The American Counseling Association produly offers this FREE online professional development course on LGBTQ-affirmative counseling competencies. This introductory course (lessons 1-5) is produced in collaboration with the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) and made possible through a grant by PepsiCo Foundation.
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Distance delivery of mental health services is growing in popularity and evidence-based support. However, many mental health professionals are baffled by the details of providing ethical services. Participants will use ethical codes and best practices to determine how to set up telebehavioral health services, including counseling and supervision.
The content will focus on the ethical and legal practice of telebehavioral health. Specifically, participants will
Heather C. Hamilton, PhD, LMHC, NCC, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Self-Employed. New Path LLC
Presenter: Debra Sturm, PhD, LPC
Moderator: John P. Duggan, EdD, LPC, LCPC, LSATP
Dr. Sturm is an Associate Professor at James Madison University in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Her clinical specialties include trauma, community violence, and family systems. She has graduate coursework, training, and teaching in environmental advocacy, environmental education, climate resilience efforts, environmental justice, and communication strategies. She is a member of ACA’s Climate Crisis Task Force and Human Rights Committee. She received the 2013 SACES Award for Outstanding Teaching.
The American Counseling Association is proud of, and committed to, the legacy of volunteer leadership in professional associations. We are deeply invested in supporting the volunteer leaders who serve.
In order to maintain consistency, achieve objective results, encourage healthy organizational norms, AND provide the support needed by our dedicated volunteers, ACA has prepared a series of training on-demand webinars on subjects related to volunteer leadership.