Private Practice: The Ethics and HIPAA of Technology

Private Practice: The Ethics and HIPAA of Technology

Aug 15, 2018

Pricing
Member:  $29.00
Non-Member:   $49.00

*Counselors requiring New York State approval must contact ACA upon completion to obtain customized CE certificate*

Technology offers new and efficient tools to help practitioners work with clients. Whether you’re opening new channels of communication, seeking to understand client interactions, or providing services entirely online, technology is now integral to professional counseling. As professional counselors and educators use more and newer technology, it's important to understand standards of practice, ethical and legal implications. In this webinar, Counseling Today’s Tech Tutor, Rob Reinhardt, gives an update on prominent technologies - including email, texting, and distance counselor (telehealth). Learn how the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics and laws, such as HIPAA.

Learning Objectives:
In this webinar participants will:

  • 1) Understand how HIPAA and technology affect one another.
  • 2) Learn best-practice tips to remain HIPAA compliant while using technology in a practice.
  • 3) Review HIPAA standards and legal implications.

Available CE Credits:
1.00 – Clock Hour 
1.00 – NBCC
1.00 – CRCC
1.00 – New York
1.00 - Ohio

Package Dates Price
Private Practice: The Ethics and HIPAA of Technology - Event Aug 15, 2018 Standard: $49.00
Members: $29.00
The Counselor as Expert Witness or Witness of Fact

The Counselor as Expert Witness or Witness of Fact

Sep 19, 2018

Pricing
Member:  $29.00
Non-Member:   $49.00

*Counselors requiring New York State approval must contact ACA upon completion to obtain customized CE certificate*

Medical and mental health professionals are increasingly being called into court to testify. The ethical conflict these situations create can be difficult to navigate while also in a treatment relationship. In this webinar, participants will learn how to work with their attorneys to navigate these difficult situations ethically, and legally.

Learning Objectives:
In this webinar participants will:

  1. Learn the difference between the terms “expert witness” and “fact witness.”
  2. Understand some of the major differences between criminal and civil law proceedings and how they are relevant to counselors and other mental health professionals.
  3. Learn how to handle subpoenas in civil vs. criminal actions and what to do when served with a search warrant in a criminal case and/or when an investigator shows up, demanding information.

Available CE Credits:
1.00 – Clock Hour
1.00 – Ethics
1.00 – NBCC
1.00 – CRCC
1.00 – New York
1.00 - Ohio

Package Dates Price
The Counselor as Expert Witness or Witness of Fact - Event Sep 19, 2018 Standard: $49.00
Members: $29.00