MFT, PCC, AND ASW LAW AND ETHICS EXAMINATION TRAINING IS NOW AVAILABLE!

   If are you preparing to take the MFT (Includes PCC's and ASW's) Law and Ethics      Examination and want…

 A sense of what is on the exam

    Strategies to maximize passing the exam

  Knowledge of Law and Ethics

    Know how to study for the exam

  Online or In Person trainings

 Ongoing support

        Mock Exams

              Choose Online Training or In-Person Training

IN-PERSON TRAINING:

Come join one of our training groups. Our In-person trainings meet 4 hours every Friday for three weeks. We focus on the what, why, and how of passing the MFT (includes PCC and ASW) Law and Ethics Examination. These are systematic weekly trainings that will assist you in strategizing, studying, and relaxing into the exam. We will go through exactly what the BBS Exam Outline is looking for. We cover CAMFT, NASW, and ACA Ethical codes. We have practice questions and scenarios that will stimulate what you have already learned! If you join an In-person training you have the support of others in the group that may be experiencing the same anxiety and anticipation as you. Don’t do this alone, come join us! 

WHEN: Next In-person 3-week class begins Friday Jan 24, 2020 10a to 2p.

We will meet: Jan 24th, Jan 31st, and Feb 7th 2020. 

WHERE: HOPE Counseling Center 1430 Alhambra Blvd Ste 200, Sacramento, CA 95816 or 1528 Eureka Rd Ste 101 Roseville, CA 95661 (will determine which works best)

COST: $250 for 3 weeks (4hrs per week) if paid in advance click here 

Register now and receive a $50 discount! Use code: IWILLPASS

WHAT WE WILL COVER:

Confidentiality, Privilege, and Consent

Limits to Confidentiality/Mandated Reporting

Legal Standards for Professional Practice

Professional Competence and Preventing Harm

Therapeutic Relationship

Business Practices and Policies

OBJECTIVES:
  • Understand the legal mandates for confidentiality and exceptions to confidentiality

  • Identify holder of privilege and comply with legal requirements regarding the disclosure of privileged information

  • Identify rules and guidelines when working with minors

  • Knowledge of laws that define scope of practice and scope of competency

  • Recognize dual relationships that may harm client and/or the therapeutic relationship

  • Follow laws pertaining to informed consent, fee, disclosures

  • Evaluate when consultation is needed and how to protect client’s information

  • Explore therapist’s values, beliefs, and attitudes to prevent interference with the therapeutic relationship

  • Understand boundary crossings vs boundary violations

  • Recognize and attend to crisis issues while minimizing impact on the therapeutic relationship

  • Recognize reasons for termination while offering consistent care if applicable

  • Learn new advertisement rules for licensed and pre-licensed clinicians

  • Understand laws for record keeping

  • Knowledge of ethical guidelines and mandates when engaging in telehealth services

  • Understand ethical guidelines when working with research participant

  • Access rules and guidelines within the supervisor/supervisee relationship 

ONLINE TRAINING:

We know how busy your life is. Study when and where is convenient for you! We will focus on the what, why, and how of passing the MFT Law and Ethics Examination. These online materials will assist you in strategizing, studying, and relaxing into the exam. There are recordings and material that follow the BBS Exam Outline so that you have what you need at your fingertips. We have mock exams and scenarios that will stimulate what you have already learned! We have a hypnotherapy MP3 to minimize anxiety and promote success! 

COST: $200 for Online training (access to material for 3 months) click here

or send check payable Darlene Davis, 1528 Eureka Rd Ste 101, Roseville CA 95661. Please feel free to email or call if you need accommodations or have questions. Email: dardav2@gmail.com     phone: 916-248-2436

No refunds once class begins. Full refund minus $25 administrative fee if requested prior to 1st class.

Register now and receive a $50 discount! Use code: IWILLPASS

WHAT WE WILL COVER:

Confidentiality, Privilege, and Consent

Limits to Confidentiality/Mandated Reporting

Legal Standards for Professional Practice

Professional Competence and Preventing Harm

Therapeutic Relationship

Business Practices and Policies

OBJECTIVES:
  • Understand the legal mandates for confidentiality and exceptions to confidentiality

  • Identify holder of privilege and comply with legal requirements regarding the disclosure of privileged information

  • Identify rules and guidelines when working with minors

  • Knowledge of laws that define scope of practice and scope of competency

  • Recognize dual relationships that may harm client and/or the therapeutic relationship

  • Follow laws pertaining to informed consent, fee, disclosures

  • Evaluate when consultation is needed and how to protect client’s information

  • Explore therapist’s values, beliefs, and attitudes to prevent interference with the therapeutic relationship

  • Understand boundary crossings vs boundary violations

  • Recognize and attend to crisis issues while minimizing impact on the therapeutic relationship

  • Recognize reasons for termination while offering consistent care if applicable

  • Learn new advertisement rules for licensed and pre-licensed clinicians

  • Understand laws for record keeping

  • Knowledge of ethical guidelines and mandates when engaging in telehealth services

  • Understand ethical guidelines when working with research participant

  • Access rules and guidelines within the supervisor/supervisee relationship 

 

 

 

 

WHEN:  TBA

WHERE: HOPE Counseling Center 1430 Alhambra Blvd Ste 200, Sacramento, CA 95816

COST: $250.00 covers both days.

WHAT WE WILL COVER:

 Confidentiality, Privilege, and Consent

Limits to Confidentiality/Mandated Reporting

Legal Standards for Professional Practice

Professional Competence and Preventing Harm

Therapeutic Relationship

Business Practices and Policies

OBJECTIVES:
  • Understand the legal mandates for confidentiality and exceptions to confidentiality

  • Identify holder of privilege and comply with legal requirements regarding the disclosure of privileged information

  • Identify rules and guidelines when working with minors

  • Knowledge of laws that define scope of practice and scope of competency

  • Recognize dual relationships that may harm client and/or the therapeutic relationship

  • Follow laws pertaining to informed consent, fee, disclosures

  • Evaluate when consultation is needed and how to protect client’s information

  • Explore therapist’s values, beliefs, and attitudes to prevent interference with the therapeutic relationship

  • Understand boundary crossings vs boundary violations

  • Recognize and attend to crisis issues while minimizing impact on the therapeutic relationship

  • Recognize reasons for termination while offering consistent care if applicable

  • Learn new advertisement rules for licensed and pre-licensed clinicians

  • Understand laws for record keeping

  • Knowledge of ethical guidelines and mandates when engaging in telehealth services

  • Understand ethical guidelines when working with research participant

  • Access rules and guidelines within the supervisor/supervisee relationship 

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Here's what some participants said ...

​"The training was outstanding! Darlene Davis provided a breadth of knowledge in an interactive format that allowed for group critical thinking and sharing. What a blessing for all of us 'guinea pigs' preparing for the new Law and Ethics exam."

"With the changes to the upcoming testing procedure I have come uncertainties. Prior to this class, I experienced anxiety regarding these unknowns. Upon completing the class; however, I feel secure in what I know and have gained insight into the intricacies of the law and ethics that are essential to our profession.

Thank you so very much for your knowledge and time!!"

"This is a wonderful training. A great opportunity for learning in an intimate environment."

FACILITATED BY:

Darlene Davis is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She is the Executive Director for HOPE Counseling Center where she supervises trainees and associates. She has been teaching masters level students in counseling for over 13 years and loves guiding clinicians through legal and ethical issues they may experience. She is known as “the one to go to” in the Sacramento area for Law and Ethics information. She is currently serving on the CAMFT Ethics Committee and is a CAMFT Certified Supervisor. She is an Expert Consultant for the Board of Behavioral Sciences. She also has a successful private practice where she serves individuals, couples, and families in living the life they desire. 

Visit my website at www.darlenedavismft.com

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