Clinic team provides therapy to individuals, couples, and families in Arizona with both in-person and teletherapy services. Some members of the Clinic team have also served as elected officials for the Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and teach for clinical graduate programs.