Ethics: Participants will be able to protect clients and themselves in high risk clinical circumstances. Supervision: Participants will be able to provide clinical supervision in high risk circumstances.
Lecture, Power Point Presentation, Handouts, Case Presentation, Case Discussion, Bibliography
This workshop is intended for intermediate to advanced levels of practitioners who wish to maintain awareness of ethics, and perform clinical supervision, in high risk clinical circumstances.8:20 to 10:00 I: What Constitutes High Risk? a. Suicide/Homicide
Participants will be able to state what constitutes a high risk clinical circumstance and what is different about high risk circumstances.
Participants will be able to describe how to protect clients and themselves through their charting and their personal demeanor.
Participants will be able to describe an ethical decision making model for high risk clinical circumstances.
Participants will be able to state 3 supervisory roles and 3 supervisory skills for use in high risk clinical circumstances.
Participants will be able to state numerous supervisory models for use in high risk clinical circumstances.
Participants will be able to describe how to guide supervisees through the management of high risk clinical circumstances.
8:20 to 10:00
1: What Constitutes High Risk?
c. Domestic Violence
d. High Conflict Divorce
II: What is Different About High Risk Situations?
III: What Guidance do National Associations and State
a. NASW, ACA, APA, AAMFT, NAADAC, CRC Ethics Codes
b. State Board Rules & Regulations
10:00 to 10:10 Break
10:10 to 11:30
IV: Protecting the Client/Protecting Yourself
b. Personal Demeanor
1. Personal Presentation
2. Engaging & Interacting With Clients
3. Setting & Managing Boundaries
4. Coping With Counter-Transference
V: Decision Making
c. Rules & Regulationsd. Client Expectations
11.30 to 12:20 Lunch
12:20p to 1:50p
I: Supervisory Roles and Responsibilities
II: Supervisory Skills
a. Managing Process
b. Managing Conceptualization
c. Managing Personalization
III: Supervisory Models
a. The No-Model Model
b. The Apprentice – Master Model
c. The Expert Model
d. The One-Size-Fits-All Model
e. The Therapist as Patient Model
f. The Parallel Process Model
g. The Interactional Model
h. The Relationship Model
i. The Developmental Model
j. The Holistic Model
1:50 to 2:00 Break
2:00 to 3:30
IV: Teaching Specific Knowledge & Skills for High Risk Circumstances
V: Guiding the Supervisee Through Management of High Risk Circumstances
VI: Guiding the Supervisee Through Management of Counter-Transference in High Risk Circumstances
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